No, it's not about your local gas station not getting a loan from its bank to keep it in business. It is far more insidious. It's about hundreds of millions of TARP dollars being spent on oil speculation.
It's just wrong that Mike Bloomberg says it was too late to put a voter referendum on the ballot this November when it was the Mayor himself who stalled for nine months putting it on this November ballot.
New York is not Toledo. The bench is deep. Eight million people living in this city and only one can serve as mayor? New Yorkers need to get to know some of the other good people working in the five boroughs.
Who's going to feel the wrath of UAL shareholder lawsuits? There's Tribune Co., which has nearly $13 billion in debt, and then there's Google, one of the richest and most profitable companies on the globe.
Palin's peanut-sized political past disqualifies her a job as large, and serious, as Vice President. Is McCain simply swapping pantsuits because he believes women are dispensable and merely arm pieces?