I thought the message was “jobs! Jobs!! JOBS!!!”?

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Economy Focus:: JOBs!!!

Question: If the ‘message sent by the public to Washington, DC was “jobs!, Jobs!, JOBS!”; then where are all these sidebar issues coming from?

And, If the Republicans are trying to link ‘tax cuts’ to job creation and the economy; then why was dealing with healthcare and the delivery system was not an important exercise in dealing with America’s debt?

According to Mr. Warren Buffett, in a Reuter’s story about Buffett: Health Care tapeworm drags on economy; health care costs suck up 17% of our GDP (Gross Domestic Product).  THIS SLOWS GROWTH of the economy!!!

On the other hand, Tax Cuts, especially for the rich, does nothing but add to the debt– and does not guarantee any job creation.  Read More

Where are the Mouthpieces & Wordsmiths?

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Ok, now is the time for the President (while he’s reaching out), to also reach out to the Democratic wordsmiths and mouthpieces like, Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, and the Former President, Bill Clinton.

For the past couple of years, they have been silent.  Maybe because the Whitehouse indicated, “We got this”.  Maybe there were ill feelings, malice, or even jealousy. Maybe the silence was because everybody was pursuing other interests.

Whatever the reasons, y’all need to get refocused [the Whitehouse ‘don’t got this’].  Read More

Quick Post:: President Subtly Tells the Rich to Suck It Up, No Tax Cut.


I just watched the weekly Presidential video  address.  The President is starting to make his case as to why the middle class should get a tax cut, but the rich/wealthiest 2% should not.  Watch video: http://www.whitehouse.gov/blog/2010/11/06/weekly-address-priorities-taxes

The message I got: “Uh… no tax cuts for the top 2% of the Wealthiest Americans…suck it up and drive on.”

I have recently heard the Republican tout about a message or mandate they think they have been given in the recent election on 2 November; but failed (for 2 years) to recognize the same mandate the Democrats had been given in previous elections of 2008 and 2006. Read More

The Latest in NASA Images

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It has been a while since I visited the NASA site.  I went there today and it look’s like they moved their images to a new location called: www.nasa.org .  They still have lots of great images and have incorporated new web tools that will allow you to work with the images a little on line.  Check the site for great space pictures.