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You hear me? I said iTunes!

So that's really easy, right? No more excuses, then? You'll start listening? Good!

Well, like I said, for the time being, the show is becoming an ongoing seminar series on Senate rules reform. Check in with us each day for a between-the-lines reading of what's being reported, and all the detail, background and weedy stuff that the traditional media just can't give you. It's like a kind of Radio Free Senate, beaming out the good stuff to anyone brave enough to tune in and learn more.

Damn, we're practically national heroes!

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  •  good morning! (4+ / 0-)
    The Commission as a whole does not take a position on which
    view (ACA/Obamacare works or does not work to control costs) is correct, but we agree that Congress and the President must be vigilant in keeping health care spending under control and should take further actions if the growth in spending continues at current rates.
    Deficit commission non-report still not a reasonable budget compromise (Joan McCarter, Apr 2011)

    Medicare: Why is it on the table? (Greg Dworkin Aug 2011)

    Medicare: What can we do about it? (Greg Dworkin Aug 2011)

    "Politics is the art of looking for trouble, finding it everywhere, diagnosing it incorrectly and applying the wrong remedies." - Groucho Marx

    by Greg Dworkin on Fri Nov 30, 2012 at 06:08:17 AM PST

  •  JOAN! (0+ / 0-)

    Nice to hear retired Sen. Simpspn doesn't like Social Security. with his pre-1984 federal retirement and all.

    Pray for the dead and fight like hell for the living~~Mother Jones

    by CA Berkeley WV on Fri Nov 30, 2012 at 06:29:40 AM PST

  •  yesterday's show was absolutely spectacular (3+ / 0-)

    i was not sure where you were going until you got there, but when you got there I was applauding and cheering.  I am helping your Stitcher stats by making DK radio one of my favorites and by giving the thumbs up to individual shows as I did for yesterday's show.

    I'm still on the fence about filibuster reform because I don't know what they are going about the problem of extending a talking filibuster through repeated quorum calls.  Sheldon Whitehouse told me at NN12 that they were planning to get around that problem but so far I have not seen any details anywhere.

    anyway, i hope you sent a link to yesterday's show to every D member of the Senate (not just Levin and McCaskill et al.) and to Jennifer Steinhauer.

    I agree that we must find a way to make your institutional memory more widely available.  is there a dK diary detailing all this stuff?

    i apologize for not listening live but I have gotten used to watching CurrentTV in the morning when I am home...

    keep up the fantastic work!  w00t!!!

    "Politics is like driving. To go backward put it in R. To go forward put it in D."
    Four More Years! How sweet it is!!!

    by TrueBlueMajority on Fri Nov 30, 2012 at 06:40:24 AM PST

  •  Thank you! Thank you! (1+ / 0-)
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    TrueBlueMajority

    We just KNEW that you saying the background of your insanely gifted knowledge of the congressional rules innards would be worth it's weight in Fort Knox Gold!  You also made me feel better - more than a decade ago C-SPAN had these quasi publications explaining the rules which I ordered and then read. What I was missing were the examples of when the rules were deployed and when in real life.

    I obsessively watch C-SPAN because as a kid I fell in love with the weird way the senators talked during Watergate.  This channel came on where I could have study.  It was a foreign language albeit supposedly English.  I learned that my friend was equal to the southern Bless Your Heart!

    Great radio!!!!!

    PS - Geeky Gal :)

    Every time history repeats itself, the price goes up...East Wing Rules

    by Pithy Cherub on Fri Nov 30, 2012 at 08:09:00 AM PST

    •  i love C-SPAN too (0+ / 0-)

      I used to watch it all the time when they made a more consistent effort to be nonpartisan.

      now every time Greta says "Democrat Party" I cringe.  She cannot get through a show without saying it at least once, so it's not a slip up.  It's the way she talks, and she thinks it is just fine, and we all know what that shibboleth signifies.

      "Politics is like driving. To go backward put it in R. To go forward put it in D."
      Four More Years! How sweet it is!!!

      by TrueBlueMajority on Fri Nov 30, 2012 at 11:19:55 AM PST

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