Eric Florack on March 19th, 2009

Welcome, one and all to the most intense nightly read anywhere on the ‘sphere; The Bitsblog Nightly Ramble  When reality strikes: It has become startlingly clear that there’s a major difference between candidate Obama and President Obama… as I have always insisted there would be.  References to this today come from all over, notably James Joyner, […]

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Eric Florack on March 19th, 2009

From the Morning Bell from The Heritage Foundation   Speaking to a crowd of 1,500 supporters in Costa Mesa, California, about the bonuses given to employees of 80% taxpayer owned AIG, President Barack Obama said [1]: “I know a lot of you are outraged about this. I’m outraged, too.” We’ll leave for others to decide […]

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Things are moving fast with the Obama administration, as I suggested previously they would. They are in fact moving faster than even I foresaw… and I thought my statements on the matter long- played the voter anger out there by quite a bit. Turns out, even that was an under-estimation.  You’ll recall at the end […]

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davidl on March 19th, 2009

File under too ironic to shcch, Washington Post: The Service Employees International Union, considered the most influential union in the nation, has notified the union that represents about 220 of its national field staff and organizers that 75 of them are being laid off. In return, the workers’ union, which goes by the somewhat postmodern […]

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Old question, new President, David Freddoso, National Review: Sen. Chris Dodd (D, Conn.), who until today has been blamed as the author of the statutory protection for bonuses, is in turn blaming the Obama administration for insisting on the provision back in February. Just how long had the president really known about the situation before he […]

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