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A Bunch of Animals: Political Monkey Business

By DKIdea, published on Feb 16, 2014

We must see the game for what it is. If we remain blind to the process, then it’s our own fault for where we find ourselves and where this country ends up. I didn't write what you’re about to read next, but it bares analysis because there must be some understanding of the process before we can effectively change it into something that works. We have been divided on purpose, while the animals run amok in the House and Senate:

“If you start with a cage containing five monkeys and inside the cage, hang a banana on a string from the top and then you place a set of stairs under the banana,... (more)

Tags: politics, republicans, democrats, congress, economy, elections, government

It’s Not Rocket Science

By DKIdea, published on Dec 23, 2013 I just think it’s all silly and the time invested in trying to paint a picture of Kerry, other than the one everyone paints for themselves, is absolutely wasted.

This is not a Republican slamming post, although the story centered on their idiocy, let me be clear that the Democrats do the same thing. Shame on politicians for their simple-mindedness and insulting opinion of our intelligence...and shame on the media for transporting their garbage from their lips to our eyes and ears.

One day, we the people, will decide that we have had enough...and perhaps on... (more)

Tags: politics, republicans, democrats, vacation, news, government, egypt, john kerry

America...How Far You Have Fallen

By Coach Phatty, published on Jul 10, 2013

...It was written a couple of years ago but is still very pertinent for today.

It is far and away the most succinct and thoughtful explanation of how our nation is changing. The article appeared in The Israel National News, and is directed to Jewish readership. 70% of American Jews vote as Democrats. The Rabbi has some interesting comments in that regard.


“The most charitable way of explaining the election results of 2012 is that Americans voted for the status quo – for the incumbent President and for a divided Congress. They must enjoy gridlock, partisanship,... (more)

Tags: obama, republicans, democrats, america, elections, greed, jewish, materialism, north america, minority, old america, takers, voters.

Political Straight Talk...?

By DKIdea, published on Nov 11, 2012

Before I get started, I would like to acknowledge the oxymoronic title of this post. Politics can be cutthroat and politicians rarely talk straight to anyone about anything. Everybody has an opinion when it comes to politics and it’s one of the three subjects avoided when trying to maintain peace...the other two being sports and religion. I have an opinion as well, but it isn’t nearly as important as my observations. A friend told me this would be a risky post...but I think the risk is greater not to write about what I see.

I’ve observed that it doesn’t matter what your party affiliation... (more)

Tags: politics, democrats, congress, republican, government, history, voting, election, candidates

Congressional Reform Act: A Good Start

By DKIdea, published on Nov 11, 2012

There has been a chain letter circulating through the internet for years now. It presents itself as an idea from Warren Buffet, but the truth is the only part of it that came from him was a simple quote. Although the contents are not his, the ideas in the letter continue to raise questions, inspire discussion...and motivate people into thinking positive about where we are as a country, and where we want to be. Obviously, something this inspirationally viral and full of ideas simply must be discussed on this site, dedicated to the advent of idea.

“I could end the deficit in 5 minutes.... (more)

Tags: healthcare, republicans, democrats, congress, economy, taxes, house of representatives, u.s. senate

The Politics of Common Sense

By DKIdea, published on Nov 5, 2012

...and Senate) to be enacted into law should both of them vote favorably. The Republicans, when holding a majority in the House vowed to block the matter what. A fact many forget when pointing the finger at the President for what hasn’t been done. However, when the Democrats held a majority in both the House and the was the same result. See...I can do this all day. I can write hundreds of posts about the failings of both Republicans and Democrats. I think the more important point is that we all should understand the process and insist on some... (more)

Tags: republicans, democrats, economy, president, green party, independent, constitution party, libertarian party

Are You Registered to Vote?

By Josh Marks, published on Sep 30, 2012

... days to the most important election of our lifetime. This is not just about reelecting President Obama, but electing moderates and progressives at every level of government who will work with President Obama in a constructive way instead of obstructing everything and tearing down Obama.

Democrats need to retake control of the House of Representatives and keep control in the Senate. There are also important elections at the state, city and local level. President Obama not only needs a Congress that will work with him, but state governors as well (see Chris Christie, Bob McDonnell, Rick ... (more)

Tags: obama, democrats, vote, progressives, election, register, moderates

Will Voters Punish GOP for Punishing the American People?

By Josh Marks, published on Jul 6, 2012

...“fair and balanced” and blaming both sides for the dysfunction rather than squarely aiming at the Republicans for their relentless filibustering obstructionism.

So it is quite clear that for the past nearly two years, Republicans in Congress have put President Obama, congressional Democrats and by extension the American people through hell by refusing to even consider legislation that would put people back to work. Teaching and national service positions remain unfilled. Construction workers sit at home while infrastructure projects are idle. Global warming continues on a... (more)

Tags: obama, republicans, democrats, economy, jobs, it's even worse than it looks

If Starbucks is your broo of choice you may just be a Democrat

By TonyBerkman, published on Jun 18, 2012 fastfood. Subway is the GOP "fast food" and Wendy's falls on the Democratic side of the aisle. Singer believes the reason is that Subway is all about consumer-choice regarding what goes on your sandwich, while Wendys offers hungry drivers "set options." When it comes to TV viewing, Democrats prefer to watch Animal Planet, while Republicans watch more of the History Channel.

Unlike so many issues in DC and the States, where "bright line" differences seem to be the norm, there exists brand cross-over when it comes to companies like Google, Visa, Apple and Coca-cola. "Those... (more)

Tags: republicans, democrats, brands, bmw, wendys

The Ryan Budget, Or The Plan To Make Atlas Shrug

By Humble Opinion, published on May 21, 2012

Attempting to deliver a final crushing blow to government help for the poor, the 2012 Republican Party voted in favor of Wisconsin Congressman Paul Ryan's Budget plan. Touting it as the most efficient way to bring down the deficit, these followers of fiction writer Ayn Rand would have the nation believe that cutting off all help for those with the least, and giving that money to the richest fat cats in the country, will somehow deliver us from the depression that was started by these very same hucksters.

Propaganda channels like Fox News tell their listeners that this is the most courageous... (more)

Tags: politics, republicans, democrats, democracy, congress, poverty, ayn rand, budget, corporations, paul ryan

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