Read this article for a good straight-forward anti-socialist perspective on the health care debate. The conversation centers around whether we want a country with a spirit of collective work and collective good, or an "every man for himself" culture. What do you think?
- The Limits of Self-Hate (By Lisa Fabrizio, American Spectator) Because, at its heart, the true goal of "progressives" is the repudiation of all that this country was founded on; particularly the right of its people to govern themselves in a way that counts the protections of private property and personal freedom as sacrosanct, and is codified under the tenets of natural law as defined by the Judeo-Christian ethic.
California Repubs don't want "decline to state" voters...
- State GOP about to shoot itself in the foot — again (By thomas d. elias, Mercury News) State Sen. Abel Maldonado, possibly the party's leading moderate, calls the exclusionary plan "just crazy "... I've never, ever seen a business "... run by eliminating 25 percent of the market share. Anyone would walk away from that deal."
Timothy Cahill will announce today for independent run for Gov in MA; Independent Chris Daggett on a roll in NJ...
- Cahill Candidacy Likely to Roil Mass. Governor Race (By Emily Cadei, CQ Politics) The Boston Globe is reporting that Massachusetts state Treasurer Timothy Cahill will announce an independent run for governor on Wednesday, shaking up an already charged 2010 governor's race.
- Cahill to announce candidacy for governor (By Andrea Estes, Boston Globe)
- Cahill set to launch run for governor- But state treasurer who left Democratic Party faces hurdles as an independent (By Andrea Estes, Boston Globe)
- N.J. candidate Daggett goes for humor in TV ad (By Cynthia Burton, Philadelphia Inquirer)
- Indie Candidate Daggett Lampoons Rivals In TV Ad (RealClearPolitics) with VIDEO
WORKING FAMILIES PARTY
WFP has somewhat of a base in Queens and the Dem party insiders are going after them...
- Public advocate candidates get nasty in TV debate (BY ERIN EINHORN AND CELESTE KATZ, DAILY NEWS CITY HALL BUREAU) Queens City Councilman Eric Gioia started the digs early, using his opening statement to go after former public advocate Mark Green and Brooklyn Councilman Bill de Blasio as "insiders" who "sure know how to play the same old political games." He slammed de Blasio for his ties to the pro-labor Working Families Party and its for-profit political consulting arm, which Gioia called an "election funding scam."
- Minor parties push into primaries (Crains New York)