A real Hollywood tug of war will happen when "Atlas Shrugged" hits - - already
splitting down predicted political
UPDATE ON ITEM WE RAN ABOUT LEFT LOOKING
FOR SOMEONE TO RUN IN PRIMARY: MY COMMENT WAS ...Not so fast ripping the other side and its contenders Mr. Carter (Ted Kennedy), look at your own party....A new Zogby International poll shows even the left is drifting away from Barack Obama's side. Click here for details.
Here it is without the
pundits, columnists and the rest getting a hold of it and reworking it: All
Sides Blamed After Close Call on Government Shutdown..."Ridiculous" is the word
used most frequently to describe the budget negotiations that narrowly avoided a
government shutdown. Other popular one-word responses to the budget showdown:
"disgusting," "frustrating," "messy," "disappointing" and "stupid." Solid
majorities say all four principal players -- Republican leaders, Democratic
leaders, Obama and Tea Party-affiliated representatives -- deserve at least some
blame for the budget dispute. Read
Before speech: Where the Public Stands With President Obama set to address the nation about the federal deficit, Pew Research surveys provide a look at how serious Americans consider the problem, their views of competing proposals, and their confidence in policymakers. Read more
Obama gives budget speech Wednesday... Here's what to expect...MONEYWISE: Obama Set to Unveil Big Tax
Hike ANOTHER SPLIT DOWN POLITICAL SIDES WITH THIS ISSUE.
THAT WORD THAT BEGINS WITH B. Use it and say it and many simply go away, for good reason - - it's boring...first cut is the deepest, right? What's cut, what's not...
Even before the speech: What do you, likely voters, think? 65% Say Significant Long-Term Spending Cuts Unlikely Before 2012 Elections
REPOST: ONE OF THOSE ITEMS UP EARLY AND NEEDS TO BE POSTED ONCE MORE...IS ANYBODY LISTENING ANYMORE? Hillary Clinton to Address
U.S.-Islamic Gathering in Washington
(CNSNews.com) – At a time of dramatic change in the Arab world, senior figures from more than 30 Arab and other Muslim-majority countries will be in Washington, D.C., this week for the annual U.S.-Islamic World Forum, the first to be held in the United