Monthly Archives: August 2010

We know we need to change direction!

60% of us, according to an AP GfK consolidated poll, are not happy with the direction in which our nation is heading. Check out the three August 11 – 16 polls that led to this 60% figure. Americans recognize that the … Continue reading

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Again, Lynn Woolsey, check your figures on public option savings!

In the post below  I discussed Lynn Woolsey’s blog post advocating hands off Social Security. In that short piece she added, There are many better ways to reduce the deficit, including introducing the public option into the health exchanges created by the … Continue reading

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“Social Security…has not contributed a dime to that deficit….”

On The Hill’s Congress Blog Rep. Woolsey wrote an entry last Friday (Aug. 27, 2010) demanding that Alan Simpson resign from the National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform (the presidential bipartisan group studying “solutions for the nation’s rising budget deficit and … Continue reading

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How Lynn Woolsey votes in Congress

If you’re looking for a one-page compendium on how Lynn Woolsey votes, separated by issue category, check out her On The Issues page. It was there for instance that I found out for the prior post about her vote against … Continue reading

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The Coming Tax Avalanche

In 2008 the above OMB-sourced graph made the rounds in blogs like Fundmastery. In a helpful summary of a Wall Street Journal article, “The Coming Tax Bomb”, Fundmastery noted what was expected to come when tax cuts in effect for ten years … Continue reading

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A good sign…

Let’s do what’s embedded in the color red: Retire Woolsey!  

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Debate! Debate! Debate!

Speaking of getting Lynn Woolsey and Jim Judd together in one hall for a debate before the people, it’s great to see a letter to the PD Editor on that exact subject today. Thanks for writing the letter, Hugh Fike! … Continue reading

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