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    • Obama and GOP Bicker Over Doctors' Medicare Pay
      Obama asks Republicans to OK higher Medicare fees for doctors; GOP opposes deficit spending Medicare - Barack Obama - Republican - United States - Democratic Party オバマ氏は医師の手数料[OK]を高いメディケア共和党を求める

    • Michael Tomasky: On federal agencies
      On the Lincoln thread below, I see that an expected skirmish has broken out between conservatives who say government agencies (especially under Obama) want to dictate what we can watch and read and believe and so forth, and liberals trying to argue this down.I don't know who I'll convince with this post, but I just want to write in support of your average bureaucrat, who works hard for not really much pay and who is typically very disciplined about trying to remain nonpartisan. I know several such people. They are serious and dedicated folks. They're in the jobs they're in because of their expertise and are usually sacrificing income to be there. And they are very serious about staying out of politics. I've chatted with Justice Department lawyers who you just knew were basically liberals, but if you started to talk about politics and Karl Rove or whatever (this was back in the Bush days), they got nervous and they made it clear that they didn't make political judgments. They work through Democratic and Republican administrations, and they have a code to follow, and they follow it.Today, we live in an environment such that bureaucrats who want simply to do their jobs are pegged as socialists by definition; after all, they're government, and if they try to perform the tasks assigned them, they are big government made flesh, and hence evil. It's patently insane. Read kattw at 4:03 for sound wisdom on this question.Our civic bloodstream is just so full of poisonous lies now that stating a simple truth like this, or a bureaucrat simply trying to carry out her job as the law says, is a matter of contention. It's like having to reargue whether the earth is flat or round. Or how old the earth is. Oops, sorry I brought that one up...United StatesUS domestic policyMichael Tomasky 以下のリンカーンのスレッドで、私は予想される小競り合いはオバマ、特に下の政府機関(と言う保守派の間で壊れている)を参照し、私たちが見ることができる、読み取りと信じてなどと、リベラル派このdown.Iを主張しようとして指示する誰私はこの記事で納得させるか分からないけど、私はハード本当に多く払っていない、誰の作品の平。官僚のサポートへの書き込みをしたいが、通常は非常に超党派のままにしようとして約規律です

    • Queen to visit Irish Republic by end of next year
      Visit will be first by a British monarch since George V in 1911 at time of Home Rule crisisThe Queen is to make a historic first visit to the Irish Republic before the end of next year. The last monarch to visit Ireland was George V, who went to Dublin in 1911 at the time of the Home Rule crisis, when the country was still part of the UK.The taoiseach, Brian Cowen, made the announcement after meeting David Cameron at 10 Downing Street. Cowen said there had been a clear transformation in the relationship between Ireland and Britain, which should be reflected in normal diplomatic relationships.The visit will be opposed by a number of republican dissident organisations. Republican Sinn Féin has vowed to bring demonstrators on to the streets of Dublin if the Queen visits the Irish capital.Security will be extremely tight for the groundbreaking royal visit. The last major attack in Dublin on a British establishment target was in July 1976, when the Provisional IRA assassinated the UK's ambassador to Ireland, Christopher Ewart-Biggs. He died after his car was blown up by a landmine near his residence in south Dublin.The Ewart-Biggs murder led to a crackdown in the Republic with the then Fine Gael-Labour coalition declaring a state of emergency. His widow, Jane, later declared that she had no bitterness towards the Irish people and launched a peace prize in her husband's name.The Irish National Liberation Army almost murdered his successor several years later but a bomb near his pew in Dublin's Anglican cathedral failed to detonate.Prince Charles is the most senior royal to have visited the Republic. His trip to Dublin was marked by violent demonstrations by republican groups. During protests outside Trinity College Dublin, which the prince visited, demonstrators threw potatoe 訪問は、最初のジョージ5世から英国君主によって1911年にホームルールcrisisThe女王の時点で、来年末までにアイルランド共和国の歴史の最初の訪問をすることです

