Saturday, October 31, 2009

Larwyn's Linx: Do They Need the Public Option?

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Do They Need the Public Option?: Power Line
Blue Dog Dems Surprisingly Silent: Examiner
Not going down without a fight: AT

CBO: 18M Still Uninsured After Spending $1T+: LegalIns
A 1,990-Page Medical Monstrosity : Investors
New York 23: When a Nation Calls: BigGov

Dismantling America: Sowell
What's Hidden in the 1,900 Pages?: Adrienne
White House denies Ayers, Wright visited: AmPower

What Do Women Want? Nobamacare: Kesler
The Bible: 600 pages. PelosiCare: 1,900 pages: Exurban
Grayson's Remarks Drive Voters 'Nuts': Times


No Bundler Left Behind: Malkin
A gloomy economic outlook for the long term: Examiner
That was fast: Businesses to dump health plans: BlogProf

Culture of corruption: Democrats Maxine Waters, Laura Richardson under investigation: Malkin
GDP Fraud? Consumer Spending Down, Debt WayUp: BlogProf


Liberal Journalists Join Administration’s Attack on Fox News: PJM (Radosh)
Point of Order for Reuters: Snapped Shot
Blogging Alinsky's Rules for Radicals: PJM

NYT’s Zeleny Again Involved in Obama Story Scrub: BizzyBlog
Golfing: 96 hours. Afghanistan strategy sessions: 20 hours: Exurban
"Fox News' Roger Ailes makes Rahm Emanuel look like an Amish Lamaze instructor": Examiner

White House Whines About Edmunds $24,000 Clunker Claim: BizzyBlog
The beginning of Islamic no-go zones in America: Jawa
The Best Writer Since Julius Caesar?: InstaPundit

Climate & Energy

Save the Planet: Kill Cap-and-Trade: Examiner
Al Gore's Halloween Treat: CBullitt
Tesla Roadster Goes the Distance: DailyTech


How to lose a war: run it from Washington: MoneyRunner
Al Qaeda Agents Gets 8 Years in Prison: WLS TV
Israeli Colonel Refutes Damning U.N. Report: Timmerman

Honduran government caves into US pressure, agrees to Zelaya’s restitution: Fausta
Don’t Leave It to the BNP to Stand Up for Britain: PJM


Bing's new mobile site wants to be touched: CNet


Barry Potter Halloween Costume: TNOYF
Congress Repeals Ban on Perpetual Motion Machines: Cube
New Dim Party Symbol: Denny

Cleveland Tourism Commercial: Ace
'Drunk' Ewoks disrupt NBC's 'Today' show: THRfeed

Washington Post columnist Harold Meyerson on Wednesday revealed that the Senate bill's excise tax on "Cadillac" plans "targets a lot of Chevy plans as well." The tax follows a formula based on the consumer price index plus 1%. But if medical costs and insurance premiums rise significantly higher than the CPI — a near sure thing — a lot more plans get taxed.

Reminiscent of the Alternative Minimum Tax, a measure to soak the rich will end up drowning Joe Sixpack. -- IBD

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