Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Links on Obamacare, Chicago Politics, Liberal Press bias, Obama's Policies and other news of the day

Rod Blagojevich trial rattles insiders
Scary Chicago politics.... scary for the party in power.  Chicago politicians acting like Chicago politicians.  One pundit asked if this had anything to do with the recent visit over the Memorial Day weekend. If I find the link again I will add it.
From Michelle Malkin:
The Resurrection of Rod Blagojevich
From NRO Online by Jonah Goldberg:

In a Welfare State, How Much Is ‘Enough’?
That’s a question Democrats don’t tend to ask.
 
Stu Tarlow in The American Thinker blog:  
Don't be fooled by Obama's 'incompetence'
It is a tremendous mistake to think that the disaster in the Gulf of Mexico will help convince Americans of Barack Obama's incompetence. Obama's true agenda is so insidious that even his inability to handle a crisis serves his greater strategy.
From The American Thinker:
A Sneak Preview of the Ground Zero Mega-Mosque
By Stella Paul
 
From Investor's Daily:
Reversing A Mistake
Medical Care: Monday's headline from Reuters — "Soaring costs force Canada to reassess health model" — is a warning. In the not-too-distant future, the headline will be used again, except "U.S." will replace "Canada."
Howie Carr in the Boston Herald:
Barack Obama didn’t part the waters - he just made them dirtier
On the day of the memorial service for the 11 dead on the oil rig last week, Barack flew to San Francisco for a fund-raiser on behalf of the hideous Sen. Barbara “Botox” Boxer. It was held in a mansion owned by a member of the Getty family, of Big Oil infamy. And yet nary a word among the usual Ivy League pukes on MSNBC and in The New York Times [NYT].
An IBD Editorial:
Colombia Election Skunks The Media
 Elections: Loopy Green candidate Antanas Mockus was hailed in the press as Colombia's next president. But the voters had someone else in mind and stunned with Sunday's result. It exposed Mockus' rise as pure media hype.
Just a start on the day's news and opinions.

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