Tag: Republicans

Insure The Heroes: To fight once shows bravery, but to fight all the time is stupid.

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on July 31, 2010 0 Comments
Insure The Heroes: To fight once shows bravery, but to fight all the time is stupid.

Have you seen Rep. Weiner of New York on C-SPAN, throwing arrows at the Republicans for refusing to support a bill to give healthcare to the American heroes of 9/11, of whom we all have applauded their courage? Have they all forgotten the patriotism that these brave men and women have shown to the world even […]

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US Democraty Needs to Learn From England: A book that remains shut, is but a block.

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs, Politics by on May 14, 2010 1 Comment
US Democraty Needs to Learn From England: A book that remains shut, is but a block.

The formation of a new coalition to lead England is a good lesson in democracy for the US. The US political system is broken. Two political parties — Democrat and Republican — do not give enough choice to the people. America needs a third political party that can swing the power of the Senate based on […]

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Christian Warrior Militia Accused of Terrorism: A crazy man can be recognized not by his words, but by his actions.

Filed in Current affairs by on March 30, 2010 1 Comment
Christian Warrior Militia Accused of Terrorism: A crazy man can be recognized not by his words, but by his actions.

Homegrown terrorism in the U.S. gets less attention than terrorism overseas. In reality, the United States is fighting a “silent war” against its own extremist groups. Here in the U.S., hate groups are growing like mushrooms. The latest militia group calls themselves “Christian warriors,” was plotting a war against the US government, and has Jesus […]

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Nancy Pelosi vs. The GOP: A pregnant woman is not afraid if you threaten her with what you made her pregnant with.

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on March 23, 2010 1 Comment
Nancy Pelosi vs. The GOP: A pregnant woman is not afraid if you threaten her with what you made her pregnant with.

Nancy Pelosi, Madam Speaker of the House, is the woman behind the success of the health insurance reform bill. She deserves a lot of credit for being so clever — for using a ruse with her political opponents and for leaving those watching the vote in suspense. As usual, the losers (the bitter ones who voted […]

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Opposing Health Care Reform: If you see evil and say nothing against it, you become its victim.

Filed in Current affairs, Politics, Strange stuff by on March 16, 2010 1 Comment
Opposing Health Care Reform: If you see evil and say nothing against it, you become its victim.

Health care reforms are close to becoming law in America. There is no hope of a bipartisan bill. What is the point of working together, if Democrats and Republicans suspect each other of playing politics? Americans, historically, are paranoid of any change to their health care system, even though it is certainly one of the […]

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Tea Party vs. Coffee Party: A narrow space looks wide to the narrow minded.

Filed in Current affairs, Politics, Strange stuff by on March 14, 2010 0 Comments
Tea Party vs. Coffee Party: A narrow space looks wide to the narrow minded.

America is in a middle of a political revolution. People are fed up with Democrats and Republicans and want to take their country back. After months of brouhaha made by the Tea Party, a new “political movement” is born: The Coffee Party. Only in America can you see such a thing. God bless America! Food […]

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Health Care Summit: An empty hand doesn’t kill a snake.

Filed in Current affairs, GOP, Politics by on February 26, 2010 0 Comments
Health Care Summit: An empty hand doesn’t kill a snake.

The health care summit organized by the White House ended as a fiasco. The Republicans and the Democrats could not reach an agreement about how to reform health care. It’s too early to say if the American public was more convinced by Obama‘s detailed exposition of policy or the Republicans’ same visceral argument in favor […]

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Democrats losing ground in Congress: Do not laugh at the fallen. You may find slippery roads ahead.

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on February 23, 2010 0 Comments
Democrats losing ground in Congress: Do not laugh at the fallen. You may find slippery roads ahead.

Indiana Senator Evan Bayh, a Democrat, is not running for reelection. He claimed that Congress is not operating as it should. While his decision is courageous, many see him as a quitter. Democrats and Republicans tend to blame each other for not achieving what the American people expect them to do: serve them. Quitting is not […]

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US Congress: A forest cannot be cut with a broken axe.

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on February 16, 2010 0 Comments
US Congress: A forest cannot be cut with a broken axe.

Republicans and Democrats are quitting the congress. Many of them have announced that they are retiring. The question is, why now? Two explanations are possible: the American people are waking up after long years in a “coma” and people understand better that the American political system is a system of pure corruption. Democrats and Republicans […]

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Tea party movement: Every head has its own kind of headache.

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on February 7, 2010 0 Comments
Tea party movement: Every head has its own kind of headache.

A political insurgency is happening in America via the Tea Party movement. It is unclear what are their aspirations. For sure, they appear to be a group of angry people who still don’t accept the change in America. There are no clear leaders of the movement. The movement is like a car running without a […]

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