    • U.S. Senate Banking Committee passes financial reform package
      The U.S. Senate banking committee on Monday approved a financial reform package aimed at overhauling the country's banking system in a bid to reduce the likelihood of another financial crisis on the level of the Great Recession. The package, written by Banking Committee Chairman Christopher Dodd, was passed by a vote of 13 to 10. All Democrats on the committee voted in favor, while all Republicans against. The bill will now proceed to the Senate floor, where it will be debated and amended ... 日、米上院銀行委員会は、大不況のレベルで、別の金融危機の可能性を減らすために、金融制度改革パッケージには、入札には国の金融システムの改革を目指した承認された

    • Michael Tomasky: Sharron Angle, the hits keep coming
      Every day brings a new surprise from Sharron Angle, the tea party/GOP Senate nominee in Nevada. From HuffPo, a recent exchange she had with a conservative radio shot:Manders: I, too, am pro life but I'm also pro choice, do you understand what I mean when I say that. Angle: I'm pro responsible choice. There is choice to abstain choice to do contraception. There are all kind of good choices. Manders: Is there any reason at all for an abortion?Angle: Not in my book.Manders: So, in other words, rape and incest would not be something -Angle: You know, I'm a Christian and I believe that God has a plan and a purpose for each one of our lives and that he can intercede in all kinds of situations and we need to have a little faith in many things.This is extreme even for America, where most conservatives agree to exceptions in those cases and when the mother's life is at risk.Nevada obviously isn't the most pro-choice state in the union, but this is a position that in recent history has been a little much even for more conservative states. In 2006, South Dakota passed a law banning nearly all abortions. The law was repealed by a voter referendum that fall.Angle's position is apparently even more extreme than South Dakota's, because it did include very limited exceptions. One has to think then that this will cost her, along with the dozens of other wacky positions she's taken, albeit that none of them is quite as unnerving as the idea that incest is part of God's plan.Meanwhile, next door in California, I heard on NPR yesterday that the Golden State has not elected a non-pro-choice senator in 30 years. Carly Fiorina is against abortion rights. You'd think that that alone, even setting aside her dismal record at Hewlett-Packard and sacking by the board, should increase Barbara Boxer 毎日がネバダ州/共和党上院議員候補シャロンアングル、お茶会から新しい驚きをもたらします

    • Tea Party movement dips in popularity
      Major poll suggests drop in support for anti-establishment rightwing US partyThe popularity of the Tea Party appears to be on the wane after more than a year of upsetting mainstream politicians, according to a Washington Post/ABC poll published today.The poll, the first major one to show support for the Tea Party going into reverse, reported that support for the anti-establishment, rightwing grassroots movement has dropped. The percentage of Americans holding an unfavourable view of the movement jumped by 11 points to 50%.But the poll may turn out to be premature, as the anti-incumbency mood across the US shows little sign of abating. The same poll showed that support for Congress was at an all-time low at 29%.The Tea Party movement, which began last year as a reaction to the high level of public spending and hostility towards Barack Obama, has over the last six months taken a series of political scalps, ousting centrist Republican candidates in a series of primaries. One of its main champions, Rand Paul, won in Kentucky last month.The movement has already forced the Republican party to move its policies to the right, even though its campaign strategists tell the leadership it has to shift into the centre to win back ground.Voters went to cast ballots in primaries in 11 states today ahead of the November mid-term elections, but few of the primaries involve high-profile Tea Party candidates, making it harder to judge whether it has stalled.In South Carolina Nikki Haley emerged as a frontrunner in the Republican primary for governorship after being endorsed by Sarah Palin, a Tea Party favourite. She has increased her popularity in state polls in spite of allegations about her sexual relations. In another governorship race, in Iowa, Palin endorsed the former governor Terry 主な調査では反体制コーヒー党の米国partyThe人気を右派の支持の低下を示唆した後の主流政治家を動揺させるのは1年以上を衰退しつつあることには、ワシントンポスト/ ABCの世論調査today.The世論調査を、公開されてによると最初に表示さ主要な1つは逆に行く、コーヒー党の支持を見るには反体制のサポートが報告、草の根運動を右。減少している

    • Dirty tactics fail to sink Indian candidate
      An Indian-American woman trying to overcome allegations of infidelity and an ethnic slur to become America's first Sikh-born governor has won a Republican primary runoff vote in the southern state of South Carolina.Nikki Haley,... インド系アメリカ人女性が、民族スラーアメリカ初のシーク生まれ知事になる不倫疑惑を克服しようとしてサウスCarolina.Nikkiヘイリー、南部の州で共和党の予備選挙決選投票を獲得しています...

