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Is the Sky Falling on Fannie and Freddie?

Links, Thoughts, and Open Thread
Posted by WhosPlayin on 2008/7/11 22:59:18 (959 reads)

So, yesterday afternoon's Wall Street Journal ran an article stating that the Bush Administration was looking at plans to bail out Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac if they should become insolvent. Of course, Thursday's WSJ was out on the lawn when I got up this morning and attempted to watch the news without my proper dose of coffee.

Well, CNN made it sound like the collapse of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac were imminent, and that the Federal Government would step in and back up the $5 trillion in liabilities. Honestly, it made my blood boil just a bit.

As I usually do in these situations, I turned to McBlogger, who is by day a mortgage banker for one of the companies that didn't fold up. He's got a good way of explaining things in a way that is easy for the layman to understand. Heck, I'd bet even John McCain would be able to understand McBlogger if he knew how to work the tubes.

But I digress.

Check out these two postings, and ignore my comments:

- Still not Getting It on the Credit Markets
- Fannie, Freddie in Suicide Pact

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McCain as Dr. Doom

The Editor's Column
Posted by WhosPlayin on 2008/7/11 22:29:23 (871 reads)

J-Michael Cabowski was a John McCain supporter in 2000, as was I. I would have gotten my ass out to vote for him in the primary if it would have mattered. Cabowski got out and canvassed for McCain.

In "If Obama is Dr. No, McCain is Dr. Doom" Cabowski talks about McCain's failings in perhaps the top 3 issues: the economy, foreign policy, and general honesty.

"John McCain seems to think calling Barack Obama ‘Dr. No’ is the wittiest label a politician has ever come up with. But, after watching the actions of John McCain this week, it has become clear that he may only make our current situation terrifyingly worse. So, while he may like refer to James Bond villains, McCain need only to pull out a comic book to realize his true self, that of ‘Dr. Doom.’"

He makes some good points. Give it a read if you have some time.

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Freedoms

Links, Thoughts, and Open Thread
Posted by grbtexan on 2008/7/11 12:24:29 (802 reads)

OK lets start with a review! Ok?

The First Ten Amendments of the US Constitution are collectively called the Bill of Rights.

1. Gives us freedom of religion, freedom of the Press and free speech and the and rite to assemble and petition the our government for redress of grievances.

2. The right to bear arms and form a militia

3. The right to refuse quarter to armed forces in our home

4. The protection against unreasonable search and seizure, No warrants shall be issued with out probable cause affirmed by oath and description of the place, person and things to be searched or seized

5. The protection against self- incrimination, of due process of law, and protection against double jeopardy, and the protection of seizure of private property ( eminent domain)

6. The right to a trial by a Jury of your peers, to be informed of the charges against you, and the right to confront your accusers and witnesses against you, and to be represented by council

7. The right to a jury trial

8. Protection against cruel and unusual punishment, and the excessive bail

9. Protects rites that we all understand but are not enumerated with in these amendments

10. The right of the states to Govern themselves, and power of the people


Why do I bring this up? Well for one very good reason. This week the Bush administration with the help of the House and senate have taken yet more of these rights away. Is this a surprise? Well no, the Bush administration has worked very hard at reducing the rights of the people and increasing the power of the executive throughout his term. Now are senate has passed Bush’s Eavesdropping bill, and Bush has signed it. Your government now has the right to listen in on any call you make and many of your Emails. This has of course been done for your protection, to stop another 9/11 from happening. Wake Up America is dying!!!
Our For fathers put forth a new idea when they formed this republic. They believed in us, in the ability of the people to govern themselves. They formed a government for, of and bye the people. Not even the great Egyptians or Romans ever had that. This new government also set forth with the First ten Amendments rights of it’s people. These are the freedoms we talk about when we say “ Land of the Free and Home of the Brave” . And we are lets these rights be taken away one by one. Today we lose the right to be protected against unreasonable search, what will we lose tomorrow? The right to due process? The rite of freedom of religion? You reading this, and me who is typing it, this is our fault, we have let this happen. Yes George Bush had a responsibly to not sign that bill yesterday, it is his job to protect the Bill of Rights. But it is our job first. We The People!! Remember, that’s you and I. We are all letting the dream of a government of, for and by the people die. We talk about spreading democracy around the world, while we let our own Republic be lost. Why? Because we are afraid? I would argue that the people of this country had much more to fear from the most powerful military the world had ever seen when they formed this country then we will ever have to fear from a terrorist group. As the saying goes, “ When your sacrifice freedom for security, you have neither” I hope all of you will make redress with your congress people and senators about his issue. Lets try to save these freedoms if not for our selves then for our children. “God Bless America”

