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‘Left, Right & Center’: Mortgage Moratoriums and Midterm Madness

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Posted on Oct 8, 2010
Left, Right & Center
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Truthdig’s own Robert Scheer schools listeners about the mortgage mess and the need for a moratorium on foreclosures in the opening minutes of this week’s “Left, Right & Center.” Tony Blankley joins him for a discussion about that still-timely topic, plus the upcoming midterm elections and Gen. Jim Jones’ departure from the White House on Friday.  —KA


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By archivesDave, October 9, 2010 at 9:36 pm Link to this comment

Bob and TD Administration:
If you see Jesse Ventura as the guy to get behind for an Independent run for Prez in 2012, we need to begin NOW to coax him or commence a grass roots draft movement.
Of course we all can just continue to bitch, rant and moan thruout four more yrs of Obama/Clinton or Romney/ *****.
It’s hard to believe but the election for the next prez is only TWO YEARS AWAY! ...It will take that long if we have ANY hope at all to wrest this country from the collusive tentacles of the Global Corpsters, Banksters, Dems, and Republicans, n’est pas?

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