Catching Up

“Hadiya Pendleton was me, and I was her. But I got to grow up and go to Princeton and Harvard Law School and have a career and family and the most blessed life I could ever imagine. And Hadiya? Oh, we know that story.”
First Lady Michelle Obama, April 10


Text of remarks here




Daily Beast: A Personal Plea for Gun Control

Spending time with the Newtown families, Joshua DuBois realized that the gun control debate isn’t about ideas or policies or politics. It’s about human beings.

See here





Steve Benen: As promised, Sens. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) and Pat Toomey (R-Pa.), both traditional allies of the National Rifle Association, unveiled a compromise bill this morning to close the gun-show loophole. The proposal doesn’t go as far as many gun-reform advocates had hoped, but it’s a step forward that improves the odds of the larger legislation….

More here


Pierce is less encouraged….

Charles Pierce: To belabor the obvious, any compromise brokered on the issue of gun control between Joe Manchin and Pat Toomey is not “bipartisan” just because one of them is a Democrat and the other is a Republican. I realize that the courtier media – and a White House that seems far too concerned what the courtier media thinks on every issue – defines “bipartisanship” that way, because that’s easier than confronting the fact that, in many ways, most notably in who it is that’s subletting the entire Congress, our politics are distressingly unpartisan. But the fact is that, on this particular issue, there isn’t enough room between Manchin and Toomey to shine a flashlight. To call the deal struck today “bipartisan” is to fetishize the adjective into virtual uselessness.

More here



Steve Benen: As promised, President Obama sent Congress his budget for the 2014 fiscal year this morning, and there’s just enough in it to make everyone unhappy from a variety of directions.

Republicans won’t like everything about this plan that makes it progressive: it expands Medicaid, undoes sequestration cuts while ignoring Paul Ryan’s demands to slash public investments, pursues a universal-preschool initiative though new tobacco taxes, expands the Earned Income Tax Credit, invests another $50 billion in job-creating infrastructure, gives a big boost to federal R&D, and takes away breaks for Big Oil.

Democrats won’t like everything about this plan that makes it conservative: it includes additional Medicare reforms, it adopts chained-CPI to lower Social Security benefits, and it focuses more on the spending side of the ledger than the revenue side. On a fundamental level, Obama’s budget starts in the middle, rather than the left, making negotiations that much more difficult.

But whichever side you fall on, there’s an underlying strategy here….

More here



ThinkProgress: President Barack Obama’s budget proposal for fiscal year 2014 would eliminate $39 billion of special tax breaks for Big Oil companies over the next decade as part of comprehensive business tax reform. These companies earned billions of dollars in recent years due to high oil and gasoline prices and do not need additional support from taxpayers.

More here


American Progress


Robert Greenstein: The news that President Obama’s new budget will propose adopting the “chained” Consumer Price Index (CPI) for cost-of-living adjustments in Social Security and other retirement programs, and annual inflation adjustments in the tax code, has intensified the debate on this issue.  Some commentators portray this proposal as a test of fiscal rectitude, arguing that the chained CPI more accurately measures inflation — period — and that if you’re opposed to it, you aren’t really serious about addressing deficits.  Others, including many progressives, strongly reject the proposal, believing it would impose serious hardship on seniors with modest incomes.

I’m not comfortable with either position…..

More here


President Obama talks with Jeffrey Zients, Acting Director of Office of Management and Budget, in the Oval Office, April 10 (Photo by Pete Souza)


Daily Beast: Five Coolest Things in Obama’s New Budget Proposal

Obama’s new fiscal proposal isn’t all about chained CPI. From algae-powered ships to a rendezvous with an asteroid, see five of the most exciting science and tech projects in the plan.

More here


The People’s View: As the debate rages over the president’s budget, the Left’s prognosticators in the national media seem to be singularly focused on the president’s proposal to use something called the “Chained CPI” to calculate increases in Social Security Cost of Living Adjustments, along with every other inflation adjusted measure of government. Here on TPV, we have dissected the merits of Chained CPI, its impact on Social Security, and the whole math on “cumulative” benefits. But this post won’t be about that. If I haven’t already convinced you that Chained CPI may be a necessary compromise for bigger overhauls in the budget, I probably never will.

