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Oh my, Paul Krugman has gone full Democratic Party hack!

From here:

Both parties make promises to their bases. But while the Democratic establishment more or less tries to make good on those promises, the Republican establishment has essentially been playing bait-and-switch for decades.

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When data is reality!

From the New York Times:

Eight years after the financial crisis, unemployment is at 5 percent, deficits are down and G.D.P. is growing. Why do so many voters feel left behind?

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Ah, the rich man's eternal excuse: I had no idea!

From here:

Juergen Mossack, co-founder of the firm at the center of the Panama Papers, didn’t know that associates of top politicians from around the world were using his company to help hide money, he told CNBC in a Friday interview.

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NY Times gets on knees to blow House of Saud

From the op ed page:

Don’t Let Americans Sue Saudi Arabia

Doing so would imperil the war on terrorism.

I’m not sure how letting a country that helps to finance terrorism off the hook for that financing helps the war on terror, but hey the New York Times is full of really smart folks wearing kneepads.

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Bubba J. Clinton has the best idea of the campaign, let's do it!

From here:

“I think it’s fine that all these young students have been so enthusiastic for her opponent, and it sounds so good, just shoot every third person on Wall Street and everything will be fine,” Clinton told NBC News, according to reporter Brad Jaffy.

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Both our political parties have blessed outsourcing!

From here:

In a recent study, the Economic Policy Institute analyzed American jobs lost to China between 2001 and 2011. During that time, “the trade deficit with China eliminated or displaced more than 2.7 million U.S.

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Do you want paranoid Hillary as President?

From here:

“You know, I have to be very clear with you. I believe that the American people have more information about me than anyone who has ever run for president.

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