Tag Archives: Bipartisanship

Murray Polner :
Bipartisan wars

(There’s no there there.) By Murray Polner | The Rag Blog | January 10, 2019 “Try to calm down, America. Whatever RussiaGate (and the Greater Middle East] ultimately turns out to be, it won’t be anything worth a single drop … finish reading Murray Polner :
Bipartisan wars

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Lamar W. Hankins :
Both Democrats and Republicans have it wrong

Once the Republicans tried to wrest back welfare reform as a political issue from Clinton, it was a race to see who could pander most successfully to the electorate. By Lamar W. Hankins | The Rag Blog | March 19, … finish reading Lamar W. Hankins :
Both Democrats and Republicans have it wrong

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Glenn W. Smith : Aristotle and the Cyberpoke

Photo of cyberpoke by Willie Pipkin / DogCanyon.Making real connections:Aristotle and the cyberpoke By Glenn W. Smith / The Rag Blog / January 6, 2011 Democratic political consultant and progressive Texas blogger Glenn W. Smith will be Thorne Dreyer’s guest … finish reading Glenn W. Smith : Aristotle and the Cyberpoke

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Marc Estrin : Tea For Two

Image from Twin Towers New York.Tea for two:Peradventures in duopoly capitalism By Marc Estrin / The Rag Blog / June 20, 2010 Many voices on the left complain about our “one-party” system, the Replutocrats, the entrenched and ubiquitous party of … finish reading Marc Estrin : Tea For Two

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Obama’s Change and the Bush Mess : Have We Forgotten to Remember?

Photo montage by Larry Ray / The Rag Blog.Remembering why we voted for change:The Bush mess and the blame game Eight years of Bush, Cheney, and the cynical political puppetry of Karl Rove, succeeded in driving a deep polarizing wedge … finish reading Obama’s Change and the Bush Mess : Have We Forgotten to Remember?

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Bush to Haiti : You’ve Got to be Kidding!

George Bush and Bill Clinton: a marriage made in Haiti.Back to the scene of the crime:Bush ousted Haiti’s Aristide, blew it with Katrina This is just the last straw for me with the phony baloney bipartisanship fetish. By Larry Piltz … finish reading Bush to Haiti : You’ve Got to be Kidding!

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Climate Bill : Morphing into a Monster?

“Acid Tar.” Image ©2009 ~Monster-Man-08.A John Kerry/Lindsay Graham production:Pro-nuke, pro-drilling, pro-coal ‘climate bill’ By Harvey Wasserman / The Rag Blog / October 15, 2009 Is the climate bill morphing into an excuse to promote fossil fuels and new nuclear power … finish reading Climate Bill : Morphing into a Monster?

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Bipartisan Deadlock : How Best NOT to Reform Health Care

Bypartisanship at its best: hammering out a plan that will deny health care to U.S. citizens.Congress deadlocked over how to not provide health care to American citizens Senate leaders Harry Reid (D-NV) and Mitch McConnell (R-KY) point to Congress’ failure … finish reading Bipartisan Deadlock : How Best NOT to Reform Health Care

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Killing Yourself with Kindness : Obama’s Bipartisan Kick

Killing Yourself with Kindness Despite the lies, the real insecurity that people feel, and the shameless Republican opportunism, health reform will be a loser for Obama and the Democrats unless this president can shake off his delusion that bipartisanship works. … finish reading Killing Yourself with Kindness : Obama’s Bipartisan Kick

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