Yes, Mr. Obama’s Presidency Is Riding On The Healthcare Outcome

Mar 15, 10 Yes, Mr. Obama’s Presidency Is Riding On The Healthcare Outcome

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Welcome to the number one recession survival blog! Sign up for our RSS feed and follow us on Twitter to get the most out of the information provided here. Thanks for joining us! Tweet The healthcare debate (debacle) is in its fiftieth homestretch.  However, this week does...

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Cowards In Congress

Dec 21, 09 Cowards In Congress

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Tweet Well, we at STR have not been as active as of late.  Holidays, family obligations, and exciting new ventures have kept us running around like headless chickens. However, I have still been diligently following this sham of a healthcare debate, or should I say...

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“The Only Thing We Have To Fear…”

Nov 23, 09 “The Only Thing We Have To Fear…”

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Tweet This has been an exhausting summer.  Really, it has been an exhausting year.  It has been a year of triumphant optimism.  Yet, there have been times that have pushed the limits of our patience and tolerance. The healthcare debate has been particularly corrosive,...

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Olympia Snowe’s Vote Does Not Matter

Oct 14, 09 Olympia Snowe’s Vote Does Not Matter

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Tweet I ask readers to forgive me in advance for this rant, but my anger has reached a boiling point.  Why on earth have we invested Senator Olympia Snowe with so much power and influence in the healthcare debate?  Her vote does not matter and the fawning attention given...

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The Right’s Absurd Defense of the Healthcare Industry

Sep 07, 09 The Right’s Absurd Defense of the Healthcare Industry

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Tweet Try as I might, I find it hard to believe that Republicans are debating the healthcare reform issue in good faith.  Many of them have taken to actually defending the supposed largesse of health insurance companies.  Dan Gerstein penned one of the most reprehensible...

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