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Are we getting ready for 2012 in Maryland? 1 Reply

Started by jackie A md. Activist. Last reply by David Wallace Dec 3, 2010.

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Comment by June Koontz on July 19, 2009 at 1:25pm
Enjoy your radio show when I am home. Keep up the good work. We need all the bodies you can enlist.
Comment by jackie A md. Activist on July 19, 2009 at 2:27pm
Good luck and let us know what we can do to help.
Comment by Gary Michael Adler on July 29, 2009 at 8:19am

You connected with Gary Aminoff in So-Cal?


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Ebola hits the homeland; Is it Obama's Katrina?

A couple of weeks ago, Barack "If You Like Your Health Plan" Obama assured Americans the penetration of the deadly Ebola virus inside the United States was an "unlikely event."

Now that the first confirmed case is here already, ravaging the feverish body of an unidentified visitor from Liberia quarantined in a Dallas hospital, Obama is, as you'd expect, out of town raising money.

In fact, he's back in Chicago where he dined out late last night with pals in the trendy River North area. Today, he'll attend a fundraiser for beleaguered Pat Quinn, the only recent Illinois governor not yet in prison.

And then Obama will try to change the subject of national public discussion once more from his ISIS crisis du jour to -- wait for it! -- The Economy. Have you noticed whenever the Chicago pol gets in trouble, he rushes to a fundraiser, then pivots to The Economy.

Yes, ladies and gentlemen, Obama is back at that one. What a dim memory he must think we all possess. It's a clear comment on the depth of Democrats' autumn fall that their leader's best campaign issue heading into the Nov. 4 midterms is the worst economic recovery in about seven decades.

Obama says The Economy is going great, if you want to know. In his "60 Minutes" interview broadcast Sunday night the Democrat announced: "The country is definitely better off than we were when I came into office." Well, he's better off anyway.

Tell that to the average American family whose median income has dropped, whose members are among the long-term unemployed, and whose healthcare insurance bills are soaring.

Obama will boast in his speech at Northwestern University's prestigious Kellogg School of Management of reducing the unemployment rate from 10+% to 6.1% and creating 10 million new jobs.

But he'll leave out the inconvenient facts that the unemployment rate's down because so many simply gave up looking and most of the new jobs are part-time.

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New Grandma Hillary happy but wanted a Latina from swing state

Our more than 173,000 combined followers on Twitter (click here for that) and on Facebook (then click here to subscribe to that) know that on weekday afternoons we regularly share a selection of that evening's late-night jokes before broadcast. Usually, we publish a collection of these and other jokes early each week.

Read previous collections of jokes here.

Fallon: More bad news for the president. Chicago reverses its plan to name a high school after President Obama, because it received multiple complaints from people in the community. I guess parents were afraid their kids would spend eight years at the school and STILL not get anything done.

SNL: A new study shows that Beaumont, Texas is the least educated city in the country. Oh man, wait until they don't read about this.

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SNL: President Obama is so desperate to get Muslim countries on board his fight against ISIS that he's started using his middle name again.

SNL: New grandmother Hillary Clinton said she couldn't be any happier about daughter Chelsea's new baby unless the baby was a Latina in a swing state.

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Conan: New Secret Service measures to keep people from trying to get into the White House. The first thing they're going to do to keep people out is put a sign up that says, "Blockbuster Video."

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