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Where's the love?

Miscellaneous
Posted by WhosPlayin on 2008/7/9 17:15:52 (862 reads)

Here's a new favorite song / music video: "Where's The Love" by the Black Eyed Peas

Apologies that Universal won't allow the video to be embedded, but click the link above to play it.

Here are the lyrics:


What's wrong with the world, mama
People livin' like they ain't got no mamas
I think the whole world addicted to the drama
Only attracted to things that'll bring you trauma
Overseas, yeah, we try to stop terrorism
But we still got terrorists here livin'
In the USA, the big CIA
The Bloods and The Crips and the KKK
But if you only have love for your own race
Then you only leave space to discriminate
And to discriminate only generates hate
And when you hate then you're bound to get irate, yeah
Madness is what you demonstrate
And that's exactly how anger works and operates
Man, you gotta have love just to set it straight
Take control of your mind and meditate
Let your soul gravitate to the love, y'all, y'all

People killin', people dyin'
Children hurt and you hear them cryin'
Can you practice what you preach
And would you turn the other cheek

Father, Father, Father help us
Send some guidance from above
'Cause people got me, got me questionin'
Where is the love (Love)

Where is the love (The love)
Where is the love (The love)
Where is the love
The love, the love

It just ain't the same, always unchanged
New days are strange, is the world insane
If love and peace is so strong
Why are there pieces of love that don't belong
Nations droppin' bombs
Chemical gasses fillin' lungs of little ones
With ongoin' sufferin' as the youth die young
So ask yourself is the lovin' really gone
So I could ask myself really what is goin' wrong
In this world that we livin' in people keep on givin'
in
Makin' wrong decisions, only visions of them dividends
Not respectin' each other, deny thy brother
A war is goin' on but the reason's undercover
The truth is kept secret, it's swept under the rug
If you never know truth then you never know love
Where's the love, y'all, come on (I don't know)
Where's the truth, y'all, come on (I don't know)
Where's the love, y'all

People killin', people dyin'
Children hurt and you hear them cryin'
Can you practice what you preach
And would you turn the other cheek

Father, Father, Father help us
Send some guidance from above
'Cause people got me, got me questionin'
Where is the love (Love)

Where is the love (The love)
Where is the love (The love)
Where is the love
The love, the love

I feel the weight of the world on my shoulder
As I'm gettin' older, y'all, people gets colder
Most of us only care about money makin'
Selfishness got us followin' our wrong direction
Wrong information always shown by the media
Negative images is the main criteria
Infecting the young minds faster than bacteria
Kids wanna act like what they see in the cinema
Yo', whatever happened to the values of humanity
Whatever happened to the fairness in equality
Instead in spreading love we spreading animosity
Lack of understanding, leading lives away from unity
That's the reason why sometimes I'm feelin' under
That's the reason why sometimes I'm feelin' down
There's no wonder why sometimes I'm feelin' under
Gotta keep my faith alive till love is found

People killin', people dyin'
Children hurt and you hear them cryin'
Can you practice what you preach
And would you turn the other cheek

Father, Father, Father help us
Send some guidance from above
'Cause people got me, got me questionin'
Where is the love (Love)

Where is the love (The love)
Where is the love (The love)
Where is the love (The love)

Where is the love (The love)
Where is the love (The love)
Where is the love (The love)

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Citizens Police Academy accepting applications

Get Involved! - Rise to Your Higher Self
Posted by WhosPlayin on 2008/7/8 8:54:06 (1153 reads)

The Lewisville Citizens Police Academy, the closest civilians can come to the men and women in blue, short of pursuing a badge of their own, is accepting applications for its 2008 class that starts on Sept. 4.