    • Michael Tomasky: Pennsylvania Senate, and the question of analogies
      Pennsylvania Democrats will vote next Tuesday in a crucial Senate primary between Arlen Specter, the Republican-turned-Democrat who's trying to hold on to his incumbency, and Joe Sestak, the House member and Navy veteran challenging him. The winner will face GOPer Pat Toomey, a pretty hard-right anti-tax candidate.TPM has a good summary of the state of play here. Basically, some polls just came out showing that Sestak might be ahead. Other polls looking toward the general show that Sestak has at least basically caught up with Specter against Toomey, though both trail him by a few points.Sestak released an ad that you can watch here about Specter's party switch. If seeing George W. Bush again makes you want to drink strychnine, it's pretty devastating. Specter couldn't possibly look more oleaginous. This ad will be shown to budding future politics as a reminder that in this day and age they need to watch every word they say and watch how they say it.If Sestak wins, the media will draw instant parallels with what just happened to Bob Bennett in Utah, on the mere basis that it's another incumbent being tossed out by moblike angry primary voters.It's a pretty superficial comparison, I think, because it's just not as if Pennsylvania Democrats - who as we recall from the 2008 primary are not flaming liberals but largely blue-collar, moderate-to-liberal voters - are the left-wing equivalent of the tea party. It's a totally different dynamic.And this raises this larger question of comparisons and analogies. It's one of the running clashes on our comment threads, as you know, that I write something about the right, and conservatives always counter with some vaguely similar thing about the left, but usually the two aren't really very similar upon inspection.I'd like to lift this ペンシルベニア州民主党は来週の火曜日アーレンスペクター、共和党出身の民主党彼の在任期間に保持しようとしている、とジョーSestak、ハウスのメンバーと海軍のベテラン、彼に挑戦間の重要な上院選挙で投票する

    • US primaries: Harry Reid shouldn't be smug about Sharron Angle lead | Michael Tomasky
      Let's just dive right in. I start my analysis of yesterday's voting across 12 states in Nevada, because what happened there last night sets up what is certain to be one of the most-watched contests of November.The Democratic incumbent will be Harry Reid, the Senate majority leader. And yesterday GOP voters decided to nominate the right-most of three candidates, Sharron Angle, who was the Tea Party movement's preferred candidate. Reid had trailed in polls against all three Republican contenders for a long time, probably as a result of the state's economy and the role he played in passing the healthcare bill, which wasn't popular in this purple state that Barack Obama narrowly carried in 2008.But lately, as voters have gotten a closer look at the Republicans, Reid has gone up in the polls. He surely loves last night's outcome, as Gary Younge noted. There's lot of fodder in some of Angle's positions and associations, such as her support for a radical-right association of law-enforcement officials who take an oath refusing to enforce any laws they deem unconstitutional.Reid shouldn't be smug. He leads Angle only by about six points and he's under 50%. And he's charged with running the Democrats' national agenda in the Senate, which might not always be so popular in his home state. This will be one of the top races in the country this fall, maybe the most closely watched one of all.The second-biggest story from yesterday is out of Arkansas, where Blanche Lincoln held on to defeat an intra-party challenge from Bill Halter. National unions threw $10m at defeating Lincoln, a centrist-conservative Democrat, and a Halter victory was widely expected as of yesterday afternoon. But Lincoln won by four points.Bill Clinton came into his old state hard for Lincoln, and the incumbent al そこに昨夜何が起こったかので、私は、ネバダ州の12州に昨日の投票の私の分析を開始インチはLet 。。u0026#39;sだけのダイビング権利が自分の11月、民主党現職のハリーリードされるの最も注目されるコンテストであることが確実である、設定上院多数党院内総務

