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Monday, August 29th, 2011
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Thursday, January 27th, 2011
[caption id="attachment_4135" align="alignnone" width="540" caption=""][/caption] My favorite part of the State of the Union. The words of Barack Obama: "become a teacher, your country needs you." Visit to learn more.

What the fuck has Obama done so far?

Friday, November 5th, 2010
A nice little project highlighting the accomplishments of the Obama Administration in the last two years. And there is quite a lot. Enjoy the facts:
  • Health Care Reform Bill, allowing children to remain covered by their parents' insurance until the age of 26, Tax cuts for up to 3.5 million small businesses to help pay for employee health care coverage, Significantly increased funding for the Violence Against Women Act, Lifted restrictions granting Cuban Americans unrestricted rights to visit family and send remittances to the island, Eliminated subsidies to private lender middlemen of student loans and protect student borrowers, Increased funding for national parks and forests by 10%, Significantly expanded Pell grants, which help low-income students pay for college, Expanded hate crime law in the US to include sexual orientation through the Matthew Shepard and James Byrd Jr. Hate Crimes Prevention Act, Provided stimulus funding to boost private sector spaceflight programs, Appointed nation's first Chief Technology Officer, Signed financial reform law establishing a Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to look out for the interests of everyday Americans, Signed financial reform law requiring lenders to verify applicants' credit history, income, and employment status, Signed financial reform law prohibiting banks from engaging in proprietary trading, Cut prescription drug cost for medicare recipients by 50%, Provided $12.2 Billion in new funding for Individuals With Disabilities Education Act, Extended Benefits to same-sex partners of federal employees, Appointed more openly gay officials than any other president in US history, The American Recovery & Reinvestment Act of 2009: a $789 billion economic stimulus plan, Created more private sector jobs in 2010 than during entire Bush years, Voluntary disclosure of White House visitors for the first time in US history, Appointed first Latina to the US Supreme Court, Promoted social responsibility through creation of, a national database of volunteer opportunities, Reversed 'global gag rule', allowing US aid to go to organizations regardless of whether they provide abortions, Signed New START Treaty - nuclear arms reduction pact with Russia, Increased average fuel economy standards from 27.5mpg to 35.5mpg, starting in 2016, Signed the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act, restoring basic protections against pay discrimination for women and other workers.
And there is more. Plenty more. How's that for leadership, American people?

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‘We Did Not Fear Our Future, We Shaped It’

Monday, March 22nd, 2010
[caption id="attachment_1551" align="alignnone" width="540" caption=" at 9 AM on Monday March 29th, 2010"][/caption] So. Fourteen months after Barack Obama came to Washington, change has now come to America. Just look at those huge, red, all-capped letters from HuffPost. I have to admit. When the House passed the goods, "holy shit" were the first words I uttered. Say what you will about the process. It was ugly. Unfair. Stupid. Secretive. Pathetic. Infuriating. Open. Democratic. Optimistic. Inspiring. Hopeful. All and everything wrapped up into a spectacle of governing. But today, we are finally starting to say that universal health care is something we value as a society. It's seen as important. Something this country should make sure all of its citizens have in the name of dignity, fairness, equality and justice. It's an expansion of our common humanity that we actually give a shit about each other.  32,000,000 each others. We've now proven we can actually do something to make things happen. It's a good feeling. Pre-existing conditions. Recision. Dropping the sick. All of it no more. Of course, I live in a conservative state so I've heard lots from the right about the destruction of America if this passes. About how our premiums are going to go up. Government takeover. How Canada sucks. Pretty much all of the sound bites I've gotten first hand. Hearing it all leads me to the conclusion we all have to stop worrying about something getting taken away from us. Instead we need to start envisioning how we can give of ourselves to make this place better. We need more of that "we've come to shape the future" attitude. And a big group hug after all of this. C'mon people, hug it out. It's a new day. We've taken on health care. Next up: climate change, immigration, worker rights. We'll sure need more civility from here on out. Everybody now!

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Thursday, January 21st, 2010
[caption id="attachment_583" align="alignnone" width="540" caption="What's next in 2010? All of the above please."]What's next in 2010? All of the above please.[/caption] This morning I received an email from my good friend Dan Schreiber. It was his response to the folks at as to why he was unsubscribing from their email list. I loved it. Such a small form of protest, but so significant. I'd say it captures a particular mood a lot of us are feeling: "Well yeah we're still with you, but damn man, I'm not so sure you're with us." It's hard to rally around compromise, and it's even harder to enthusiastically back things that make the corporate interests smile. So. Now that 2010 is really rolling, we're of course in for throwin' down. And for all-of-the-above. (Getting at the structural problems that if not addressed will make the next 50 years non-too-pleasant.) Just remember, those of us with punk rock sensibilities aren't too keen on sellouts. It's time to lead with a little less COM-PRO-MISE and a little more YES WE CAN.  For the time being, I'll be unsubscribing as well. And here is Dan's response, with the following disclaimer: Those of you who know me best will know where I've bridled the appropriate profanities.  'Handing MA voters that awful woman was an insult. You are reaping what you sowed. I support President Obama, but we need to follow through. PUSH. RECONCILIATION. Let blue dogs know that they fall in line or fall out. We - President Obama, Congressional Democrats and I - are most certainly not too far left. We are too centrist. Let's show the world that we have the [golly darn gumption] to give our people what they deserve - real health care reform. We must offer all we have to our neighbors, brothers and sisters in Haiti right now. If we are to continue fighting at home during this period, it must be worth the effort. Unless we move to make real change happen, I won't blame the American voters for electing another Scott Brown in 2012. For crying out loud - MASSACHUSETTS elected the male Sarah Palin. Please make me believe again that you know what the hell you're doing in our name. Thanks.' Dan Schreiber