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By Carole on Oct 6, 2011
In the latest act of a re-election campaign disguised as official duty, President Barack Obama held a news conference today. In both his opening statement and the majority of questions from reporters, the topic was the dismal US economy and job market and in what amounted to a series of not-so-mini-campaign speeches, he alternately attacked his political opposition and defended his attacks on his political opposition.
By Carole on Jul 24, 2011
As the national conversation over our debt reaches an almost screeching crescendo, we here at TalkingSides.com are taking a break to offer a brief respite from the chaos with these snippets of lyrical verse:
Congressional leaders are dealing
To raise the borrowing ceiling
The left wants more debt
The right says not yet
First get the economy healing.
By Carole on Jul 21, 2011
It had to happen sooner or later. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nevada) was finally right about something. In a speech from the Senate floor this morning regarding the ongoing debt crisis, Senator Reid declared, "I want everyone that can hear my voice to understand that time is of the essence. We are running out of time." He is 100% correct. President Barack Obama and his Congressional accomplices have less than two weeks before their threat of economic Armageddon is exposed as a lie of historic proportions.
By Carole on Nov 4, 2010
There was never any doubt that Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nevada) didn't get it, but Nevadans re-elected him anyway. Now, just two days after the historic election that saw Republicans take back the House of Representatives and make serious gains in the Senate, Senator Reid is still spouting the same divisive rhetoric despite the clear message voters across the country have sent.
By Carole on Oct 19, 2010
The buzz over the latest ad in the Nevada senate race centers on how current majority leader Harry Reid (D-Nevada) lives in a luxury apartment at the Ritz Carlton in Washington. But there is much more to the message than the catchy line, "Harry lives at the Ritz Carlton while thousands are losing their homes."