More here



Steve Benen: Sen. Rand Paul spoke this morning at Howard University, a traditionally black school in Washington, D.C., and returned to a subject that has caused him great difficulties in the past.

The Republican senator told his Howard audience, “I’ve never wavered in my support for civil rights or the Civil Rights Act.” He added, “I’ve never been against the Civil Rights Act, ever.”

I’m afraid Rand Paul is lying, and the evidence is incontrovertible.

More here


Thursday: The President will award Chaplain (Captain) Emil J. Kapaun, U.S. Army, the Medal of Honor for conspicuous gallantry at the White House. The First Lady will also attend this event. Later, the President will host United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon for an Oval Office visit.


Huuuuuuuuuuuge thanks again to UT and LL for their posts today

131 Responses to “Catching Up”

  1. 1 Proud Former White House Intern
    April 10, 2013 at 8:23 pm


  2. 8 amk for obama
    April 10, 2013 at 8:26 pm

    “a White House that seems far too concerned what the courtier media thinks on every issue”

    wtf ?

  3. 20 MightyPamela
    April 10, 2013 at 8:32 pm

    Hey y’all!

  4. April 10, 2013 at 8:33 pm

    Congrats on 1st Proud!

    #TrustBarack – He Ain’t Playing ….

  5. 22 amk for obama
    April 10, 2013 at 8:34 pm

  6. April 10, 2013 at 8:35 pm

    Evening Chips, TOD…

  7. April 10, 2013 at 8:36 pm

    Inquiring minds …

  8. April 10, 2013 at 8:37 pm

  9. April 10, 2013 at 8:38 pm

  10. 41 utaustinliberal
    April 10, 2013 at 8:38 pm

    If only Pres. Obama’s fiscal year budgets were the ones voted on and enacted, we’d be in an even better place economic and social justice wise.

    But step by step, we’ll get there.

    • 42 jackiegrumbacher
      April 10, 2013 at 9:56 pm

      If even half the legislation the president has proposed had been enacted, we would be soaring as a country. People would be healthier and employed and we would not be enduring this obscene sequester.

  11. 43 amk for obama
    April 10, 2013 at 8:39 pm

    So did gos-kistan burn up spontaneously today ?

  12. April 10, 2013 at 8:46 pm

  13. April 10, 2013 at 8:50 pm

  14. April 10, 2013 at 8:53 pm

    BTW, this is really important, and not at all because I think it so …

    Yes We Can

  15. April 10, 2013 at 8:56 pm

  16. April 10, 2013 at 8:56 pm

  17. 52 amk for obama
    April 10, 2013 at 8:58 pm

    so the notifications button gone kaput ?

  18. April 10, 2013 at 8:59 pm

    Drat didn’t realize and new thread had gone up while I was writing out my long piece on the last thread. So here is what I said:

    Hi folks,
    I’m still on my high from my boys winning the NCAA championship game Monday night. But I have a few thoughts to piggy back on LL’s brilliant essay. LL here’s a toast to you 😀

    The one thing the Professional Left (PL) and their Emoprog cohort don’t seem to realize about Pres Obama is that unlike them he KNOWS the depth of nihilistic destruction that the GOP and their corporate backers are prepared to unleash on this country. Emos have no clue what the stakes are, being stuck as they are on the eras of FDR & LBJ. The Conservative movement has evolved into a more powerful malignant force since their defeats in the 1930s & 1960s. It is a force that continues to destroy whether their minions hold political power or NOT. Destructive force is easier to deploy than constructive building which liberals-Democrats try to do. Our societal building task is harder, less understood and prone to being demagogued by the conservative retrogressives. The PL is oblivious to the asymmetrical nature of our struggle.

    We don’t have the institutional structures to fight the plutocrats mano-a-mano on their turf. We don’t! We can only fight them using guerrilla strategies & tactics. No amount of Bully pulpiting or screaming “progressive chants”, or “twisting arms a la LBJ” is gonna dent the power of the wingnuts’ backers. Those are the facts. They have the power and money and nihilistic bent to destroy us all without batting an eye.

