Thursday, July 16, 2009

Joe Biden Creates New Solution For Bankruptcy

Jabberin' Joe just keeps on jabberin'.

Joe Biden: ‘We Have to Go Spend Money to Keep From Going Bankrupt’
“Now, people when I say that look at me and say, ‘What are you talking about, Joe? You’re telling me we have to go spend money to keep from going bankrupt?’” Biden said. “The answer is yes, that's what I’m telling you.”

This will no doubt relieve the heavy load in bankruptcy courts nationwide.

Nana Cruella Pelosi Bought Space?

Yeah, as strange as this sounds, Zack may have been convinced to vote against his constituents. A vote that could cost each of them thousands of dollrs. But hey, what's that compared to having the Nana shine her love on you?

Pelosi doles out campaign cash to Space near climate change vote
Did $14,000 worth of contributions from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi ease the pain of Rep. Zack Space's tough “yes” vote on the climate change vote? However, the fact that Pelosi’s checks were written on or soon after the June 26 vote is merely a coincidence of timing, Democratic Party officials say.

Space cast his vote in favor of the climate change bill, which critics say will hike electricity prices in coal-intensive Ohio, on June 26, with the legislation passing by a slim 219-212 margin and 44 Democrats voting “no.”

How many othe Pelosi allies gave money or promised big bundles next election for the Space guy?

Zack didn't feel like answering any questions about this so he just referred everyone to the DCCC mouthpiece for answers.

Madonna & Biden On Stage Together

I think these stories must be connected.


Stage for French Madonna show collapses

Hillary Clinton: Fuming On The Bench?

If you have to explain or defend, you've got baggage with your name on it.

Still, her aides and people at the White House dismiss suggestions that Mrs. Clinton has been shunted to the sidelines. Her relationship with Mr. Obama is strong, they say, and she remains an influential voice in all key debates.

The recent personnel issues are part of the pull and tug of any administration in its early days, they argue, and say little about Mrs. Clinton’s broader role.

“Secretary Clinton is a key member of a very strong team,” said Denis R. McDonough, a spokesman for the National Security Council. “The president values her inputs, her team’s inputs.”

I think Obama has her and Bill right where he wants them. Benched and on a short leash.