One month out for the Georgia Republicans
Roy Barnes seems to have his party’s nomination sewn up for Governor of Georgia, but the Republicans have seven names on the ballot, with three over double figures. SurveyUSA took a look. Barnes is well over 50 for the Democrats, but a runoff appears certain for the Republicans. The only question is which two will make it?
Will Nathan Deal Cost Us?
Congressman Nathan Deal (R-GA) is resigning from the House of Representatives to focus on his gubernatorial run in Georgia. At least that is what he is saying.At a time that every vote counts on health care, Deal resigning means the Democrats have one less vote they have to pick up to take over 1/6th of our economy.There is a larger issue here that I think | Read More »
Lincoln Davis Steals A Website: Your Overnight Lack of Democrat Technologists Having Original Thoughts
I read this article: The New York Times Bay Area Blog recently took a look at the issue of plagiarism among students in computer science classes. The widespread availability of code on the Internet makes it easy for computer science students to find solutions to common assignments. Computer science professors retaliate by devising increasingly sophisticated automated systems to detect instances of code plagiarism. And it | Read More »
CBO Tells Congress That Should Obamacare “Work”, It’ll Drive Up Costs
There is a new pro-Obamacare ad out by a group called “Americans for Stable Quality Care.” You can see the ad here.The ad asks “what does health insurance reform mean for you?” One of the points is “a focus on preventing illness before it strikes.”There’s a problem with that. According to the Congressional Budget Office, preventative care will drive up the costs of Obamacare.Doug Elmendorf, | Read More »
Stuart Rothenberg Engages in Lazy Journalism. Picks Up Opponents’ Smears Without Checking Facts.
Stu Rothenberg, a paragon of Inside the Beltway Conventional Wisdom, really screwed up some very basic facts in his story on Georgia.First of all, in a Republican primary where the clear front runner in the most recent polling is the Insurance Commissioner, John Oxendine, Rothenberg calls Ox and the President Pro Tempore of the Georgia Senate, Eric Johnson, “long shots.”Who does Stu think is the | Read More »