The free 13-week program includes instruction and training experiences from the classroom to the firing range. Since 1989, dozens of Lewisville residents have gained a better understanding of local law enforcement efforts through the program.

“As both an instructor and program coordinator, I’m always pleased to see the students’ excitement and enthusiasm each and every week,” said Lewisville Police Training Coordinator Scott Pedigo. “At the conclusion of each class, I’m always overwhelmed by the appreciation of the students. It seems that most don’t want their involvement in the program to end.”

Classes are held on Thursday evenings, and there are Saturday sessions on Oct. 11 and Oct. 18. Graduation will be Dec. 4. After completing the class, many graduates join the CPA Alumni Association and volunteer with the department in a variety of capacities. Alumni also are eligible to ride with patrol officers as observers.

For information on the next class, scheduled to begin in September, call Training Coordinator Scott Pedigo at 972.219.3608. Participants must be at least 18 years old before classes begin and either live or work in Lewisville. Class space is limited, so those interested in participating should apply as soon as possible. Applications can be obtained at the Lewisville Police Department, can be mailed to applicants, or can be downloaded from here

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I went through the citizens fire academy this Spring and had a blast while learning a lot. This ought to be fun. I hate to admit it, but it's been years since I've fired a handgun, so I especially look forward to that part of the training.

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Best. Quote. Ever !!!

Miscellaneous
Posted by WhosPlayin on 2008/7/7 18:58:13 (2689 reads)

Democratic candidate for U.S. Congress in Texas' 26th district, Ken Leach, was interviewed about his campaign by the Gainesville Register, and they actually ran this quote:

Leach said despite the recent Democratic Party groundswell, local media have been reluctant to publish his press releases.

"What is discouraging is repeatedly sending out press releases to the local media and not having them used, but when a Republican farts, seeing a front page story telling everyone how good it smells," he said in an e-mail interview.


That is too good, Ken. I couldn't have said it better, or more humorously myself.

It seems the newspapers always have room to run the simplistic platitudes of the radical right. But when a little thought, nuance, or political courage are required, they don't have time to listen to a Democrat.

Show Ken Leach some love!

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Cornyn Wants to Destroy Medicare

The Nimrods Never Cease to Amaze Me
Posted by WhosPlayin on 2008/7/7 9:54:36 (938 reads)

John Cornyn is one of the Republican Senators who is responsible for a 10.5% cut in Medicare reimbursements to doctors. The house passed a bill to stop the cut, but Cornyn is again carrying water for his corporate sponsors in the health insurance industry, who would really like to privatize this most efficient government program.

Because of the cuts, doctors are already refusing to take any more Medicare patients.

It's just another example of the "something-for-nothing" cowardly Republicans, who want to shift the government's job of caring for our elderly (who paid into the system) to someone else. In this case, they want doctors to lose money treating seniors. And their "something-for-nothing" corporate sponsors in the health insurance industry want the government to send them free money to provide even shittier coverage for seniors.

The American Medical Association has a video, which you can view here

Tell Grandma she'll just have to wait if she wants to have that lump checked out, because we need "Big John" in the Senate to make sure that homosexuals are treated as second-class citizens. We'll all just have to sacrifice a little to keep the gays from getting a marriage certificate. (And by "we", I mean you, Grandma. Get a freakin job, you freeloader!)

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Candidate OK after Car Wreck

The Editor's Column
Posted by WhosPlayin on 2008/7/7 8:51:31 (927 reads)

The Democratic Nominee for the Texas 26th Congressional District was unhurt Sunday (7/6) when a three-car collision demolished the van he was driving.

