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  1. meetinthemiddle commented on Tom Toles 8 days ago

    Prosecuting wall street is something the Rs just 5 minutes ago thought should have been done. Because it’s convenient to complain about Lynch.

  2. meetinthemiddle commented on Tom Toles 9 days ago

    BB’s been trying to scuttle the negotiations since Rabin was killed. Now he’s just overt about it. And he hasn’t had the realization that even Sharon came to – demographically, they’re on the losing end over time, and a 2 state solution would be the best way to stem the problem.

  3. meetinthemiddle commented on Stuart Carlson about 1 month ago

    All those recent stories about chemical weapons in Iraq have been talking about decaying, old stockpiles, not an active current program – which is why the Bush administration didn’t trot them out to prove their case.

  4. meetinthemiddle commented on Matt Davies about 1 month ago

    Actually, the old testament has a number of examples of polygamy. And slavery for that matter.

  5. meetinthemiddle commented on Tom Toles about 1 month ago

    People tend to overlook that the ACA was the plan the Republicans were pushing since Nixon. Newt Gingrich and the Heritage Foundation were saying in the 90s that it was the only way reform would ever get done.

  6. meetinthemiddle commented on Matt Davies about 1 month ago

    Many of the laws I’ve heard of are inherently discriminatory. Requiring birth certificates (which many poorer people would have trouble getting) in place of accepting already established residence, drivers licenses and the like. Charging fees and having office hours that would discourage poorer people. I even heard the Tx law would accept hunting licenses but not university ids. Basically the objection is that stopping voter fraud (the only major voting frauds in recent memory being committed in FL in 2000 and OH in 2004) is the fig leaf over targeted voter suppression drives.

  7. meetinthemiddle commented on Tom Toles about 1 month ago

    The core of John’s argument is valid – but how slippery a hypothetical slope is and its incline are subjective by subject

  8. meetinthemiddle commented on Stuart Carlson 2 months ago

    Despite what it said on paper, Obama never had a filibuster-proof majority. The R lawsuit kept Franken form being seated for 9 months and by then Kennedy was out dying.

  9. meetinthemiddle commented on Stuart Carlson 2 months ago

    Interesting stat on Newshour last night – from the 1940s-1970s productivity rose 96% and wages rose 91%. From the 1980s-now, productivity rose another 80% and wages rose 9%.

  10. meetinthemiddle commented on Matt Davies 2 months ago

    With the crash in the price of oil, are the tar sands still economically viable? Is the pipeline already moot?