Scott Galupo


October 2010


Ezra Klein's Unserious Attack on the GOP Obamacare Stance

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Lord knows I’ve had my share of criticism of Republicans and the public’s lack of seriousness about deficit reduction, but here I have to stick up for the GOP.

In a post about Republican efforts to undermine market confidence in Congress’s ability to control debt, Ezra Klein writes:

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TAGS:
health care
Obama, Barack
Pelosi, Nancy
health care reform
Republican Party
deficit and national debt
Reid, Harry
Congress

The Public Is as Uninformed as Palin on Obama's Tax Cuts

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In her Facebook response, conveniently titled “The Credibility Gap,” to President Obama’s State of the Union address in January, Sarah “The Lightbulb” Palin wrote: “He claims that he cut taxes, but I must have missed that.”

As anyone whose business it is to know such things should have known,

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TAGS:
economic stimulus
Facebook
2010 Congressional elections
Congress
2012 presidential election
taxes
Palin, Sarah
Democratic Party
Obama, Barack

Carter and Obama: The Same Damn Thing Repeats Itself

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History isn’t “one damn thing after another.” It’s the same damn thing after another.

Sunday afternoon, on orders from my 6-year-old to fetch something from the attic, I noticed, peaking out from under one of the haphazardly scattered studs that function as gangways, the yellowed corner of a ...

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TAGS:
Carter, Jimmy
Reagan, Ronald
Obama, Barack
national security terrorism and the military
energy policy and climate change
oil
economy
Democratic Party
Kennedy, Ted
deficit and national debt

The Line Between Culture and Economics Is Disappearing

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We’re beginning to see the contours of a new era in American politics: The once-bright line between so-called social issues and economic ones is blurring to the point of invisibility.

On my way to listen to a bunch of heathens play rock-and-roll at Washington, D.C.’s 9:30 Club Monday night, I ...

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TAGS:
Obama, Barack
deficit and national debt
government
recession
economy
Christianity
national security terrorism and the military

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