Ken Leach of Gainesville was on his way to a radio interview when he stopped for two stalled cars on LBJ Freeway. Before he could exit his lane, his van was struck from behind and slammed more than 6o feet forward into the rear one of the stalled car.

No one was injured in the accident and Leach was alone in his van.

Leach worked with the Dallas Police investigating the accident, arranged to have his van towed, secured a ride to the radio station, and did the interview 45 minutes later.

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Folks, you know that I'm pulling for Ken Leach so that we'll have some representation in this district that represents the people rather than the corporations. Ken won our poll here for who we should raise money for.

Ken Leach is running this campaign on basically a shoe-string. This accident is likely to make his campaign trips that much more costly.

Though campaign finance laws prevent us from helping out Ken Leach with his personal transportation, what we can do is chip in a few bucks to the campaign so that he can arrange for car rental and gas for campaign trips.

I know that times are tough, but can you make a contribution today?

Click here to contribute

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Thoughts on Sunday Night

Links, Thoughts, and Open Thread
Posted by WhosPlayin on 2008/7/6 22:53:07 (888 reads)

My youngest son turned 8 on Saturday. We bought him a bearded dragon lizard as a pet. He's got the terrarium all set up in his room. I have no idea how to take care of a lizard, but MamaSk8z bought a book.

We spent Friday night (the 4th) at the Hilton Garden Inn, here in Lewisville. Call it our "stay-cation" (don't you hate it when the media make up new words like that?) Anyhow, I had a shitload of hotel points, and the hotel is right across the highway from where Lewisville's fireworks are set off, so we sat out by the pool and watched them.

I enjoy fireworks, and the loud booms they make, but it gets MamaSk8z very nervous. She covers her ears, and I yell "get some!"

There is something about Hilton Garden Inns that makes their breakfasts suck. Homewood Suites is another Hilton property, and I've never had a problem there. I hate it when a restaurant is pretentious and hoity-toity, but their food sucks. The eggs were undercooked, bacon was undercooked and very greasy - the serving tray had 1/2 inch of grease in the bottom. They were out of orange juice, out of glasses. They had coffee, but were out of creamer. Foiled at every turn. I think they just didn't schedule enough people to work.

I hate flossing. I have really tight teeth - so much so that the dentists have a hard time finding a scraper that will fit. Every time I floss, I bleed - a lot. My gums are all swollen now. Why after all of these years, is there not an alternative to flossing?

I hate shaving too - not only does it hurt, but it costs a fortune. Dont' get me started...

Oh yeah, the "stay-cation": we were going to go to the forests of Northern California and see the Sequoias. There is just something spiritual about touching a living being that is older than Jesus. "Stagflation" is real, and it sucks.

Last week sucked, work-wise. First, the air conditioning system in my office went out. I sat around there with it 85 degrees inside while they replaced it. I didn't hardly have shit to do though. I have this client that is just so damn busy, they can't specify work for me quickly enough. I've emailed them a zillion questions, and every few days one of them will call me or email me about something, and I get a few more minutes of billable work.

I got a job offer back in the corporate world though. Great benefits. Pay is about $15k less than what I made last year, but probably $25k more than I'm making right now. I'd also have to commute to Carrollton just about every day. I'm apprehensive. Not so much about the money, but about going back into the corporate world and leaving consulting behind. I'm used to travel. I'm used to variety. I'm used to being on the outside when it comes to company politics. I'm used to being the objective third-party who only has the company's best interest in mind, even if that means working myself out of a job. I'm concerned that I can't do that anymore if I go corporate.

But I'll be glad to have a decent paycheck again. I think I'll have my decision made by Monday night.

Last month, WhosPlayin.com had 12,287 unique visitors, and a total of 91,321 pages viewed. We raised close to $350 for breast cancer research from ads and direct solicitations. I think July and August ads will go to the "buy WhosPlayin a better camera fund". So, uh - show our sponsors some love.

