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The September 2009 CCC Blog Carnival

Posted on 07 September 2009 by Editor

Welcome to the September 7, 2009 edition of the Carnival of Conservative Conversations.

As always, for our monthly Blog Carnival we select articles from a wide range of topics and expressing a broad range of opinions. This month is no exception. Below you will find opinions, short editorials, commentaries and full articles on such topics the responsibility which Christians hold in the legislative process, a number of opinions on various aspects of health care legislation, energy policy, the deomcratic process and others.

In addition to posting to our monthly Blog Carnival, we encourage you to submit your articles directly to our editor for possible posting on our site well in advance of the next carnival. Please submit your articles, together with any specific attribution requirements and photograph by emailing our editor at

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Wenchypoo presents the following artilces, posted at Wisdom From Wenchypoo’s Mental Wastebasket:

Gearing Up For the ACORN Census

My Fantasy National Health Plan

Cash-for-Clunkers Amounts ot Money Laundering

I Think I Have Figured It Out…, saying, “Call me crazy, but this hit me last night after thinking about the Glenn Beck show.”

This Just In: Study Names 4 Common Ways to Cut Disease, saying, “Here’s a conversation-starter: Why did I submit this article to your carnival, and if cutting disease is so simple, why are we about to upend health care as we know it? Simple–political gain and social justice for a few.

Fat, Drunk, and Stupid is No Way To Go Through Life, saying, “An article from Prudent Bear Investing.”

CP presents the following articles, posted at Peppered with Salt:

It is Reasonable to Consider that the Health Care Bill Would Bring Cuts in Care and Insurance

The “Death Panel”: An Idea So Rabidly Un-American that Many Dismiss It As Emanating from A Sort of “Birther” Subspecies, But…

An Ex-Resident of London on Socialized Medicine and Britain’s NICE Panel: In Response to Peppered with Salt’s Article on Obama’s “Guidance Panel”

Scott Spiegel presents the following articles posted at Scott Spiegel:

Reconcile This

Can We Decommission the Health Care Bill with Sodium Silicate?

Democrats Demand Sartorial Handicap in Health Care Reform Debate

It Depends On What the Meaning of the Word ‘Screech’ Is

Obama Throws House Democrats Under the Bus, Backs Over Them

New York Times Turns on Obama; Can Flyover Country Be Far Behind?

Taft Babbitt presents the following articles, posted at American Sage:

Support Those Who Fight For You, saying, “This article reminds us all to support those who are fighting for causes we believe in. We must not go silent on all days other than election day. There are groups fighting for our values and we need to support them.”

Energy Policy Common Sense

Jon Williford presents:

45 years of War on Poverty posted at DESPERATE-STATE.

Betty Kincaid presents:

Paging Milton Friedman « BettyKincaid’s Blog posted at BettyKincaid’s Blog, saying, “Milton Friedman would not be happy with this administration!”

haavamaal presents:

Tea party going too far? posted at The Texas Patriot.

Phil B. presents:

7 Reasons Why Cash for Clunkers is a Bad Idea « Phil for Humanity posted at Phil for Humanity, saying, “The “Cash for Clunkers” Program only seems like a good idea to stimulate the economy..”

Brian presents:

“Jim Wallis, Fascist?” – Humane Pursuits posted at Humane Pursuits, saying, “Cliff May has a piece on NRO today on fascism, in which he argues that if we want to talk about modern fascism, we should really be talking about Osama bin Laden (not George W. Bush or Barack Obama). However, while May is fairly persuasive linking “Islamists” like bin Laden with the Nazis, I think he falls far short from linking them with fascism itself (which is far from synonymous with Nazism).”

Olive Farmer presents:

In Sickness and in Health. posted at Olive Farmer, saying, “Fascinating and beautifully written deep analysis of the false reality in which we live”

Mikkal Travvis presents:

Fascism On The Farm: H.R. 2749 – The Food Safety Enhancement Act of 2009 posted at The Truth

Gavin R. Putland presents:

Democracy as we know it makes cronyism inevitable posted at The Putland Tribune, saying, “Convened-sample suffrage means you don’t need money to get elected.”

Anthony Delgado presents:

A Christians Role in Legislation posted at eInquisitive | Giving you something productive to think about!.

Rick Foreman presents:

On The Way To Becoming a Third World Country posted at Waiting for the Singularity.

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