TPA Roundup (October 7, 2013)

Note: The opinions expressed by other Texas Progressive Alliance blogs are not necessarily those of Texpatriate or any of its members.

The Texas Progressive Alliance is feeling pretty damn good right now as it brings you this week’s roundup.

Off the Kuff shared a personal story from a friend about how Obamacare and the insurance exchanges will make a big difference in his life.

In the Houston suburbs live some of the absolute worst conservatives in the United States, and the Associated Press found one and told his miserable story. PDiddie at Brains and Eggs knows that when Republicans can’t tell the difference between soil and dirt, ignorance is the biggest hurdle to Wendy Davis’ chances of being elected governor of Texas.

Texas Leftist knows that blame for the current Government shutdown rests ENTIRELY on the GOP’s shoulders. But just in case anyone is unsure, Rachel Maddow has an epic takedown as proof positive. Do today’s Republicans even believe in government??

Neil wrote about militarized police at All People Have Value. All People Have Value is part of NeilAquino.com.

Horwitz at Texpatriate began a series of intermittent daily updates on the State of the Governor’s race. He published three this week, the first of which last Wednesday.

David Dewhurst tries to obfuscate about the racist DPS checkpoints in the Valley. CouldBeTrue of South Texas Chisme and every other sentient being in the Valley knows he spews bs.

Over at TexasKaos, Libby Shaw names names. It is on you, Ted . Give it a read.

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And here are some posts of interest from other Texas blogs.

John Coby invites Ted Cruz to join his new club.

Concerned Citizens wants to know what the 2014 election is going to be about.

Juanita introduces us to the next Republican member of Congress from Texas to make a fool of himself on TV.

New Media Texas posts video conversations with three Houston Mayoral candidates.

Nonsequiteuse reminds you there are many ways to volunteer for a campaign.

BOR analyzed State Proposition 6, the water infrastructure amendment, as part of a series of analyses of the nine amendments on the ballot this year.

And finally, Blog con Queso published a recipe for Dr Pepper sheet cake. Because you can’t get any more Texas than that.

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