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From a poll concerning the utter fucking lack of public support for ObamaCare released May 24, 2010: The Political Class continues to be a strong supporter of the plan, however. While 67% of Mainstream voters believe the plan will be bad for America, 77% of the Political Class disagree and think it be good for […]

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2010-05-21 :: madlibertarianguy // Government
The 70/30 Nation

Arthur C. Brooks via The Washington Post: If we reject the administration’s narrative, the 70-30 nation will remain strong. If we accept it, and base our nation’s policies on it, we will be well on our way to a European-style social democracy. Punitive taxes and regulations will make it harder to be an entrepreneur, and […]

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2010-05-19 :: madlibertarianguy // Government + Tea Party
Apparently Neocons are Now “Centrists”

Gerald F. Seib via Captital Journal of The New York Times: Meanwhile, on the Republican side, the tea-party movement is pushing Republicans to the right en masse. Even in places where tea party-styled candidates don’t win, they are likely to force more-traditional Republican candidates off center ground to survive. In what fucking world can we […]

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2010-05-19 :: madlibertarianguy // Government + Rand Paul
On the Run

It appears that Americans Team Red and Team Blue alike want a clean sweep in DC.  Dan Balz and Chris Cillizza via The Washington Post: On a busy primary election night that put the political establishments of both parties on the defensive, Specter fell to two-term Rep. Joe Sestak. Elected five times to the Senate […]

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2010-05-17 :: madlibertarianguy // Government
Dear Political Class:

Can you spot the political disconnect?  For the sake of the American people, let’s hope not.  At least not before the mid-term elections.

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2010-05-16 :: madlibertarianguy // Government

I wonder when The Wall Street Journal is going to start choosing more applicable adjectives to describe voters?

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2010-05-13 :: madlibertarianguy // Government
The Pendulum Swings

Though I’m not sure it’s a good thing.  If it’s true, let’s just hope that those the American people choose are actually Republicans and not Republitards.

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2010-05-12 :: madlibertarianguy // Dumbassery

I don’t know about you, but my “political mood” certainly wouldn’t be described as churlish. I would say that “bellicose” may be more accurate.

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