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    What if McCain had been elected president?

    By Mike in Politcs Plus

    Today, anxiety is at fever pitch, and a lot of people are pushing their pet peeves, as the cause of it. It's anywhere between lack of prayer in school, liberals, loose morals, government spending, and the president of United States, ...

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    Texas Trivia

    By Mike in Politcs Plus

    It's kinda strange looking out the window observing the hazy sky. The rain was nice but would need more of it. Victoria is not as bad(yet) as it was when I was stationed in El Paso. It would rain like ...

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    By Hook or by Crook

    By Mike in Politcs Plus

    It's no longer “may the best man win" because Republican legislators are cooking up schemes to beat President Obama in 2012. They're not leaving a stone unturned. They have already enacted voter ID laws to discourage democratic voters but there ...

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    Understanding Leads to Unity

    By Mike in Politcs Plus

    A good place to start is the beginning. How did we get here? I provided a chart of where the jobs were before January 20, 2009 and where they were in 2010. The Obama Administration identified three areas that needed ...

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    A Recap of Last Night's GOP Debate

    By Mike in Politcs Plus

    There's one thing about republican debates that stands out; they are entertaining. It didn't take, but 5 minutes before Governor Perry hit Mitt Romeny's dismal record for creating jobs in Massachusetts. I have to give it to Mitt Romney. He ...

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    It's all about jobs

    By Mike in Politcs Plus

    The republicans must have got a hold of a leaked proposal President Obama will present Thursday night to get six million people back to work. The president is considering a “Georgia Works" program which would allow businesses to train workers ...

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    iPad vs Destop/Laptop and our city's decision

    By Mike in Politcs Plus

    Recently our city bought 18 iPads instead of repairing their old computers. I'm not going pretend I know how the city will use their new purchases but being an owner of an iPad; I can see where it will make ...

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    Happy 175th Anniversary Houston

    By Mike in Politcs Plus

    On August 30, 1836 Chapman Allen and John Kirby registered 6,642 acres along Buffalo Bayou named "Town of Houston" and nearly a year later it was incorporated. The original 6,642 acres has grown to 656.6 sq. miles in the last ...

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    It's still early but

    By Mike in Politcs Plus

    As a self admitted political junkie, I enjoyed a discussion between MSNBC's guest host Ron Reagan, Politico’s Jonathan Martin and the number one political analyzer, Charlie Cook. Mr. Cook said a placebo could beat president Obama right now, but he ...

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    Trust, ideology, and the role of government

    By Mike in Politcs Plus

    Trust, ideology, and one's perception of the role of government, is keeping us from rolling up our sleeves and getting to work. The stock market is not an indicator of our economy, but more of an indicator of our frustration ...

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