Feb 202010

I must apologize. I usually post the Friday Night Cartoons at 5 p.m. CT each Friday. However, with all that was going on yesterday… the sore loser Russian figure skater dude (if he weren’t Russian, I’d swear he was a Republican), Tiger Woods, the climate changing and all… the day kind of got away. Here it is Saturday already. Oh, well, better late than never, they say. Click and enjoy.

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As always, our thanks go to the talented and observant cartoonists who, each week, help us smile through the pain.

Weekly Address 02-20-10

 Posted by at 10:05  Politics
Feb 202010

From the White House weblog:

President Barack Obama used his weekly address to call on Democratic and Republican leaders to attend next week’s health care meeting in good faith to find reforms that work for American families and small businesses. With several health insurance companies announcing steep hikes in their rates – from 10 to over 30 percent – it is clear that the status quo, while good for the insurance industry, is bad for the American people. After a year of exhaustive debate, it is time to move forward on reform.

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The transcript of the president’s weekly address, as prepared for delivery, is available after the break.

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