Archive for August 4th, 2009

by jhwygirl

Cat’s out of the bag…way out of the bag and running down the road like its tail is on fire, so what the hell.

4&20 hears, via 3,000 emails, tweets and phone calls that Obama’s coming to Bozeman on August 14th, with his lovely wife Michelle, to attend a town hall meeting at an airport hanger and then head down to Big Sky to meet with (at least) Senators Max Baucus and Jon Tester for the weekend.

That’s all I got, but there it is.

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by jhwygirl

Spend a day out and about, and all kinds of things happening.

Looks like President Clinton pulled off an impressive feat considering all the efforts that have been undertaken to attempt to free U.S. journalists Laura Ling and Euna Lee.

From President Clinton spokesman (and Missoulian Bozemanite) Matt McKenna:

President Clinton has safely left North Korea with Laura Ling and Euna Lee. They are en route to Los Angeles where Laura and Euna will be reunited with their families.

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by JC

Sometimes a picture–or an editorial cartoon–is worth a thousand words. Or more.

by jhwygirl

Pogie’s got the story.

Ol’ Representative Rehberg – he’s against the stimulus, unless, of course, he’s out-and-about the state passing out checks.

Do I think it’s a raw deal handed down to the mine? Yep.

The point here is this: Rep. Dennis Rehberg is against government intervention in the market place. Think health care and health insurance reform, folks. But Rehberg’s all for government intervention when it comes to saving the Stillwater mine.

He didn’t want to save the auto industry and it’s millions of jobs (direct and indirect)…but let’s have the feds step in and save 1,300 jobs at the Stillwater mine.

Explain to me, someone, his logic?

As I see it, government intervention is good when he say it’s good and it’s politically advantageous.

And it’s bad when he say’s it’s bad and it’s politically advantageous.

It’s all about what sounds good, not what’s right. What’s the proper talking point? ‘Cause that’s where Denny’ll be.

At least he’s predictable. That’s our Rehberg.




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