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Friday, May 28, 2010

Rundown Daily - Questions about Sestak

The egObama Administration is accused of offering command of the US Navy to Joe Sestak if he would drop out of the primary race against with a more reliable voting record, the far leftist Arlen Specter.

Its safe to say Mr Obama has control of a large segment of the "liberal" press.

Weirdly, on MSNBC's Morning Joe, Joe Scarborough took on NBC's Political Director and Chief White House Correspondent Chuck Todd. Stammering Todd appears to see nothing wrong with bribing a candidate with your money and safety, so that candidate will drop out of a political race. Scarborough tried to get to the truth pretty well.

Mr Todd tried for moral equivocation, saying the Bush Administration did it. Mr Scarborough correctly pointed out the Bush Administration did not do anything like this. Mr Todd's slithering is pretty impressive.

Link to video.


Questions about Obamanomics

America's economic indicators are down for the month, as bad as they were in August 2009. Everything the Administration has done has been at best of no effect. Since we haven't gotten the bill yet, more likely everything the Administration has done is wrong. Very wrong.

Mr Obama promised change. Economic change will be hard. Hard on the rich, hard on the poor, and hard on us in between. The only people change won't be hard on is Mr Obama and his cronies.


Economic dislocation

"It's no longer a question of staying healthy. It's a question of finding a sickness you like."

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