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  •  they never ask about what I care about (1+ / 0-)
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    •  Forgot that was Susie ... (1+ / 0-)
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      RunawayRose

      Honestly, I think that was a powerful question / issue / challenge that was both merited and valuable to express.

      Also, as per Chris Bowers' front page post, there were good questions in the session.

      Blogging regularly at Get Energy Smart NOW! for a sustainable energy future.

      by A Siegel on Tue Feb 15, 2011 at 11:05:31 AM PST

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      •  to me it was an embarrassing (1+ / 0-)
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        radical simplicity

        affirmation of the self-centered and childish nature of the netroots - as well as being an endorsement of a grotesquely sexist cliche.

        Aside from the final question on nuclear, there was not a single question that could not have been predicted before the proposal was published.

        Questions that could have been asked

        How much is directly and indirectly due to wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and is that a sustainable expense?

        what's the mortgage deduction limit about?

        How hard will WH push for ending subsidies of oil companies?

        Why should the tax credit for foreign taxes be preserved?

        What's going to be done about right people tax avoidance and isn't putting the UBS whistle blower in jail sending the wrong message?

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