Ray Noble and the New Mayfair Dance Orchestra, Al Bowlly vocal – Poor Me Poor You (1933)


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King of Bain _When Mitt Romney Came to Town — Profits Over People.


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Rural Americans for Obama


Nurses for Obama


The Story of the Affordable Care Act: From an Unmet Promise to the Law of the Land


Republican Governors Quietly Accept Federal Dollars — While Attacking Federal Spending


Clockwise: Rick Perry of Texas,John Kasich of Ohio,Tom Corbett of Pennsylvania. and Chris Christie of New Jersey – SURE! THE STATES KNOW HOW TO MANAGE FEDERAL MONEY. SURE!

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BRIAN BEUTLER APRIL 20, 2011

Republican governors stormed into state houses this January after campaigning against federal spending, and various so-called state bailouts. They won in part by painting a slanted picture of fiscal mismanagement by their Democratic predecessors.

That rhetoric — and the rhetoric of their more senior Republican peers — continues to this day, and occasionally translates into genuinely puzzling acts of malgovernance. Florida Governor Rick Scott, for example, turned down $2.4 billion in federal funds to build a high-speed rail line from Orlando to Tampa.

But in other ways, their failure to publicly embrace additional federal commitments during tough economic times has left them behind the eight ball, politically. As the costs to their states of providing needed social services has risen, and their revenue has fallen, they’re looking for sub rosa ways to take the money without catching flak from their bases.

Shortly after taking office, Ohio’s new governor, John Kasich, spoke with his home state Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH). Kasich wanted to gently wind down a federal matching funds expansion, which was set to expire, and he wanted government help to do it.  FULL ARTICLE

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Nate Silver’s Forecast [Five Thirty Eight Blog]


“NBA DAILY” – STEVE NASH WILL BE A LAKER! – Sorry, New York


The GameTime crew examines what the Steve Nash deal means for the Suns, Lakers and the NBA.

The ED Show – Tea Party Congressman attacks war veteran


LOUD MOUTH JOE WALSH NEVER SERVED

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