|June 03, 2013||State Medicaid Expansion Policies Will Exclude Poorest||no comments|
|June 01, 2013||Spotlighting The Dark Side of Tupelo MS: Fischer's Breadwinners...||no comments|
|May 27, 2013||Spotlighting The Dark Side Of Tupelo MS: American Family Association Makes Anti-Gay Movie||no comments|
|May 25, 2013||Fischer: Boy Scouts Are Now Boy Sodomizers Of America||no comments|
|May 25, 2013||Spotlighting The Dark Side Of Tupelo MS: Brian Fischer Flashback Chances Of Boy Scouts Voting To ...||no comments|
|May 21, 2013||Oh, Mommies, Don't Let Your Kids Grow Up to Be Republicans||no comments|
|May 18, 2013||"Bachmann Wants To Repeal Obamacare"--Viewer's Quote Shared||no comments|
|May 14, 2013||Minnesota Senate Passes Gay Marriage...||no comments|
|May 12, 2013||White Wash--Race And The Republicans--NY Magazine||no comments|
|May 11, 2013||Tupelo's "Dark Side" Protests Disney Gay Days||no comments|
WASHINGTON — The refusal by about half the states to expand Medicaid will leave millions of poor people ineligible for government-subsidizedhealth insurance under President Obama’s health care law even as many others with higher incomes receive federal subsidies to buy insurance.
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But, I thought I heard the Dark Siders say they LOVED Gay People and always have?--ABratt
It's not difficult at all to understand why Tupelo, MS an otherwise All American City, has its own "Dark Side."
Oklahoma Senators Jim Inhofe Tom Coburn, Face Difficult Options Disaster Relief
"Sens. Jim Inhofe and Tom Coburn, both Republicans, are fiscal hawks who have repeatedly voted against funding disaster aid for other parts of the country. They also have opposed increased funding for the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), which administers federal disaster relief."
Could this deadly tornado have been God's Wrath being poured out on the Republican controlled state of Oklahoma? I would certainly say it could well be!--ABratt
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By the way, Tupelo Rep. Allan Nonelee is also a Conservative member of the House.
"Bachman and the so called conservatives in the house have cost
the American tax payer over 50 million dollars using the house
for political gain instead of doing the work of We the People.
37 times have they passed a bill to repeal the ACA knowing its
the law and repeal doesnt stand a chance of being made into
law." --Reader comment.
Minnesota Senate Passes Gay Marriage...
Now, I Wonder: could it be that as Minnesota goes, so goes Mississippi?--ABratt
“When you start talking about race and the Republican Party, Republicans tend to say the following things. First, they tell you that most Republicans are not bigots (true) and that Democrats can be bigots, too (also true). Then you’re reminded that during the decades when southern segregationists made their home in the Democratic Party, Republicans were instrumental in founding the NAACP, in 1909; a Republican chief justice (Earl Warren) presided over Brown v. Board of Education, in 1954; a Republican president (Eisenhower) called in troops to desegregate Little Rock’s schools, in 1957; and another Republican president (Nixon) created the first federal affirmative-action program with teeth. (All true.)” –Frank Rich