    • Michael Tomasky: American public a bunch of crazy socialists
      Fascinating new poll I spotted via Greg Sargent shows that the American people are evidently a bunch of nutty left-wingers. Except for the predictable minority who aren't.The poll is from Gallup on what people think would constitute sensible energy/environmental policies. Now, to start with, it does turn out that 66% people still support offshore drilling but they are basically evenly divided between those who want to do more exploration for new wells and those who want to keep extant operations going but that's it. Only 22% want to ban it all.So far so reasonable. Now is where we get into the communistic part:Do you want to require utilities to expand renewables? Yes 87, No 9.Do you want tougher efficiency standards? Yes 78, No 17.Do you want limits on CO2? Yes 66, No 29.Do you want more oil, coal and gas exploration? Yes 68, No 26.Do you want more nuclear power? Yes 50, No 42.Okay. The real message here is that people want more energy, even the dirty kind, but they think the government should place limits on CO2. They're a little dubious of nuclear, but they want more power, starting with renewables. I'd like to meet that 9% eh? Actually, on second thought...Finally there's this. Is it more important to keep energy prices low or protect the environment?All: Environment 56, low prices 37.Dems: Env. 68, low 28.Indies: Env. 59, low 32.Reps: Low 52, env. 41.So the Republicans are out of step with the rest of the country, which says by substantial majorities that they'd pay higher prices for a better environment. Just like substantial majorities typically supported a public option, remember.To sum up then. Majorities of Americans want renewables, CO2 reductions, higher efficiency; and will pay higher prices.What are the odds the energy bill that comes out of the Senate in 私はグレッグサージェント経由で発見新しい投票を魅惑的な、アメリカ人は明らかにナッツ左右翼の束を示しています

    • Cheney hospitalized after feeling ill
      Former US vice president Dick Cheney, who has had a long history of heart problems, remained in hospital Saturday after he checked in with unspecified health complaints, his spokesman said.He is not expected to be discharged until next week.It was not immediately clear whether the latest hospitalization was related to his past heart troubles, which saw the 69-year-old Republican hawk suffer his fifth heart attack since 1978 in late February. 彼は不特定の健康の苦情でチェック後に元米副大統領ディックチェイニー副大統領は、心臓の問題の長い歴史を持って、病院で土曜日、彼のスポークスマンsaid.Heは、次のweek.Itはすぐに明確ではなかったまで排出されることが期待されていません残ったかどうかを、最新の入院は69歳の共和党タカ派を見た彼の過去の心の悩みに2月下旬に1978年以来、5回目の心臓発作に苦しむ関連していた

    • Dick Cheney hospitalised
      WASHINGTON - Former Vice President Dick Cheney was admitted to the hospital on Friday after experiencing discomfort, the latest health scare for the 69-year-old Republican leader who has a long history of heart disease.Cheney... 【ワシントン - 元チェイニー副大統領、病院に金曜日に不快感を経験した後入院、心臓disease.Cheneyの長い歴史を持つ69歳の共和党リーダーの最新の健康上の不安...

    • Michael Tomasky: What's next in the Senate
      The WashPost has a good rundown this morning of what comes next in the Senate. The language of the so-called reconciliation patch is here. As you can see it covers a range of issues, some that Obama brought up when he proposed his plan on Feb. 22, like closing the donut-hole completely, and then of course the longer-standing differences between the Senate and House versions, especially on revenue.From the Post:A small group of senators and staffers is expected to gather Monday with the Senate parliamentarian to determine whether a tax on high-cost insurance policies would affect the Social Security trust fund, and whether that would violate prohibitions against altering Social Security through the reconciliation process. Republicans say a ruling on their side could short-circuit the process, but Democrats are confident about their provision. The story doesn't go into the nitty-gritty, but as I get it it's like this. The bill will tax family plans above $27,500. The expectation is that insurers will simply reduce the cost of those plans to avoid tax. When they do so, they (and employers who buy their plans) will be reducing the employee's benefits. Therefore, employers might choose to compensate employees with higher salaries. Higher salaries means higher taxes, including higher Social Security taxes. Therefore, this Republican argument goes, the bill will affect the Soc Sec trust fund.That's a lot of if's. And if (that's another one!) the parliamentarian buys this argument, then Republicans could well succeed in forcing a change to the Senate bill, which the House would then have to vote on again. So it's complicated. But the bill passed last night will be law as soon as Obama signs it, tomorrow maybe. Nothing that happens in the Senate can change that. The only thing a WashPost良い荒廃、次に何が上院で来るのは今朝しています

