Change vs Experience – Lets Talk About It
With less than 2 months to go the themes are set by the Obama team and the McCain team. Both camps are going with the theme of change. This is a change election and a historic election no matter which side wins.
Biden Hurts Obama on the World Stage
href=”http://www.zindamagazine.com/html/archives/2003/4.21.03/ur_meeting.jpg”> I just caught this news article in Reuters today, VP choice Biden unpopular in Iraq for autonomy plan. Just because you are well known around the world does not mean that you are well-liked.
The Case for Chris Cox as McCain’s VP
What does Christopher Cox bring to the table in terms of executive experience and the economy? A LOT!! What does Christopher Cox bring to the table in terms of legislative experience and the economy? A LOT!! Christopher Cox had a very important role in President Reagan’s White House. What does Chris Cox bring to the table in terms of private sector business experience and education? | Read More »
Barack Obama – Doubting Thomas
In December of 2007 I wrote up this blog, Barack & Clarence’s Memoirs A Stark Contrast. A feathered liberal poster, flyerhawk, pointed out the contrast in the memoirs is because Barack wrote his at the age of 31 and Clarence wrote his at 59. So I accept this explanation, and don’t think about it anymore until Barack tells Pastor Rick he would never have nominated | Read More »
Russians Do Not Have Georgia On Their Minds
Yesterday I was listening to an interview on CNN Late Edition between Wolf Blitzer and the President of Georgia. The full transcript of this interview is here. One thing that made my jaw drop was a response by the President to a question Wolf asked about Americans in Georgia. Well, one has to say that America is very highly regarded in Georgia. By the way, | Read More »
US Senate Seats Up For Election
This November there are 34 US Senate seats up for election. There are 5 seats that are not being contested by an incumbent, and in all of these 5 the current incumbent is an R. There could be a sixth open seat in Alaska if Ted Stevens loses the primary. So we are talking about 28 or 29 seats being contested by an incumbent, and | Read More »
What’s the Mood in the Hood?
Hofmeister has just started a new not-for-profit company, Citizens for Affordable Energy I didn’t write this diary just to promote John Hofmeister. I really think the Republican Party needs to promote the idea of finding more energy from a point of view of not only finding new energy but also increasing the number of high paying union jobs that will be a part of the | Read More »
Barack Marches Forward in Margaret Sanger’s Footsteps
Clarence Gamble, heir of Proctor and Gamble, wrote a memorandum in November, 1939 entitled: “Suggestions for the Negro Project.” In the letter he suggested black leaders “be placed in positions where it would appear they were in charge.” This is a letter to Clarence Gamble, from Margaret Sanger, in which she wrote, We should hire three or four colored ministers, preferably with social-service backgrounds, and | Read More »