I didn't make it into the Denton County Idol karaoke finals. I only entered on 2 of the 10 weeks, but the competition was tough. I'll be anxious to hear the finalists sing at Tierney's on Wednesday night. I had a bevy of groupies for awhile who voted for me and cheered me on, but I hear that one of them has a jealous boyfriend who has threatened violence, (not to me) and got tossed out, so I guess they won't be back. It's a shame that some men are so insecure as to not let their girlfriends/wives have a girls night out.

The City of Lewisville will be having another class of the Citizens Police Academy starting September 4th. It's just a series of Thursday night classes. I did the citizens fire academy this spring, so I think I might do the police academy if I can. Anyone want to join me?

More people drowned on Lewisville Lake this weekend, including a 3 year old girl this time. Hardly a holiday goes by without someone drowning out there. It's really a shame. It seems so preventable in most cases. And earlier this week a woman died after being struck by her own car on I-35, just north of Lewisville. Seems there was a chain reaction accident, and she didn't have the presence of mind to stay in her car. She was out in the center lane looking at the damage, when someone else rear-ended her car, and it ran her over. Tragic.

Well, I guess I'm just stalling. I should go to sleep now, but as usual, I hate to see the weekend end. Tomorrow will be another day of sitting around the office doing busy-work while I wait for something substantial to come in.

Peace.

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Progressive Blog Roundup

Miscellaneous
Posted by WhosPlayin on 2008/7/6 21:37:39 (858 reads)

It's Sunday night, and that means it is time for another edition of the Texas Progressive Alliance's Weekly Round-Up. The roundup is compiled each week based on submissions by TPA member bloggers. This week's round-up is compiled by Vince from Capitol Annex.

According to PDiddie at Brains and Eggs, if Chris Bell -- in his current inclination toward making a run for the Texas Senate in District 17 -- were to stand next to Italy's Leaning Tower of Pisa, it would appear to be at a 90-degree angle compared to him.

It was a week for new contributors at WhosPlayin. Kit asks a million tough questions about America's interventionism and the illusion of national security, and txdemjen expresses the frustration a lot of us have with Obama's sudden right-ward bend.

CouldBeTrue from South Texas Chisme is appalled that special prosecutor, Terry McDonald, gives former Sheriff, Michale Ratcliff, a sweet plea deal for the sexual assault of a minor supposedly under his protection.

Bay Area Houston says Governor Perry is calling for an investigation into the insurance industry.


Gary at Easter Lemming Liberal News now sees his
Pasadena neighbor Joe Horn saying he is no hero. Will he be subject to the same attacks those who have been saying that all along have experienced? Gary has been on vacation, mostly, but remains ticked off over the stupid.

Lovelie99 at McBlogger takes some time out of her busy schedule to inform us about the plight of supermodels. Apparently, there is a shortage of H-1B work visas since far too many math nerds are being imported to, you know, make stuff and stuff and program computers and stuff. And make other stuff, such as cellphones, such as. Which means there are too few supermodels who are allowed to work in the US. Well, at least the kind who are emaciated, gaunt and angular. We at McBlogger wondered if possibly there are math nerds who could do double duty. Then we laughed and laughed and laughed.

The Texas Cloverleaf wonders which is the better place to live...Collin County or New Jersey?. Forbes has the answer.

WCNews at Eye On Williamson posts the latest toll scam we'll be paying for soon, Going "Cashless" Will Cost Us All.

Off the Kuff notes a recent CNN Presidential poll and says it's not a dead heat if someone is leading.

Last week was a great one for evolutionary biology, but sucked if you happen to be a Conservapedia believer. Over at Texas Kaos Boadicea shares the tale of Conservapedia Ignoramous Schooled by Evolutionary Biologist and then discovered a sequel in which Lenski Meets the Naked Scientists.

refinish69 ponders the American Dream on the 4th of July at Doing My Part For The Left.

North Texas Liberal reports on Kim Brimer's cowardly move to keep worthy opponent Wendy Davis off the ballot in Fort Worth's SD 10.

Vince at Capitol Annex tells us about State Rep. Warren Chisum's announcement that he'll be trying again to pass legislation creating a two-year waiting period before couples can divorce.

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