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March 23, 2011NewsComments

Nate Dogg transitions to the other side; the U.S. could be one step closer to war with Libya; and the state of Michigan wants a dictator to make all financial decisions.  The battle starts now.


Time to give an old G, Nate Dogg his props

You might want to pour a libation in honor of legendary West Coast singer, Nate Dogg who passed away at the age of 41 on March 15, 2011.  Nate suffered from health complications following strokes in 2007 and 2008.  The g-funk master sang the hook on numerous classics including his major hit with Warren G, "Regulate."  The commenter below is truly emotional over the passing and he even turns on the hosting site for not making Nate the top story of the day.

"I wasn't gone say nothing but u mother******* at mto ain't about [EXPLETIVE] wit ur reporting and the headlines suck at how u announced it then u put up bull**** over real [EXPLETIVE] sorry sons of b******"

Source: www.mediatakeout.com

Commenter: wungone


This could mean war

The U.N. Security Council recently passed a resolution that would authorize "all necessary measures" to protect civilians from Moammar Qaddafi's military in Libya.  U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton went so far as to note that the U.N. no-fly zone over Libya would include, "...bombing targets like the Libyan defense systems."  While the cause seems honorable of protecting innocent people not everyone believes that this step was necessary or wise as it may lead to greater U.S. military involvement and possibly, war.

"Yay another war, another war president, and another big heaping of 'Blowback' headed our way."

Source: www.huffingtonpost.com

Commenter:  Lego87


Michigan likes dictators

If Michigan lawmakers have their way they will follow Wisconsin as yet another state aiming to limit the bargaining rights of unions.  The state is close to passing a bill that would appoint an "emergency manger," with the power to fire local elected officials, eliminate services including whole cities or school districts and more without any need for public input.  I agree with the commenter below that this sounds more like a dictatorship than a democracy.

"What we are witnessing my friends is the death of democracy and the rise of a dictatorship. As I have said before, these politicians have spent a lot of effort on distracting the American public through scapegoating so that they can be free to do as they want. This governor as well as gov. Walker has no interest in the public they are supposed to serve they are only looking after their own interests and the interests of their friends."

Source: www.cbs.com

Commenter: NYLV

March 23, 2011NewsComments