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BlogTalk Radio – Tonight 8pm (EST)

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Subject(s): The proverbial wheels are coming off the alleged scientific basis for AGW.  We’ll talk about that and about the prospects for Copenhagen and cap-and-trade (which has now been put off until at least spring).  And, of course, the debate on the Senate version of the health care bill has begun – Reid was able to muster 60 votes to bring the 2000+ page bill to the floor for debate, but will he be able to keep those 60 to invoke cloture?  That’s the question.  And, of course, joblessness continues rampant with another 500,000 filing first time claims.  The administration seems to finally be noticing that and has vowed to have a job summit.   In December.  Maybe.  That’s got to give you a warm fuzzy.

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3 Responses to BlogTalk Radio – Tonight 8pm (EST)

  • Hahaha. Forget “climate change,” or whatever the Chicken Little environuts are calling it now, because Copenhagen is dead, dead, dead, and The Clown™ couldn’t get it through the US Senate anyhoo.

    Nah, let us speak of The Clown™ and the growing dissatisfaction the American people have with this junior league inexperienced doofi elected a mere 12 months ago.

    Charlie Cook, who said just recently that he thinks only 20-25 seats will change hands in the US House, now is starting to sound like he doesn’t believe that anymore. He writes:

    “But that was before they were saddled with a sitting Democratic president who is beyond radioactive in their districts. History is history.”

    Radioactive? The Clown™? Tell me something different. In numerous states now, Jimmy Carter, Jr. is below 50% approval, including many of the states he won in 2008. If enough states that gave him victory peel off, he will be doomed for re-election in 2012. Not to mention that he takes down many Demmies with him, first in 2010 and then in 2012.

    Check out the polls, check out the reports, and see why the unemployment rate, the deficit, and The Clown’s™ own pathetic weakness in office will be the undoing of his entire party. Gallup has him at 49%.

    Senator Byron Dorgan is in trouble in North Dakota…over his stand FOR health care:
    Dorgan in trouble? He should be running 20 points ahead of any Republican. For him to be behind now, means that so much acid has dripped into the system that is crippling Demmies that even stalwarts like Dorgan could go down to defeat. Those numbers are a shocker, even to me.
    But remember this one, folks, from the dimwits at CNN:

    “CNN/Opinion Research Corporation survey released Friday morning indicates that 38 percent of the public blames Republicans for the country’s current economic problems. That’s down 15 points from May, when 53 percent blamed the GOP. According to the poll 27 percent now blame the Democrats for the recession, up 6 points from May. Twenty-seven percent now say both parties are responsible for the economic mess.”


    The Clown™ is doing for the GOP what Jimmy Carter did for us: usher in a decade or more of GOP WH control. And perhaps the Demmie majorities in the House and Senate as well, which would be a first, even for The Clown™.
    Mark my words.

  • Sorry for the dead link to the CNN story. Here it is now (and I hope this one works):


  • I thought AGW would be axed by the emails. Instead Yahoo news had TWO stories about Global Warming today! Maybe they are doubling down.