Ten Headlines I Would Like to See in 2013

Posted on December 12, 2012 by

1) Obama Stuffs Republicans

               Once Again, President Outsmarts Opponents

 

2) Wages Rise as Unemployment Drops

               Workers Make Gains After Decades of Decline

 

3) Elizabeth Warren – Superstar Senator

               Progressive Populist Considers White House Bid

 

4) Momentum Builds for Sarah Palin

               GOP Base May Have Found Hero

 

5) Supremes Bless Gay Marriage

               Conservative Justices Site States Rights

 

6) Administration Tackles Climate Change

               Bold Steps by EPA

 

7) Latino Vote Grows in Texas

               An End to Right Wing Dominance?

 

8) Unions Roll-Out Massive Organizing Plan

               New Strategy Called “Game-Changer”

 

9) “Obamacare” Phase-In Wins Converts

                Skeptical Americans Now Approve ACA

 

10) Democrats Aim to Re-Take House

               Extreme Conservatives Running for Cover

Comments (6)

 

  1. DK McLeod says:

    How about “Elite Fraud Banksters Finally Go To Jail?”, thereby restoring trust, belief and credibility in our legal, political and economic systems, both here and abroad?

  2. Bruce says:

    Headlines I’d like to see:

    Fox News Vows Not To Change a Thing: Will Keep Same Format, Same Guests and Same Condescending Attitude

    Tea Party Says, “No” is our mantra for the next four years.

    Dick Cheney Finaly Succumbs: Lack of Heart Blamed for Demise of Former VP

  3. 10) Democrats Aim to Re-Take WHITE House

    (because the war monger and drone killer and drug warrior in the White House now is far from a Democrat)

  4. Michael Chesler says:

    “Republican Party Concedes to Science”
    “Newt Gingrich claims science might have some validity” ..On a wide range of issues issues from the dangers of passive cigarette smoke to global warming , from evolution, creationism, the big bang theory, to pollution.
    Republicans will now move to change the party platform

  5. BobP says:

    How about:
    “Both the House and Senate pass meaningful ethical reforms” …with virtual guarantees that their votes will not be influenced by lobbyists or special interests.

  6. Thomas J. Mackell, Jr. says:

    Congress finally figures out that their dysfunction is anti-American. They truly want to destroy the country.

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