Morning Round Up of Ohio Progressive Blogs
AtheistMama - Baghdad Burning and the 3rd anniversary of the war in Iraq.
LiberalCommonSense - Wants the Libertarian on the ticket.
TheChiefSource - Is Iran Next? and that Damn Liberal Media.
PsychobillyDemocrat - Bush at Cleveland City Club (or Why Bush should Run for Mayor of Tal Afar)
AndrewWarner - Lame Duck President No Longer Cares, with this little nugget of information:
One small piece of truth is the near $250 Billion that the American tax payer has spent on a war that was unjust from the beginning. Go to costofwar.com and get some perspective on how much money that really is. A few examples of what that money could have been used for:PeanutButterKnife - On CEO presidents...
Over 12 million college scholarships
Health insurance for 150 million children
Over 2 million housing units for the needy
10 full years of completely fighting world hunger
There is a lot the government could do with the money that has been spent on a war the country doesn't even believe in.
ClevelandAFL-CIO - DeWines Doublespeak:
On television this week, DeWine claims he is a "true champion for children." The problem is last week, DeWine was the deciding vote on a bill that let insurance companies eliminate health care for newborns and children for well-childcare, immunizations and juvenile diabetes supplies (the Health Insurance Marketplace Moderinization and Affordability Act (HIMMA). The bill preempts over 100 state laws covering health care coverage.Openers - Boehner's -- and others' -- booze bills also DeWine and Bush both favor cheap illegal labor for corporate farmers over enforcing border control and proper immigration channels
By voting to slash health care for children, DeWine sided with insurance companies instead of health care advocates like Families USA.
UAPA - Cordray Calls for Strong Measures on Predatory Lending
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