Sunday, February 08, 2009


What does the whole of the Republican party want at this time. Mainly, POWER. Obama is in the way, so they attack. They lack a congressional majority so they clog the works. Reality is not on their side, so the try and clog the airwaves.

To this end, they try and scare any moderate from working for solutions, as bad as the solution may look from the left end.

Calling them wusses. Top GOP Strategist: Saving the economy through bipartisanship is for "wussy Republicans"

Turning to talk radio and Rush's army to do the dirty. The RNC begs for help on right wing talk radio

Plus they have got their new chairman out saying stupid things. Steele Address: Cut Taxes, Don't Spend, To Stimulate The Economy. Yeah, great idea. Keep using our ideas until things go bad. Then keep using our ideas until things are better. See our ideas are the right ones. Rinse and repeat.

Followed by the twit McConnell and his vow.
Mitch McConnell has released a statement saying that while he hasn't seen the full compromise plan, he has seen enough to say that Senate Republicans will still oppose it. ...

But now something more palatable.

An excerpt on jobs creation, noting what's going to happen in different states:

From the beginning, this recovery plan has had at its core a simple idea: Let's put Americans to work doing the work America needs done. It will save or create more than 3 million jobs over the next two years, all across the country – 16,000 in Maine, nearly 80,000 in Indiana – almost all of them in the private sector, and all of them jobs that help us recover today, and prosper tomorrow.

Jobs that upgrade classrooms and laboratories in 10,000 schools nationwide – at least 485 in Florida alone – and train an army of teachers in math and science.

Jobs that modernize our health care system, not only saving us billions of dollars, but countless lives.

Jobs that construct a smart electric grid, connect every corner of the country to the information superhighway, double our capacity to generate renewable energy, and grow the economy of tomorrow.

Jobs that rebuild our crumbling roads, bridges and levees and dams, so that the tragedies of New Orleans and Minneapolis never happen again.

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