    The PL-Emos don’t realize that the $32 Trillion that the plutocrats have stashed in tax havens means that THEY DON”T CARE what happens to this country and the people in it. NADA. Unlike the barons of the gilded age who were at least propelled by some sense of nationalism, today’s plutocrats feel no allegiance to this country. It is only a place to exploit for $$$, and feudalize us against our will.

    They can and will SURVIVE our demise. Their red state rubes live vicariously through the ideological fog of their corporate masters and are prepared to do their bidding. Why? they don’t believe they themselves deserve anything or social protection beyond the crumbs that their puppeteers give them, so long as they get the satisfaction of knowing that “those people” (minorities, liberals, gays, immigrants etc…) don’t share the crumbs with them.

    So that is the America we have NOW, and it is the country Pres Obama must captain at this precarious time. How should he do it?

    1. Put points on the board faster than Plutocrats can take them away:
    —– a) He pushed for and got a critical safety net for the poor and the Middle Class in the form of Obamacare bringing our safety nets to 3 (SS, Medicare/Medicaid & Obamacare). The plutocrats’ response came in the form of Paul Ryan’s thrice voted on budget that threatens to privatize SS & Medicare while eliminating Medicaid (“block-grants” are how you kill a program).

    2. Fight wildfire with controlled fire:
    —– a) The Chained CPI is the “controlled fire” to guard against the Ryan budget blitzkrieg if GOP gets the reins of power (not that they won’t keep trying). Deaniac explains the policy implications of the Chained CPI on TPV so I won’t do that here. The PL-Emos never tell us what they would do to “SAVE” SS & Medicare/Medicaid if Ryan’s budget gets signed into law by a GOP president. When the WH aide said “we are not gonna be in the WH forever”, what he is referring to is the need for us NOW to shape the future trajectory of the safety net. Cuz if we don’t, the GOP will. It’s as simple as that!

    —- b) Case in point: Women’s dwindling rights. — The women’s movement rested on its laurels and was slow to shape the narrative and state-by-state policy about women’s reproductive freedom. Result? Roe v. Wade is an empty law on the books, cuz wingnut Taliban have systematically dismantled women’s rights state by state, locality by locality. And look where we are today? Reduced to trashing POTUS for complimenting an Attorney General while state after state (blue & red) passes personhood amendments, banning abortion clinics.

    Women’s organizations did not fight wildfire with controlled fire. POTUS saved critical women’s rights in Obamacare, while ceding the meaningless repetition of Hyde Amendment in the bill to the conservadems. The real policy benefits for women have been left intact

    –This is the exact strategy the president is doing with his budget — head off real disaster by making symbolic concessions.

    Gosh this piece of mine is too long. That’s just my take.

    • April 10, 2013 at 9:01 pm

      Well said Zizi. You always have insightful things to say.

    • April 10, 2013 at 9:13 pm

      Zizi, that is just brilliant, it needs to be in a post – do I have your permission to include it in a post tomorrow?

    • 76 Lovepolitics2008
      April 10, 2013 at 9:40 pm

      Zizi, this is such a brilliant post. I see that Chips is going to use it. But you should post it on many sites, at least the “pragmatic ones”. And it should be tweeted and retweeted.

      Zizi, you’re one of the best I’ve EVER read when it comes to explain the big picture. I wish all the “liberal” pundits, the Chris Hayes, Rachel Maddow, and co. would read you. Seriously.

      • 77 hopefruit2
        April 10, 2013 at 9:44 pm

        They are too dishonest to do that. Their corporate masters’ needs come first, above and beyond anything.

    • 78 Ladyhawke
      April 10, 2013 at 9:51 pm

      zizi2, this comment is beyond brilliant. Thank you so much. I have to tell you there is one sentence in your comment that gave me chills because I was thinking the very same thing today as I fielded an email from a friend of mine handwringing about the implications of the chained CPI (aka the new ‘public option’) on Social Security. You would think the only thing in the budget is chained CPI. I planned to respond with something like this — well if there is going to be any tinkering with Social Security, I would rather it be President Obama and not Mitt Romney. If chained CPI extends SS solvency for another four years wouldn’t that be a good thing? Bottom line, I trust Barack. But your comment went straight to the heart of the matter. It’s really unfortunate that some folks can’t (or won’t) connect the dots on this crucial point.

