Category Archives: 2012 Elections

Before you vote for your “Moderate” Republican

What the Republicans say in private and in public seem to be completely at odds lately. While pursuing the nomination of their party, or raising funds, they promise to overturn Roe v. Wade, to eliminate Obama Care, and to lower … Continue reading

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Romney’s Not Ready To Be President

Before the last week or so, I figured that Mitt Romney could only do so much damage if he wound up winning the election and becoming President of the U.S. I was wrong. Who would have imagined that someone who … Continue reading

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Why is Romney So Afraid to Release Tax Records?

As far as I can tell, Mitt Romney has never had any problem with the distribution of wealth in the U.S. He’s rich, and like too many rich people, he apparently believes that the rich deserve special treatment, that they … Continue reading

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Shame on the U.S. Supreme Court

In the original Citizen’s United Decision held that all political speech was created equal, and held that corporations and associations are no different from individuals. The failed to recognize that corporations exist only to make profit, they have no conscience, … Continue reading

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Opportunities Lost

Every election should be an opportunity for us to review the actual performance of our elected officials and compare that to the proposals made by candidates running against them. It should be a time of sober reflection and evaluation. Instead, … Continue reading

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