Tag: GOP

Republican party and Tea Party: Languages differ but coughs are the same

Filed in Current affairs, GOP, Politics by on February 1, 2011 0 Comments
Republican party and Tea Party: Languages differ but coughs are the same

The Republican party and the Tea Party are like two viruses in the same petri dish; one is virulent and the other attenueted, but they both are still viruses. The latest polls suggesting that ninety percent of Republicans want the Tea Party to play a role within the GOP shows that the Tea Party and the Republican party […]

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Republicans waste time on symbolic bill to repeal Obamacare: If you waste time, surely time will waste you.

Filed in Current affairs, GOP, Politics by on January 21, 2011 0 Comments
Republicans waste time on symbolic bill to repeal Obamacare: If you waste time, surely time will waste you.

The US House of Representatives voted to repeal Obamacare. It was a symbolic vote by the Republicans to fulfill their campaign promises. Knowing that this bill cannot succeed, they certainly hope for a miracle to happen. What a waste of time and energy.  Clearly there is a  difference between rhetoric and reality. The Republican party has […]

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Speaker of the House Role Transitions from Pelosi to Boehner: It takes a season for a snake to change into its new skin

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on January 6, 2011 0 Comments
Speaker of the House Role Transitions from Pelosi to Boehner: It takes a season for a snake to change into its new skin

It is official now, John Boehner is the speaker of the House of Representatives. Despite political differences, anybody can learn a simple lesson of life from this man. The emotional GOP leader is an inspiration. He came from a modest family to be where he is today. We wish him the very best in serving his country.  […]

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Fight over Obamacare coming or not? If the fight is tomorrow,why then clench your fist today

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on January 3, 2011 0 Comments
Fight over Obamacare coming or not? If the fight is tomorrow,why then clench your fist today

Before the newly elected lawmakers are even sworn in, the GOP has shown signs of a future fight with the White House. Campaign promises and reality are two different things. The Tea Party candidates’ campaign slogan was the repeal of “Obamacare”. It seems to be a top priority for Republicans. I am still very curious, based on the structure of the […]

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Changes in the White House: Choose your fellow traveler before you start on your journey

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on December 27, 2010 0 Comments
Changes in the White House: Choose your fellow traveler before you start on your journey

A new year means new people in the Obama administration. The political environment will not be favorable for the US president as of January. It is unclear if the President’s bi-partisan approach to pass important legislation in December will continue for the next two years. The Presidential election is coming in 2012. Each political party has its own […]

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President Obama achieving more with Republicans: Happy is a man who goes hunting for rats and catches an elephant

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on December 23, 2010 0 Comments
President Obama achieving more with Republicans: Happy is a man who goes hunting for rats and catches an elephant

After a big loss in the mid-term elections, President Obama, who has changed his attitude toward his political opponents in the Republican party, is achieving more in the few weeks before the Republican party takes control of the House of Representatives. He has chosen to basically to go it alone, against his own political party, negotiating with […]

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Democrats need to be more assertive: He who is unable to dance blames it on the stony yard

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on December 9, 2010 0 Comments
Democrats need to be more assertive: He who is unable to dance blames it on the stony yard

After winning the extension of low tax rates for the rich known as the Bush tax cuts, the GOP is setting the tone in Washington. Now, they are claiming that there is no time left to debate and vote on the defense authorization bill, which includes the repeal of the discriminatory law “don’t ask, don’t tell.” What […]

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Murkowski wins Senate race: Any dead fish can flow down the river, but it takes a live one to swim back up stream

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on November 18, 2010 1 Comment
Murkowski wins Senate race: Any dead fish can flow down the river, but it takes a live one to swim back up stream

Lisa Murkowski has won the Republican Senate seat in Alaska, beating Tea Party Express candidate Joe Miller. Her write-in bid for the US Senate has been criticized by her opponents after her loss in the GOP primaries. Joe Miller’s loss is a shared loss for him and Sarah Palin. Palin and Murkowski seem to have bad blood […]

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Democrats need to do some self-analysis: A man who is trampled to death by an elephant is a man who is blind and deaf

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on November 8, 2010 0 Comments
Democrats need to do some self-analysis: A man who is trampled to death by an elephant is a man who is blind and deaf

The Democrats are recovering slowly from their bad dream. Critics have said that the Democrats were out of touch with reality. For sure, the expectations of the American people are too high. There is no way even a Republican president could have fixed the economy in two years. The president has accepted his share of responsibility. President […]

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GOP making big promises: Thunder is not yet rain

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on November 6, 2010 0 Comments
GOP making big promises: Thunder is not yet rain

There is a difference between dream and reality, night and day, rhetoric and actuality. After the GOP wins in midterm elections, there are already signs that the political arena is going to become a circus. It seems that the American people have given their hope and trust to the GOP out of desperation, not because […]

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