Daily Archives: January 21, 2010

Boxer now vulnerable, state Republicans say

By Bob L.  The way I see it!

These Democrats are so arrogant they think that this Country won’t survive with out them.

It sound like it is time to get rid of them all and put some one eles in that will be for the people like the Constitution says FOR THE PEOPLE BY THE PEOPLE, and PROSECUTE any one who thinks they don’t have to abide by it.
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By Josh Richman
Oakland Tribune
Posted: 01/20/2010 04:14:07 PM PST
Updated: 01/20/2010 11:32:27 PM PST

California Republicans say Scott Brown’s win in the Massachusetts special Senate election portends a conservative wave in November’s midterm elections, and electoral doom for incumbent U.S. Sen. Barbara Boxer, D-Calif.

But Democrats cite big differences between the Bay State and the Golden State, and Boxer’s challengers have a much tougher row to hoe than Brown did.

California Republican Party Chairman Ron Nehring asked Tuesday whether Democrats “will finally start listening to the American people, who want taxes lowered, the debt retired, and government out of the way; or if they will continue to let the most radical elements of their party continue to determine the direction of the country. With Scott Brown’s election, the opportunity to do the latter has just been cut short. Continue reading

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AP source: Obama seeks bigger banking restrictions

By Bob L.  The way I see it!

Is this just another slick trick to steer every one away from some thing else so he slide us into a one world Government before any one can find out.

Sorry HE has lied so much, you can’t trust any thing he says or does.
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AP
By JIM KUHNHENN, Associated Press Writer
01/21/10

WASHINGTON – President Barack Obama, eager to harness and redirect voter anger over bank bailouts, is ramping up his war on Wall Street.

Building on his own proposals and the work of the House, the president wants new federal government powers to limit the size and complexity of large financial institutions and to limit their ability to engage in high-risk trades.

Obama will make the announcement Thursday, a senior administration official said, in a bipartisan display aimed at capitalizing on the one issue in his agenda still standing after a devastating Democratic electoral loss in Massachusetts. Continue reading

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