Political Blog Weekly: 12 February 2010

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Politicians

Madeleine Begun Kane presents Sarah Palin’s Runny, Run-On Sentences Finally Explained posted at Mad Kane’s Political Madness.

A poem about Sarah Palin’s crib notes on her hand during the Tea Party convention.

Luke Geraghty presents Why Hillary Would Make An Excellent President posted at Luke Geraghty.com.

REMARKS:  Hello, I wrote an article entitled, "Why Hillary Would Make An Excellent President," detailing her rising approval ratings and her polarizing status in America. Hopefully you’ll find it an interesting piece for your blog carnival

Related articles:
TalkLeft – "Why Sarah Palin’s Hand Became Political Fodder"
Chicagoray’s Views and News – "White House Mocks Sarah Palin From Podium (video)"

Health Care

Jared Rhoads presents Health insurance reform posted at The Lucidicus Project.

REMARKS: Vote for real health insurance reform: market-based reform. Currently in 13th place!

Katie Freeman presents 10 Excellent Infographics to Learn About the U.S. Healthcare System posted at Master Of Health Administration.

REMARKS:  It is rather easy to conclude that in order to have any useful contribution to the raging health care debate, you must have a firm understanding of the U.S. Healthcare System. With this in mind, we’ve found 10 excellent infographics that can help illuminate some of the problems with the current system, as well as how the current system is set up, and what some proposed changes might mean.

Related articles:
Cato @ Liberty – "ObamaCare = Litigation Bonanza"
QandO – "’Bi-Partisan Health Care Summit’ or Political Theater? (Update)"
Connecting.the.Dots – "A Simpler Health-Care Summit"

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Miscellaneous

Tod presents Who Does Your Thinking? posted at A Blog by Tod.

REMARKS: Calls into question the status quo.

Scott Spiegel presents Don’t Ax, Don’t Dwell posted at Scott Spiegel.

Examining the stances by Conservatives on Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.

oz3sdb presents Blame the Bankers! And Other Hilariously Simple Yarns for the Age of Ostriches posted at steven d. bennett.

Looking at the variables leading to the economic crisis, and why politicians use Wall Street as the whipping boy.

Wenchypoo presents Ending Bureaucracy posted at Wisdom From Wenchypoo’s Mental Wastebasket.

Explaining what bureaucracy is, and how much is involved with the process.

Related articles:
Sensen No Sen – "Persecuting Heroes"
The Agitator – "How About ‘People Who Enjoy Brunch?’"
The Smarter Wallet – "Do Large Banks Need Government Bailouts?"

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One Response to Political Blog Weekly: 12 February 2010

  1. Madkane says:

    Nice job! Thanks for the mention!

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