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Executive Producers and 300 Club members: Joshua Gertzen, Richard Hrazanek, John Schumann
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Art By: Jesse Anderson

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  1. Gator says:

    George W Obama….luv it.

  2. jbenson2 says:

    Obama the Neocon.

  3. BigBoyBC says:

    I’m Starting With The Man In The Mirror
    I’m Asking Him To Change His Ways
    And No Message Could Have Been Any Clearer
    If You Wanna Make The World A Better Place

    Take A Look At Yourself, And Then Make A Change

  4. TooManyPuppies says:

    What the hell does a waffle cookie have to do with NPR?

  5. DoItOnceProperly says:

    Mirror, mirror on the wall, Who’s the fairest of them all.

    (pun intended – I like the guy)

  6. Shapey Fiend says:

    Speaking of which does anybody mirror the mp3 downloads of No Agenda? My college firewall always blocks podshow.com

  7. Taxed Enough Already Dude says:

    Elected in 2006, Congresswoman Michele Bachmann is the first Republican woman to be elected to the U.S. House of Representatives from Minnesota. In only her first term, Congresswoman Bachmann developed a reputation as a “principled reformer” who stays true to her conservative beliefs while pushing for real reform of the broken ways of Washington. And, her strong advocacy for her constituents earned her a second term in Congress in November 2008.

    She is a leading advocate for bipartisan earmark reform and tax relief and is a staunch opponent of wasteful government spending. She is among the leaders in the U.S. House pushing for increased energy exploration in the U.S. to provide much needed relief at the pump for hard-working Americans and put our nation on the path to energy independence.

    Prior to serving in the U.S. Congress, Bachmann served in the Minnesota State Senate. She was elected to the Minnesota State Senate in 2000 where she championed the Taxpayers Bill of Rights. And, prior to that, Bachmann spent five years as a federal tax litigation attorney, working on hundreds of civil and criminal cases. That experience solidified Bachmann’s strong support for efforts to simplify the Tax Code and reduce tax burdens on family and small business budgets.

    Congresswoman Bachmann currently sits on the Financial Services Committee. This committee is tasked with the oversight of numerous financial sectors including housing, real estate and banking. This also gives the Congresswoman keen insight into the housing crisis and credit crunch, leading her to be a staunch opponent of the taxpayer-funded bailout of Wall Street. The 6th Congressional District of Minnesota contains parts of six counties, stretching from Stillwater past St. Cloud, including suburbs of the Twin Cities, which encompasses one of the nation’s largest financial services sectors, making Congresswoman Bachmann’s position on the Financial Services Committee particularly important.

    Congresswoman Bachmann is a graduate of Anoka High School and Winona State University. Bachmann and her husband, Marcus, live in Stillwater where they own a small business mental health care practice that employs 42 people. The Bachmanns have five children, Lucas, Harrison, Elisa, Caroline, and Sophia. In addition, the Bachmanns have opened their home to 23 foster children, which has inspired Congresswoman Bachmann to become one of Congress’ leading advocates for foster and adopted children, earning her bipartisan praise for her efforts.

    Contrast this last to Progressive Obama who can’t even help his half brother George who lives in a hut, in Kenya, but who had the unmitigated gall to quote the Bible about being his brothers keeper.

  8. Taxed Enough Already Dude says:

    When the Tea Party opposed Obama’s Porkulous, and Obamacare, the media said our opposition to Obama was racist.

    How is it Nadar and crew aren’t racist for opposing Obama’s militarism?

    Where’s the outrage?

  9. 1873 Colt says:

    I still prefer Bush to the toad in the office now. How the HELL did we get stuck with Obama? Look to the way the media all got chills up their legs.

    I choke on these words…. but I would have prefered Hillary.

    My real preference would have been Romney.

  10. Axl says:

    Pristine cover art! One of the best!

  11. Benjamin says:

    Why are we at war with Libya? We spent $100 million on missiles alone. And why do they need to blow up tanks when they are only enforcing a no-fly zone?

    Obama’s war doesn’t advance US interests, doesn’t kill terrorists, and costs lots of money. Bush’s wars at least killed terrorists.

  12. Ah_Yea says:

    1873 Colt:

    Amen.

  13. green says:

    The 8 years between attacks in iraq and libya have to do with the sun. Equinox time. 8 is the sun worshipers number – that black 8 pointed sun that’s been showing up in lots movies, disney included.

    Obamas logo designers (Sol Sender) were going for the Ra theme during his campaign.