      ——————–zizi2 said———————

      When the WH aide said “we are not gonna be in the WH forever”, what he is referring to is the need for us NOW to shape the future trajectory of the safety net. Cuz if we don’t, the GOP will. It’s as simple as that!


      Truer words were never spoken.

    • 79 jackiegrumbacher
      April 10, 2013 at 10:10 pm

      Zizi–This is brilliantly stated and underscores the real dangers we face. It is very difficult for people to understand what’s at stake in this epic battle against the corporate takeover of America. Most don’t pay attention and the few that do have their faces so close to the tree
      bark that they totally ignore the forest. If Romney had won the election the US would now have a SOLD sign across the landscape. These people will not rest until they’ve destroyed every semblance of democracy and every scrap of our social fabric and safety net. Yes, the president knows the stakes and he and his team are fighting every day to win the battles they can even when their own side turns against them.

  19. 80 amk for obama
    April 10, 2013 at 9:05 pm

  20. April 10, 2013 at 9:07 pm


    From the VOA reporter based in Seoul.

    Bluff much, Kim Jong Un?

  21. April 10, 2013 at 9:13 pm

    President Obama’s budget focuses #FORWARD

    On education and the things that matter most for the long-term wellbeing of this country, not the clutch-your-pearls “issue of the day”:

  22. April 10, 2013 at 9:19 pm

    Wow! What a powerful ad from http://momsdemandaction.org/ against gun violence. it is so POTENT!!!

  23. April 10, 2013 at 9:20 pm

    And on the issue of why the NRA is now opposed to background checks; they’re blinded by the $ signs, just as every frigging GOP special interest group and politician is:


    I’ve said this before, the most damaging aspect of Chuck Todd is his “mentor” role for young Luke Russert. Luke’s father, Tim, seemed like a genuinely good guy and instilled real values in his son. Phuck Todd is trying to show young Luke how to get ahead by being the biggest jackass and liar there is.

  24. 85 amk for obama
    April 10, 2013 at 9:24 pm

  25. 86 dotster3
    April 10, 2013 at 9:24 pm

  26. April 10, 2013 at 9:24 pm

    Ugh, I did it again, ate too many peanuts. I feel ill. ❗

  27. April 10, 2013 at 9:28 pm

    Some CA news, while @JerryBrownGov (posted the wrong twitter handle yesterday) is aggressively pursuing China investment in CA infrastructure, including SOLAR and HIGH SPEED RAIL. @JerryBrownGov is like the anti-Schwarzenegger:

    The economic agreements between China and CA are the first they’ve made with an individual state:

    $2bn solar investment:

    possible HSR investment (keeping fingers crossed):

    • 98 Jovie
      April 10, 2013 at 11:09 pm

      I thunk in this particular instance, the high speed rail and solar is here, you can’t outsource them. So having a Chinese company is fine.

  28. 99 amk for obama
    April 10, 2013 at 9:28 pm

    Global sales of PCs fall 14% in the first three months this year, the biggest fall since research firm IDC began tracking the industry in 1994.

    IDC said 76.3 million units were shipped, a figure that underlines the appeal of tablets and smartphones as alternatives to PCs.

    The firm said Microsoft’s latest version of Windows had failed to revitalise the industry.

    Recession had also led companies to put back renewal of their PCs, IDC said.


  29. April 10, 2013 at 9:31 pm

    Here’s a dig at GOP by @JerryBrownGov in China:

    And his plea for human rights:

    I really wish there were some way to get China out of Tibet and let the Tibetans rule themselves.

    • April 10, 2013 at 9:53 pm

      “wish there were some way to get China out of Tibet ….”

      My friend, Arapaho, it’s all about WATER. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tibetan_Plateau

      “The Tibetan Plateau contains the world’s third-largest store of ice. Qin Dahe, the former head of the China Meteorological Administration, said that the recent fast pace of melting and warmer temperatures will be good for agriculture and tourism in the short term; but issued a strong warning:

      “Temperatures are rising four times faster than elsewhere in China, and the Tibetan glaciers are retreating at a higher speed than in any other part of the world.” “In the short term, this will cause lakes to expand and bring floods and mudflows.” “In the long run, the glaciers are vital lifelines for Asian rivers, including the Indus and the Ganges. Once they vanish, water supplies in those regions will be in peril.””

