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Mike's Blog Round Up

Digby: Government at all levels has shed almost 700,000 jobs since Obama took office. Under Reagan and Bush? Not so much. Gizmodo: The Library of Congress unveils an archive of every public tweet ever. Sort of. Fablog: Hand-cuffing marriage

Digby: Government at all levels has shed almost 700,000 jobs since Obama took office. Under Reagan and Bush? Not so much.

Gizmodo: The Library of Congress unveils an archive of every public tweet ever. Sort of.

Fablog: Hand-cuffing marriage equality in Illinois.

Forbes: Ohio hospital just the latest to bilk Medicare for unnecessary cardiac procedures.

Speaking of which, your quote of the day: “As a physician, I can attest that nothing has had a greater negative effect on the delivery of health care than the federal government's intrusion into medicine through Medicare.” (Rep. Tom Price, R-GA, July 30, 2009)

Guest blogging Mike's Blog Round Up for the last time this week is Jon Perr from Perrspectives. Send your tips, recommendations, comments and angst to mbru AT crooksandliars DOT com.

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