Monday, January 3, 2011
Friday, December 17, 2010
Rep. Grayson voted against Obama's capitulation to the Republican agenda to cut taxes on the wealthy in the name of slashing the deficit. This is why we support Rep. Grayson, unlike Obama, he is willing to fight for the policies that candidate Obama ran on. It turns out Obama lied to his supporters and didn't even take Democrats' concerns in crafting of his tax capitulation.
Wednesday, December 15, 2010
Tuesday, December 14, 2010
Well, concerns about the tax deal reflect realism, not purism: Mr. Obama is setting up another hostage situation a year down the road. And given that fact, the last thing we need is the kind of self-indulgent behavior he showed by lashing out at progressives who he feels aren’t giving him enough credit.
FireDogLake has an excellent analysis of what Obama's
compromise capitulation to the Republicans will cost people who have to work for a living. These American families are already having a hard time making ends meet and who usually vote Democratic.
Monday, December 13, 2010
That is the great thing about the Presidential candidate. You just need people committed to drafting the right person to show up at the national convention. To make that happen you need enough committed people to show up at the state and/or county conventions. To get to the county conventions it often boils down to convincing a couple of dozen of your neighbors to vote for you.