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Today in Racism

Here’s the cover for the next issue of Bloomberg’s Businessweek There are several problems here from the facial expressions to the exaggerated lips, but more importantly — this cover implies that minorities caused the housing market crash during the tail … Continue reading
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They Won’t Be Dictated By Fact Checkers

Even if the fact checkers are General Motors, Chrysler, and Bloomberg, the Romney campaign will not be deterred. via Detroit News DC Bureau Chief David Shepardson Romney spokeswoman Andrea Saul tells @detnews on GM, Chrysler statements: “Their comments don’t refute … Continue reading

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Economists Agree: The Stimulus Worked

Bloomberg ran a column yesterday debunking the entire economic argument against the policies of President Obama titled “The U.S. Economic Policy Debate is a Sham,” and, not surprisingly, a poll conducted by the University of Chicago found very few economists … Continue reading

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It’s The Obama Economy

According to Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, we’re “living under the Obama economy,” and each week he’s given a new reason to regret attributing it to him. A new report from Bloomberg shows that consumer confidence is rebounding, reaching levels … Continue reading

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Likability Challenged Continued

Among the questions included in a recent Bloomberg poll was the question of whether or not caucus goers would support a candidate who is on their third wife and had multiple affairs. A question which was obviously aimed squarely at … Continue reading

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Worst Persons

Bloomberg News for totally omitting an obvious choice in the following poll: To reduce the deficit, the Feds should do: 1) Deep cuts, risk shutdown: 20% 2) Cuts, compromise: 77% 3) Not sure: 3% No option for “tax increases on … Continue reading

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