Monthly Archives: May 2012

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D’accord. C’est moi C’est Jacques. As In Akana Iumola, Jacques Akana Iumola, Jacques Joseph Akana Iumola, and Le Mode Jacques

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Really: though.

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There’s a front-page story in the New York Times about the possibility that a right-wing super PAC will launch a racially charged attack against President Obama centering on his relationship with the dreadful Rev. Jeremiah Wright. This is the campaign that John McCain famously, and honorably, refused to launch in 2008. I suspect it probably would have been devastating but not definitive: Obama probably would have won, in any case, having proved his chops to the country by his calm and smart reaction to the financial crisis. But would it work now?

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SO Why bother an ailing government with what we learned when you really can’t complain you were NOT on benefits longer then the majority of your party has been in office?

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A rash of news stories have been published this week examining how the GOP will handle things if the Supreme Court votes next month to overturn the Affordable Care Act. Amazingly, they all leave out the single most important and obvious impact a court rebuke would have. Hint: It’s not about Republicans.

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