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Politics. A word that brings all sorts of imagery to mind. Power, Washington, President, world leaders, religion, progress, old-fashioned, intelligence, scandals, broken promises...politicians.
It's been said that one should never talk about politics as well as religion. However, a wise man once said that religion reflects the culture and culture reflects the politics. With that in mind, in the U. S. there seems to be two major divisions of thought in the arena of politics. The conservative view, primarily promulgated by the political party of Republicans. The other is the liberal view, primarily represented by the Democrats. In the middle and outside those two are Independents, Green Party, and other smaller factions of political.
If you're like me, you don't really get into political discussion. Some thinks it not important. Others don't really care. And some of us...just don't understand what the hoopla is all about.
With that in mind, what is the conservative view? What is the liberal view? How do they compare and contrast? What does it mean for our decision making when we vote or take stances on issues that affect our country?
Join me as I chat with Thomas D Smith about this volatile but rarely understood topic. You can call in by dialing 646-595-2083, press 1 to be live on air. Or, you can download the WLUV radio mobile app today. Any way you can, join us.
Democrats and independents who had not voted in the Democrats' primary could vote in the Republicans'. They probably care more than Republicans like to admit that they themselves care about legislative pork, of which Cochran has served up heaping amounts during his 33 years on the Appropriations Committee. This bright red state has the nation's lowest per capita income, the highest federal funding as a percent of revenue, and a surplus of cognitive dissonance between its professed conservatism and its actual enjoyment of the benefits Cochran can now continue to shovel its way. George Will Mississippi choose pork barrel over Tea Party
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That is an absolutely remarkable vote of no-confidence in Obama's ability to do the job he was elected to do. Yes, I know that Republicans are going to be against virtually everything Obama is for and that independents these days tend to be swollen with the ranks of disaffected GOPers. But, what Obama does have to do is be president for the next two and a half years. And he'd like to spend that time building some sort of second-term legacy for himself. The leadership numbers — if they sustain — badly complicate those efforts. Chris Cillizza, Washington Post
There are a lot of things happening on the domestic political and economic scene. Eric Cantor loses. A report shows that most companies are fudging on their books. The Tea Party didn't use any corporate money. Maybe we need a VAT or a flat tax or both.Granted there are other factors involved: one would be a smaller turn out; two would be canters bad campaign; and three would be Democrats and independents voting for drab. We don't know the full answer yet. But one thing is clear is that a group of people, voters, took things into their own hands. They are upset with establishment people controlling our country. This is a good sign. However it also shows how difficult it is to govern in the 21st-century. Moises Naim's book the end of power shows this beautifully. There are so many factions that are out there that have the ability to communicate through the Internet and other new media that there are a cacophony of ideas and bad ideas that are floating around out there. So finding a majority will be very difficult. However I think those tea party voters in Virginia got it right. Look at the most recent study that just came out today. It shows how so many corporations are avoiding taxes. A survey of most corporations not only here in United States but also internationally show that they all have losses on their accounting sheets. Why? they're hiding money and they're hiding profits. Why? They don't want to pay taxes. I have been advocating a value added tax and or a flat tax. Let's start paying into the government services that we need right away
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