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I Would Totally Vote For This, Too

56% of registered voters said they’d vote yes if their ballot included the option to replace every member of Congress. on.wsj.com/AmP6nU — Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) January 26, 2012 Me, too. Just as I said almost two years ago: If it were up to me, we’d toss out the president and every member of both […]

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Open Letter to my Twitter Friends re: Politics

Dear Friends That I Follow on Twitter, If I unfollow you sometime this year, please don’t be offended. It will probably have nothing to do with our friendship and everything to do with politics. I respect you and your opinions on politics, candidates, elections, and so forth; I’m just not interested in hearing about them […]

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Obama is scaring me

Dear President Obama, Can you please explain how you’ve managed to get 29 of your 32 picks correct so far in the NCAA men’s tournament? Like, do you watch that much college basketball every weekend? Don’t you have other, ummmm … Presidential things to keep you busy? As a college hoops fan, I should be […]

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I Can Identify With This

Interesting article on CNN tonight: Angry at government, voters may revolt in November, survey shows I’m not sure on the word “angry,” because that has all kinds of connotations, but I’m certainly somewhere between frustrated and angry. And definitely planning to vote, although I’m not at all optimistic that either major party is going to […]

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Health Care Reform & Leadership

Twitter has been a waste for the past 18 hours or so. Republicans are crying and Democrats are gloating, but to me both sides come out looking bad because politics and government shouldn’t be about one side winning and the other side losing. It seems to me that politics in the US has become just […]

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Ron Paul on Obama winning the Peace Prize

Ron Paul makes the case that liberals supporting Obama’s position on Iraq/Afghanistan/Pakistan is like conversatives supporting Bush’s expansion of government spending. “Sometimes we have to stand up for what is right and not be so narrow-minded in our partisanship.” Amen.

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