    • Michael Tomasky: Primary day and what to watch
      Here are two pretty good round-ups, from Politics Daily and Politico.The obvious races to watch are the Arkansas Democratic Senate run-off, the South Carolina GOP gubernatorial primary (in which the temptress will probably win but with less than 50%, forcing a run-off) and the California races.But I say watch the result in the GOP House primary in Virginia's fifth congressional district, described on page three of the Politico report above. It's for the right to face a vulnerable and new Democratic incumbent and there's an establishment Republican and a tea-party type going at each other. Politico makes this sound close, but I read elsewhere that the establishment candidate, Robert Hurt, has opened up a lead and should win, though it's possible that a tea-party candidate could run on a third line in November.In general, I'm not sure today's elections have much to tell us about national trends. Lots of factors in these races look pretty state-specific or race-specific to me. But as you know already, I'm the Anti-Pattern Pundit.US midterm elections 2010Michael Tomaskyguardian.co.uk © Guardian News & Media Limited 2010 | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds ここでは政治毎日とPolitico.The明らかレースから2かなり良いラウンドアップは、見てているアーカンソー民主党上院が流出、サウスカロライナ州共和党知事プライマリ(この誘惑は、おそらく勝つだろうが、50%未満で、 )と私はバージニア州の5選挙区での共和党下院選挙での結果を、3ページポリティコレポート上で説明を見ると言うカリフォルニアraces.But実行をオフに強制します

    • Michael Tomasky: Alvin Greene, regional man of mystery
      There's buzz in my circles this afternoon about Alvin Greene, the new Democratic nominee to face GOP Senator Jim DeMint in South Carolina, whose triumphant victory smartypants54 cleverly referred to this morning.Read this interview with the candidate. It's rather interesting stuff, and not only (or remotely chiefly) for his dream of a democratic, unified Korea.The suspicion is afoot that Greene's candidacy was a GOP plant. Apparently there's historical precedent:In the early '90s, a Republican strategist was prosecuted and forced to pay a fine when he was found to have coaxed an unemployed black fisherman into running in a primary race to increase white turnout at the polls in a Lowcountry congressional race. The political operative paid the man's filing fee.And remember, this is the home state of Lee Atwater and the state where rumors that he'd fathered a black child helped do in John McCain.Not that South Carolina has anything like a monopoly on this sort of thing. Them big-city folk do it too. One standard trick in New York City, for some reason most prevalent in Latino districts, is to pay to put someone on the ballot with the same last name as your main opponent, so that there are two candidates named Lopez or whatever.Anyway, the state Dem chair is now trying to get Greene to stand down, owing to his arrest a few months ago for allegedly showing a dirty picture to a University of South Carolina student. I'm not even sure why that's illegal, now that I think about it, unless the student was 17. In any case it's not necessarily a qualification for the US Senate.US midterm elections 2010South CarolinaMichael Tomaskyguardian.co.uk © Guardian News & Media Limited 2010 | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds また話題が私の界でアルバングリーン、新しい民主党候補については、この日の午後サウスカロライナ、その意気揚々と勝利を巧みにこの候補者とこのインタビューmorning.Readと呼ばsmartypants54での共和党上院議員、ジムデミントに直面している

    • Michael Tomasky: Awesomest political ad
      Go to Rick Barber's website and watch in awe this completely insane and sorta scary but admittedly pretty brilliant ad.Barbar is a GOP candidate for the House of Representatives from Alabama's second congressional district. He finished second in the recent primary and forced a July 13 run-off. With advertising like this, he could win.Then he'd face a Democratic incumbent named Bobbie Bright. Bright has voted against anything Obama has come within miles of, needless to say, but a Democrat in Alabama is not exactly safe, so it seems possible that this man actually could end up in Congress.Someone needs to tell him that life in Congress isn't like life in the television commercials and there aren't going to be stentorian men in funny hats willing to follow him into battle. Just a lot of tedious hearings and getting familiar with things like agriculture policy, that is if he bothers, and then figuring out that it's likely to take him at least 10 years to have the remotest impact on anything, by which time he'll be either bored to tears or (from the looks of this ad) homicidal. Anyway it's massively entertaining.US midterm elections 2010AlabamaMichael Tomaskyguardian.co.uk © Guardian News & Media Limited 2010 | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds リック理容室のWebサイトや時計、この完全に正気とみかん怖いが確かにかなり素晴らしいad.Barbar畏敬の移動アラバマ州で2番目選挙区から下院の共和党候補である

