Just ask yourself the question, "If I were a liberal would any of my posts use the words 'black' and 'Obama' in the same sentence?"
Look around the GE board and other Yahoo sites and you won't find many posts by liberals seeking to exploit racial differences.
If you aree really "Just asking" it's always better to question your own values first!
The Republican led wrong turn in economic policy you observed is based upon an irrational obsession with debt and entitlements, when we should be focused on jobs and opportunity. Republicans are controlled by wealthy vested interests.
Until now the fiscal scolds have benefited from a sort of ideological monopoly: for several years you weren't considered "serious" in Washington unless you worshipped at the altar of Simpson and Bowles.
Now we have a President breaking ranks with the failed policies of the past.
Don't believe the cynics. Yesterday's Obama speech was an important speech by a president who can still make a big difference.
Democats need to remove R's from the Congress in order to improve the job situation for ordinary Americans. The DJIA and deficits will take care of themselves after Congress enacts a stimulus plan putting more of us back to work.
No, just nude pix of R activist Paula Jones taken while enjoying a premarital honeymoon!
States refusing to expand Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act will lose more than $35 billion collectively in federal funds by 2022, and cost their taxpaying citizens more.
Not expanding Medicaid is not a rational decision for any state. But there are some very big losers: Texas ($9.6 billion), Florida ($5 billion), Georgia ($2.9 billion), Virginia ($2.8 billion) and North Carolina ($2.6 billion). The citizens of those states will continue to bear a significant share of the overall cost of the expansion through federal tax payments, while they will not enjoy any of the benefits.
That sounds like a little tweaking to make the pension system viable for the next few decades or so.
Republican men = drunken wife beaters who fall behind on child support payments.