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Comment by Hope on October 20, 2011 at 8:42am
Muammar Gaddafi killed in gun battle
NTC military chief says toppled leader died of wounds following capture near his hometown of Sirte.
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Abdul Hakim Belhaj, a NTC military chief, has confirmed that Muammar Gaddafi has died of his wounds after being captured near Sirte.

Another NTC commander said that Moussa Ibrahim, former spokesman for Muammar Gaddafi's fallen government, was captured near Sirte.

Abdul Hakim Al Jalil, commander of the 11th brigade, also said he had seen the body of the chief of Gaddafi's armed forces, Abu Bakr Younus Jabr. 

"I've seen him with my own eyes," he said and showed Reuters a picture of Jabr's body.

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Pat Buchanan: Blacks Have Lost The American Identity They Had During Segregation

October 19, 2011 6:11 pm ET by Eric Hananoki

During a radio appearance promoting his book, MSNBC analyst Pat Buchanan argued that blacks and whites were more unified during the 1950s than they are today. Buchanan argued that "what we had then, which was a sense of cultural and social one-ness, we were a people, that I think that is what's being lost." Buchanan added that while blacks considered themselves Americans first and foremost during the era of segregation, today they're using "hyphenated terms" like "African-American" to describe themselves.

Buchanan's remark came yesterday on the radio program of Mark Davis. Davis asked Buchanan to expand on his theory that, in Davis' words, "black Americans of 1960 were more woven into the fabric of the America of that time than many of today's black Americans are woven into the America of this time."

Buchanan replied that during the 1950s, blacks and whites "all had a common religion, we all worshiped the same God, we all went to schools where American literature was taught, the English language was our language, we all rooted for the same teams, we read the same newspapers, we listened to the same music. We were a people then. We were all Americans. Now I'm not saying segregation was good. But what I was saying, that did not prevent us from being one people."

Buchanan then said that blacks today have lost the American identity they had in the 1950s:

BUCHANAN: If you'd ask those black folks that are traveling abroad, "Who are you," "I am an American." That was their first identity in my judgment at that time. Clearly they were African-Americans, but we didn't use hyphenated terms in those days. And so I think what we had then, which was a sense of cultural and social one-ness, we were a people, that I think that is what's being lost. Across the divide now, people are calling names, they're not communicating, and I think it's really a tragedy and it could be a disaster for this country.

Comment by Doone on October 19, 2011 at 7:57pm

The GOP's Campaign Against a Man Who Doesn't Exist

| Wed Oct. 19, 2011 11:57 AM PDT

There is nothing more important for a Republican presidential candidate than opposing everything that Barack Obama supports.1 In a way, this might actually be more important for Jon Huntsman than the others, since he spent some time working for Obama and is thus automatically suspected of consorting with the enemy. After reading Huntsman's incoherent op-ed about banking reform, Matt Yglesias thinks this has caused Huntsman to completely lose it:

This is, I think, part of the problem with conservative discourse being so dominated by jeremiads against mythical Obama administration initiatives. What Huntsman wants to do, in essence, is repeal a made up provision of Dodd-Frank in order to replace it with what Dodd-Frank already does, add on something the administration already proposed adding on, and then do an unrelated tax reform. But he insists that he thinks Dodd-Frank is a “tragically” inappropriate response to the financial crisis. So am I supposed to think he wants to modify it in a minor way on the tax side, or that he wants to drastically alter this misguided legislation? There’s no way to infer from this op-ed what it is Huntsman is saying he wants to do, which is especially problematic because contrary to myth politicians rarely lie about which initiatives they’ll pursue in office. Paying attention to policy proposals is normally a great way to figure out what’s happening. But the proposals need to be grounded in some kind of reality-tracking account of what the status quo is.

The entire Republican campaign so far has been like this. It's not enough to oppose the stuff that Obama has actually done, even though there's plenty of it. You also have to oppose things he hasn't done (apology tours, debasing the dollar), things you're sure he wants to do if you take your eyes off him for even a second (raising taxes, selling out Israel), and things that you've just made up out of nowhere (taking away your guns, instituting Sharia law). It really makes for an Alice-in-Wonderland campaign season.

1Except for cutting taxes on the rich, of course. But that goes without saying

Comment by Doone on October 19, 2011 at 7:54pm

Mitt Romney’s campaign is going there, suggesting in a new video that Rick Perry might be a little too inarticulate to take on President Obama. The attack plays into one of Democrats’ top memes regarding Perry: that his style resembles a Saturday Night Live parody of George W. Bush.

Titled “Ready to Lead?” the video features some of Perry’s most rambling debate moments as well as some of the most brutal pundit reviews of his performance. “Perry really did throw up all over himself,” FOX News’ Brit Hume says in one clip. Take a look at the video below: 

 

 

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Comment by Doone on October 19, 2011 at 10:02am

We have a 40 hour work week?? - i think that is a myth.

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Comment by Sydni Moser on October 19, 2011 at 8:07am

Ron Paul Proposes $1 Trillion In Cuts His First Year In White House

Oct. 17, 2011

Not to be outdone by Herman Cain's 9-9-9 fiscal plan which has captured the imagination of many Republican voters, fellow GOP presidential candidate Rep. Ron Paul has introduced his own big idea, $1 trillion in federal spending cuts in the first year of his presidency and the elimination of five executive-branch departments and the Transportation Security Administration.

"Our debt is too big, our government is too big. We have to recognize how serious the problem is," Paul said at a Las Vegas news conference Monday, the day before a Republican presidential debate was to take place in the same city.

"The other candidates have not offered this. I think they don't think it's very serious. They think we can just tinker around the edges. But I think the American people are ready for some honest thinking and some honest reforms.

A lot of people would say this is pretty extreme, pretty excessive. But I go back to say we have had extreme spending, extremism in the growth of our government. And it's time now that we say we have to cut."

Many Republicans have long advocated pulling the plug on the Education Department.

But Paul, a libertarian congressman from Texas would go much further, ending not just that department but Commerce, Interior, Energy and HUD departments.

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Comment by Neal on October 19, 2011 at 6:13am

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