Day: February 22, 2010

Scott Brown Votes With Harry Reid On Jobs Bill

This should be interesting.... Scott Brown joins Dems and votes to end debate on jobs bill Newly-seated Republican Sen. Scott Brown (Mass.) on Monday joined Democrats in voting to end debate on their $15 billion jobs bill. Brown crossed the aisle after Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) nixed an $85 billion, bipartisan plan in favor of a more narrowly-focused bill. “I came to Washington to be an independent voice, to put politics aside, and to do everything in my power to help create jobs for Massachusetts families," Brown said in a statement. "This Senate jobs bill is not perfect. I…
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Glenn Beck, 2.22.2010: The Obamacare Plan

(Editor's Note:  I will continue to put up Glenn Beck programs for those of my readers who can no longer afford cable or do not have televisions - until you tell me to stop or Glenn does something more traitorous than what is currently happening in our government.  Yes, everybody is still trying to figure out what Glenn is doing...) Part 2: Part 3: Part 4, CPAC Highlights: Part 5, Not partisan enough: Part 6, Deficit of Trust, SEIU Andy Stern on Deficit Panel and ACORN transforming itself: Part 7, Quiz For America:
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Image Unravelling? Go Look At Produce

When in doubt about how bad you are tanking with the American public, go shopping with the first lady and look at lettuce. Bailout Anger Undermines Geithner WASHINGTON— Timothy Geithner's role in calming the financial crisis landed him the coveted job of Treasury secretary last year. That same résumé is now dogging him. In his next test, Mr. Geithner will find out this week how lawmakers are treating one of his main goals—revamping the nation's financial regulations—when Senate Banking Committee Chairman Chris Dodd unveils his new bill. In Washington, where perception can take on the status of fact, the political…
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Gordon Brown: “We Need A World Constitution”

Please listen to the entire 4 minutes; paying attention to words like 'progressive' and 'radical'.  Then keep in mind we fought a revolution to get away from these guys, and because we no longer have a president worthy of respect, the world is starting to burn.  How do you feel, as an American, taking orders from Gordon Brown? We should see social mobility as the modern route to social justice.  And we should devise together the radical measures that will massively accelerate the social mobility in our societies.  And fourth, with globalization, we have a unique chance to recognize our…
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