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AMERICAblog – Obama to GOP governors: No train, no federal funds

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Obama to GOP governors: No train, no federal funds

by Chris in Paris on 11/10/2010 11:21:00 PM

Excellent. While there may be valid criticism of a 79 mph train in this day and age, the idea of a train in Ohio still makes sense. As someone who lived in the Buckeye state and who has used the Amtrak trains in the northeast plus the European rail system, I’m a big supporter of using trains. It’s amusing to see the Republicans have the nerve to still ask for the money even though they do little besides complain about federal spending.

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Wall Street cashing in on taxpayer money for billions more, again

by Chris in Paris on 11/10/2010 10:59:00 AM

Isn’t it interesting to see how bad financial engineering has worked out for everyone besides Wall Street? To them, there’s no such thing as a win-win. Why is this legal and who keeps allowing this to happen? Once again Wall Street proves that they believe in wealth re-distribution as long as it’s a one way street, to their own pockets. If nobody is going to fight back and stand up for the rest of the country, it’s not realistic to expect different results. It’s pathetic to see that neither party shows any interest in real reform. The Republicans are cashing in on the Wall Street money and the Democrats are afraid that they will be labeled socialists.

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