Daisy's Dead Air Blog

Friday, July 27, 2012

Colorado Shootings, The good, bad and ugly of the Olympic Games

As the Olympic Games get going in London, Daisy and Gregg discuss the legacy of past Olympic Games. From the heroic stand taken by John Carlos, Tommie Smith and Peter Norman in 1968 to the killing of Israeli athletes in 1972 to the taxpayer funded venues which rot from Beijing to Athens, The Daisy Deadhead Show looks at things a little bit differently.

Saturday, July 21, 2012

Political Animals: Thieves, Lairs, Greens and politics Hollywood Style

As the USA Network presents their new show "Political Animals" filled with fake intrigue and pretend realities, Daisy and special guest Liz Smith-Anderson evaluate the lies of the Obama administration, the thievery of Romney & Company and the imperative of voting Green in November.


Saturday, July 14, 2012

Bain Capital: What's Romney got to hide?


 Romney still has not released his tax forms and he acts as a man with something to hide. Nikki Haley says domestic violence is not a big concern for her even though South Carolina has a terrible record of women being murdered by their partners. 


Saturday, July 7, 2012

Where in the world is Mitt's money?

Mitt Romney doesn't want to disclose the source of his vast wealth other than disclosing the minimal that Federal law requires. The records that he did release show income from Bain Capital the investment firm he co-founded and Goldman Sachs, a recipient of the tax payer funded bailout of banks that started under George Bush co-signed by President Obama who was backed by firm in 2008 but has become Mitt Romney's biggest donor for the 2012 election. The media is engaged in a new game called "Where in the World is Mitt Romney's Money" as they investigate the off shore accounts of the Republican presumptive nominee. The game of cat and mouse that Romney is playing makes people wonder what does he have to hide.

This story and more as we look at recent actions of Governor Nikki Haley whose recent vetoes cut two state agencies in South Carolina.