  30. April 10, 2013 at 9:34 pm

    Hey TOD. Been a while.

    Rand Paul coming to HU was the most awkward thing ever lol. Everyone laughed when he asked us if we knew that the founding members of the NAACP were Republicans. Or when he couldn’t remember the first black senator’s name. Like… really? This is the #1 HBCU in the country. Think we don’t know our history? 🙄

    • 105 amk for obama
      April 10, 2013 at 9:54 pm

      Did ya throw some rotten eggs at him ?

    • 106 jackiegrumbacher
      April 10, 2013 at 10:23 pm

      CK, I can’t imagine what Paul thought was going to happen bringing his small brain and repellent personality to an educational institution like HU. He must be very ill advised by his staff or very ill informed about HU. Frankly he has no business going to any college campus–he just doesn’t have the intelligence for it.

  31. 107 dotster3
    April 10, 2013 at 9:35 pm

    Hopefruit, we got the menu details just like we knew we would…

  32. April 10, 2013 at 9:40 pm

    Some important developments on the energy and environmental front.

  33. 113 FiredUpInCA
    April 10, 2013 at 9:49 pm

    Republicans move the budget goal posts again

    Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) explicitly told the Wall Street Journal that if Obama offered a Chained CPI calculation for entitlement benefits, Republicans would consider finding additional revenue.

    Said McConnell: “Those are the kinds of things that would get Republicans interested in new revenue.”

    To the annoyance of many liberals in his party, Obama included the Chained CPI in his budget. But as Greg Sargent correctly points out, the GOP has moved the goal posts.

    And so we have a moment of clarity in this debate once again: There is literally nothing that Obama can offer Republicans — not even things they themselves have asked for — that would induce them to agree to a compromise on new revenues.”


    Chained CPI in an of itself is not the story. The President has said chained CPI can only happen in connection with higher revenues and safeguards for the poorest. The real story is why are the Republicans not being vilified for their hostage-taking, their zero tolerance for compromise, their bad faith, goalpost-moving negotiating and their manufactured crises.

    Chained CPI, which has no hope of being passed unless there is an agreement to raise revenue and protect the poorest, is not the story.

    • 114 COS
      April 10, 2013 at 9:54 pm

      Wow, Rachel sure came on strong with Ax about SS. She believe PBO will feel the ground shift under his feet if he continue with this CCPI.

      • 115 hopefruit2
        April 10, 2013 at 10:11 pm

        Phuck Rachel and the high and mighty horse she rode on. This is all sausage-making, public option in HCR redux. This tunnel vision on SS and CPI is unhealthy and counterproductive.

        And if these damn limousine liberals like Maddow and her ilk try to F things up for this President in 2014 as they did in 2010, there will be hell to pay.

      • 116 jackiegrumbacher
        April 10, 2013 at 10:29 pm

        I think it’s Rachel who will find the ground shifting, COS. The continual outrage about issues she doesn’t fully understand is very tedious. The pedestal she thinks she’s sitting on is getting very wobbly.

        • 117 HZ
          April 11, 2013 at 2:35 am

          It is so true what you just stated, Jackie G. Rachel is out of sight for me now. I will not allow her impatient ways to get into my space while she constantly is trying to derail the good efforts for those of us who have patience with our president and above all respect his judgements on the issues.

          When we may have concerns about some of the decisions that his administration makes, we contact him and express our conerns But with much respect. Respect for POB has been out of the equation for President Barack Obama from the very moment he won this presidency.

          I do not like people pushing people around with their words, and she tries so hard to do that. Knowledge is great, but when you abuse it, you leave pain in peoples minds that is not fair and welcome. So I do not listen to her simply because she has no respect for my president, and I do not like that. I give my time to those who may disagree, but still speak with respect in their tone. The world does not belong to Rachel alone, and she needs to stop trying to own it when she is not the only one who has knowledge of how to contribute in its’ space in a humble but smart manner. Attitude is everything especially when you try to speak with knowledge. That is one great reason so many people love POB; he speaks with so much knowledge, but with so much respect and humbleness. Those two ingredients in your life will always take you one down a lovely, a long, and very productive journey in this life.

