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  • With the White Houe pushing $300 billion in Medicare reimbursement cuts through the so-called "doc fix" and Democratic Senator Dick Durbin reportedly willing to accept $400 billion in cuts, it's entirely possible that the Democrats will squander this political windfal.

    Richard (RJ) Eskow: America's Real Radicals: The 40 Extremist Senators Who Voted Against Medicare

  • More like a laundry list for making the world one big Oligarch. and 2 – the oil windfal profits tax has been bantered around on a national basis since last week.

    Think Progress » Powerline: ‘So Inane As to Defy Categorization’

  • Heyjoe1 he could put aq windfal profits tax on the oil companies, he could nationalize the oil industry and have it run by the department of Energy instead of multi national companies, that would make gasoline about 70 cents a gallon but then you still would not be happy.....

    msnbc.com: Top msnbc.com headlines

  • That writer is said to have occupied twenty years in the composition of his poem on the Birth of the Saviour, for which he probably did not receive a sixth part of the sum paid to him for his hexastic on Venice; and so he deserved this little windfal, which came out of the pocket of a Government rich enough to pay it ten times over.

    The Lucasta Poems

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