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  1. meetinthemiddle commented on Tom Toles 10 days ago

    You are aware that for “budget reasons” Alabama closed all the DMV offices in majority minority and poor counties?

  2. meetinthemiddle commented on Matt Davies 23 days ago

    Interesting to see the Rs hoisted by their own petard, but really – just let this bogus crap drop

  3. meetinthemiddle commented on Tom Toles 28 days ago

    Minus tort reform, the ACA is the plan the Rs have been pitching since Nixon. Newt and the Heritage Foundation said it was the only reform they would allow.

    I think the tort reform should consist of a considerable upward adjustment of pain and suffering/lost wages guidelines and punitive damages no longer going to the lawyer/plaintiffs. The latter is the real lottery ticket in the civil suit process.

  4. meetinthemiddle commented on Tom Toles about 1 month ago

    There’s the PC of the right, too… Just try saying Happy Holidays

  5. meetinthemiddle commented on Stuart Carlson about 1 month ago

    There was a segment on PBS Newshour last spring about the similar movement under the Reagan administration (devolving federal lands to the states). The upshot was that it quietly went away when it was discovered the states involved didn’t want the expense of managing said land.

  6. meetinthemiddle commented on Tom Toles about 1 month ago

    every day on Fox News

  7. meetinthemiddle commented on Matt Davies 2 months ago

    Pharma hasn’t been doing much R for decades; they rely on govt funded basic research to universities, so it’s a double skim for them…

  8. meetinthemiddle commented on Stuart Carlson 3 months ago

    Ummm… I’ve heard no convincing connection between the Community Reinvestment Act (1970s) and the housing meltdown of 2008. Repealing Glass-Steagull (the real impetus for the bubble) was a neoliberal (read conservative) act passed by a conservative congress and signed by Clinton; there was no way Bush would reintroduce it, as that’s what the conservatives wanted. The Dodd/Frank act came after the meltdown

  9. meetinthemiddle commented on Stuart Carlson 3 months ago

    On the other hand, the tanker car derailments in the last couple of years have made pipelines look better. The real disincentive is the crappy tar sands

  10. meetinthemiddle commented on Tom Toles 3 months ago

    Yeah, because W was soooooo effective in the peace process…