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Originally posted on The Militant Negro™:
By Jueseppi B.         The Mumbo Jumbo:   The United States fiscal cliff refers to the effect of a series of enacted legislation which, if unchanged, will result in tax increases, spending cuts, and a corresponding reduction in the budget deficit at the end of 2012. These laws include tax increases…

Originally posted on The Last Of The Millenniums:
Everybody has the right and actually should be open minded enough to change their mind – from time to time. But for someone running to be President of the United States, to ‘change’ their mind on almost a weekly basis on something so importantly fundemental as out…

An excellent post from Blog of Rivals, which lays it all out for the Democrats who have lost their damn minds over the past week. The whole post is terrific, but this part really nails it: “Angry liberals are demanding that the president be more like us, when really we should be more like him. … Continue reading

Originally posted on BrabbleRabble:
Jon Stewart featured this clip of a speech by FDR on the Daily Show after picking apart the inconsistencies of Romney’s many claims. Romney says a lot of things without saying much at all. He will cut taxes 20 percent, reduce the debt and eliminate the deficit without really specifying where…

Originally posted on Bell Book Candle:
Mitt Romney (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Mitt‘s lies are full of S—T. That is a characterization of the content of his speeches, not of his person. To dramatize how Obama supporters view Mitt’s words, I propose that each of us mail a sample of Ex-Lax or equal to Mitt at this address:…

Originally posted on BrabbleRabble:
ALEC, or American Legislative Exchange Council, is a collaboration between politicians and corporations who work together to push forward legislation that benefits business (and fills campaign coffers). ALEC calls itself a “nonpartisan public-private partnership.” You may have heard that ALEC was influential directly involved in the passage of Stand Your Ground laws in states all…

Originally posted on Nursing Clio:
I am a child of Sesame Street.  My afternoons in daycare began with “Sunny days. Sweepin’ the clouds away. On my way to where the air is sweet. Can you tell me how to get, how to get to Sesame Street?” I had my favorite characters.  Oscar the Grouch made me…

Originally posted on My Ready Room:
In keeping with MoneyBooBoo’s insistence on discussing only the “important” things, the first debate in a nutshell: Happy Friday, folks.