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  1. says

    re Olberman – noted recently his habit of going after women – on things that seem gratuitous – He manages to make a Palin look sympathetic – He is insincere and it is obviously strange to see him look for excuses to take an interest in her life

  2. Comment says

    So now Newt is saying American Exceptionalness was our religious origins re 1776 – as opposed to the secular Europe. He doesn’t believe any of that – it’s all a roundabout way of hinting Obama is foreign. He is such a squalid dude.

  3. Comment says

    re Olberman – noted recently his habit of going after women – on things that seem gratuitous – He manages to make a Palin look sympathetic – He is insincere and it is obviously strange to see him look for excuses to take an interest in her life — Can one find an excuse to find fault in this somewhat dubious sounding Palin education scheme? Perhaps, but good taste means taking pass.

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2010/12/03/bristol-palin-strikes-back-olbermann_n_791478.html

  4. Comment says

    Clinton campaigned on middle class tax cuts in 91-92, then got in office and pretended to be surprised by the deficit and reversed himself with a modest tax increase. Obama got the politics all wrong – not even hinting at unpopular tax cuts for the rich, the getting realizing the tax cuts for the rich are even less needed, but then letting them happen. We hope he has something planned. A 2 year extension makes no sense – but depending on the economy in 2 years, may matter or not matter

  5. Dr Leo Strauss says

    AlanSmithee :

    What makes you think they don’t have a plan?

    Punting Bush’s top 1% wealth transfer 2 years down the road to the 2012 election cycle with 23 Democrats or independents up versus only 10 Republicans could be considered, one supposes, a plan. Just like promising Afghan windown in 2011 right in the middle of an election campaign, only now punted to maybe 2014, was once a plan.

  6. Comment says

    That Bennett aide who talked about filibuster reform probably never thought about losing the Senate and giving the gop license to change the rules as soon as they win. Can you imagine if the Dems pulled these filibuster stunts? The rule would be changed right away.

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