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Romney Takes Republicans Where None Have Gone Before – Off the Map

July 12, 2012


Republican politics in this country have undergone a paradigm shift and anyone who is not a member of the extreme right is now looking mighty irrelevant.  Such is Mitt Romney’s fate.  Even Sarah and  is blundering his way through the campaign.  In the process he has rendered himself laughable and out of touch with the […]

Apple And Google Fulfill Obama’s Dream: Gather The Same Collective Info Across Platforms

January 25, 2012


People unhinged about Google’s announcement that it will now begin to treat platforms in its purview such as Android, Google Search, G-Mail and YouTube as a single entity by merging information about customers of these units as a single source for information about an individual signed up for these services should turn their gaze to […]

Palin and the President – Tucson Tragedy Sees Them Continue Past Political Patterns

January 12, 2011

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Both Bill Maher and Hillary Clinton have seen the extreme right in the actions of Jared Loughner in the Tucson killings.  No one is waiting for his diagnosis. Many looking for the very roots of Loughner’s actions have looked to Sarah Palin and her use of hunting imagery that grows from her Alaskan lifestyle that […]

Pelosi Making it Hard for Dems to be Loved

February 28, 2010


1. In interviews over the weekend, Dame Pelosi dismissed the Republicans from the legislative process. They’ve had plenty of opportunity to make their voices heard,” she said on CNN’s “State of the Union” Sunday morning. “Bipartisanship is a two-way street. A bill can be bipartisan without bipartisan votes. Republicans have left their imprint.” [The Hill] […]