Monthly Archives: April 2013

American Political Melodrama, Episode CCCI: Ross Douthat on lack of a Republican alternative to Obamacare? by Political Cynic

What can one say about the self-serving and purposefully obtuse Mr. Douthat? The fact that Obamacare is the product of The Heritage Foundation? The premier think tank of the, once, most reactionary strata of the Party. The New Democrats took … Continue reading

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David Brooks as Cassandra by Political Cynic

“By now, everybody involved seems to be in a state of anxiety. Insurance companies are trying to put out new products, but they don’t know what federal parameters they have to meet. Small businesses are angry because the provisions that … Continue reading

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Triumphalism before the fact? David Brooks on ‘Health Chaos Ahead’ by Political Observer

How many times can David Brooks use the terms chaos and catastrophe in the opening paragraphs of his essay aptly titled ‘Health Chaos Ahead‘? And then beat to death the word cascade,in his gleeful policy fantasy about the coming failure … Continue reading

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Response to Europe Facing More Pressure to Reconsider Cuts as a Cure in NYT by Political Observer

We have traveled a long road from Thatcher/Reagan to the world wide economic collapse of 2008. That Free Market failed, it was the intellectual mirage of political romantics masquerading as economists, succeeded by an equally failed Austerity.

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Matt Miller: Apocalypse on the Installment Plan by Political Observer

Quite adroitly in his essay titled ‘Boston — and what hasn’t happened since 9/11′Mr. Matt Miller lets the recollected writing of Mr. Richard Clark do his work of fear mongering for him, masquerading as awed speculation in the face of … Continue reading

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