          Keep doing what you do so well, POB, David Axe; David Plouffe, First Lady Michelle Obama, VP Biden, Dr. Jill Biden and all of the young and older great staff of this beautiful and humle man, our President of the United States, Barack H. Obama. We still love and support you, Mr. President. HZ

  34. 118 amk for obama
    April 10, 2013 at 9:51 pm

    No one in this town could catch any fish except this one man. The game warden asked him how he did it so the man told the game warden that he would take him fishing the next day …

    Once they got to the middle of the lake the man took out a stick of dynamite, lit it, and threw it in the water. After the explosion fish started floating to the top of the water. The man took out a net and started picking up the fish.

    The game warden told him that this was illegal.

    The man took out another stick of dynamite and lit it. He then handed it to the game warden and said “Are you going to fish or talk?”

  35. 119 dotster3
    April 10, 2013 at 9:52 pm

    Oh great—Rev. Wright’s daughter indicted today for money laundering and lying to feds—-aided a friend in a nasty scheme—–but gives everyone the chance to write “President Obama’s former pastor” again. (Chgo Sun Times)

  36. 120 amk for obama
    April 10, 2013 at 9:52 pm

    What is the only time a man thinks about a candlelight dinner?

    When the power goes off.


    What is the difference between a battery and a woman?

    At least, a battery has a positive side.

  37. April 10, 2013 at 10:00 pm

    Ben Carson cancels @JohnsHopkins graduation speech: politi.co/ZnWnjK

  38. 124 hopefruit2
    April 10, 2013 at 10:09 pm

    Based on my Twitter Timeline, Rachel Maddow waged an argument with David Axelrod about PBO’s budget and really got into it with him. Rachel is extremely arrogant, and she’s about to get BP’d like she did in 2010. Mark my word. Axelrod is not the best spokesperson for complicated issues like this budget because he has difficulty getting his ideas across sometimes (even though he’s a brilliant strategist as a politician). But see, Rachel knows that very well, and armed with her talking points, in the comfort of her own studio, she can easily intimidate someone like Axelrod and make it seem like he doesn’t know what he’s talking about.

    But Maddow is not a policy expert, nor has she had any experience in real-life political negotiations. So for the all the time she spends discussing hypotheticals ant theoreticals ad nauseum on her show, she has actually accomplished nil in terms of moving a center-right congress to the left on ANY issue whatsoever.

    • 125 anniebella
      April 10, 2013 at 10:47 pm

      I saw that hopefruit2 and she really piss me off. These two bit pundits really gets to me sometimes.

      • 126 HZ
        April 11, 2013 at 2:44 am

        Rachel would(like so many others) even be where she is, if POB had not become president. She is too sly for me. I love intellecualism, but I detest sly, and arrogant people. She thinks that her brains are the only one that is working in a conversation and for that matter, on this planet. I see through her, and I do not care for anyone who takes a ‘blessing’ and turns it into an ‘out-house’ to s… on others who have done nothing to harm her reputation. Plain and simple. Sick of her and stopped watching her longtime ago.HZ

  39. 130 prettyfoot58
    April 10, 2013 at 10:58 pm

    Chained CPI in an of itself is not the story. The President has said chained CPI can only happen in connection with higher revenues and safeguards for the poorest. The real story is why are the Republicans not being vilified for their hostage-taking, their zero tolerance for compromise, their bad faith, goalpost-moving negotiating and their manufactured crises….


    Because the MSM media serves the same masters as the GOP…namely the 1%

    • 131 HZ
      April 11, 2013 at 2:55 am

      Oh, LovelyPlains, I wanted to make sure that I tell you that you and your father are in my ‘goodness space’ tonight for comfort during this time in your life. I wanted to say that first, but allowed my thoughts to go into a space about something else rather than putting my words into a more beautiful timeline.

      (((((((( Many hugs filled with loving thoughts for healing strength and comforting power to be with you)))))

      May you stop and take a little time to eat, and get a little rest while attending to your father. I will pray for comfort and a sweet and gentle healing to be with your father. HZ

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