    • Michael Tomasky: Israel and Congress
      If you wonder sometimes why it's so hard to change US policy toward Israel, consider this confluence of events.Bibi Netanyahu announced yesterday that Israel is easing the blockade. In the meantime, Aipac has released a letter that circulated Friday that 85 senators signed on to urging Obama to stand tall with Israel and face down the UN if it gets up to making a new set of demands on Israel. The letter justifies the blockade thus:We fully support Israel's right to self-defense. In response to thousands of rocket attacks on Israel from Hamas terrorists in Gaza, Israel took steps to prevent items which could be used to support these attacks from reaching Gaza. Israel's naval blockade, which is legal under international law, allows Israel to keep dangerous goods from entering Gaza by sea. The intent of the measures is to protect Israel, while allowing humanitarian aid into Gaza.In other words, exactly while Israel is slightly softening its position, the vast majority of US senators signs a letter defending the old position. Aipac has a strong hold on the US Congress, and that will not change. In fact, the more a presidential administration shows signs of wanting to make demands of Israel, the stronger that hold gets.The list of signatories is here. Every Republican signed except Jim Bunning of Kentucky, and the Democrats who didn't sign are mostly liberals who feel secure in breaking from the Aipac position and have sometimes done so in the past (John Kerry, Russ Feingold, Chris Dodd) or who represent states that don't have many Jewish voters (Jay Rockefeller of you know where). Meanwhile Obama and Bibi are meeting again July 6.US CongressIsraelMichael Tomaskyguardian.co.uk © Guardian News & Media Limited 2010 | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Condition あなたは時々、なぜそれが一生懸命、イスラエルに対する米国の政策を変更するかしら場合は、events.Bibiネタニヤフこの合流は21日、イスラエルが封鎖を緩和することを発表しました検討します

    • Michael Tomasky: McChrystal resigning, says CNN
      Just breaking right now, 5 pm east coast time:General Stanley McChrystal has submitted has submitted his resignation, an unnamed source has told Time magazine. CNN tweeted news of the resignation. More details to follow.Apparently Joe Klein told CNN this around 4:40 pm. Joe would know, I'd think. He's been heavy on top of all things Afghanistan. Here's a page from CNN's blog with a little bit more. It's a break for Obama in that it obviously saves Obama having to make the call. Of course maybe he did make the call in private. Whether the White House told the general that he was going to be canned and they'd let him save face by resigning, we don't yet know.Remember - this is all happening right on the verge of the supposed big Kandahar offensive. The best argument against McChrystal leaving was that, and the general parlous condition of an effort that isn't going well and is supposed to end, or start ending, within a year. They need to get someone in that job fast, and someone who doesn't need to spend another three months reviewing the situation.This is certainly one for the history books. It's not quite up there with Truman and MacArthur, because MacArthur was far more subordinate over a longer period. But it's close. Maybe it will lead to some kind of more general reassessment of the civ-mil balance of power, which has tilted strongly in the military's direction in recent years because Democrats are too timid to take them on and Republicans are less inclined to. We'll see. In the meantime, a stunning day. And certainly one of the biggest deals in the history of Rolling Stone magazine, up there with their Patty Hearst coverage, or bigger.Obama administrationAfghanistanMichael Tomaskyguardian.co.uk © Guardian News & Media Limited 2010 | Use of this content is subj ちょうど今、午後5時東海岸時間:一般的なスタンレーMcChrystalを提出した速報は、『タイム』誌に語ったが、彼の辞任を、匿名の情報筋に提出した

    • Just wondering | Michael Tomasky
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