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This is Day Three of the Democratic National Convention, and I just finished watching former President Clinton speak. I wondered what he would do, given his desire for the limelight and his penchant for being unmanageable. In the end, however,
… finish reading Day Three
In the past couple days presidential candidates McCain and Obama have been trading brickbats about their multi-million dollar homes, each trying to portray the other as elitist and unfeeling toward the common man.
I’m not sure who started it, although
… finish reading Seriously Seeking Substance
Tonight, in prime time, two contestants go head to head in the same arena for the top prize. The pressure to perform is immense; the preparation difficult; the outcome unsure.
The thing is the final score won’t be tallied tonight;
… finish reading And Now, Vying for the Gold
Now that there are two presumptive nominees for the general election in November, I see the gauntlet has already been thrown. I’m not talking about Obama and McCain themselves; I’m talking about the language that will be used in the
… finish reading Campaign Rhetoric
It’s almost eight o’clock where I live and the two final primaries are about to be over. I’ve heard varying comments in the media all day: Hillary is going to concede; Obama can’t beat McCain, the VP is up for
… finish reading Maybe Over
I understand that Barack Obama has reluctantly quit the church he’s been a member of for approximately two decades. I’ve seen a couple headlines that allude to this, although I haven’t made the time yet to read the articles and
… finish reading Commander-in-Chief
It’s the night after the Kentucky and Oregon primaries, and the debate about seating delegates from Michigan and Florida is becoming more heated. May I offer an opinion?
I am a Michigan Democrat; and, yes, I voted in
… finish reading Dear Hillary
On January 2, I began my participation in the current political world. Started paying attention to the various campaigns for president; tuned in to endless debates; stayed up late watching primaries. And, as much as I dislike talking heads, I
… finish reading Backing Off
Twas the night before Indy;
And all through the state
Not a vote was discounted,
Not a vote was too late.
The candidates were seen
With smiles that seemed thin,
In hopes that their rhetoric
… finish reading The Night Before Indy