Monthly Archives: October 2008

Kay Hagan defended

Hat tip to Campbell Brown of CNN for unmasking a phoney advertisement being run by Senator Elizabeth Dole to claim her opponent is Godless. I had more respect for Senator Dole, but it looks like she’s lost her own self-respect … Continue reading

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A video is worth ….

It’s often been said that a picture is worth a thousand words. How much more is a video worth? Barack Obama had a chance to talk directly to the citizens of the United States without the filter of the media. … Continue reading

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According to each one’s need

Much has been made of Senator Obama’s plan to tax the rich and give it to the middle class and poor in this country. Senator McCain and members of the Republican party are calling Senator Obama a socialst, marxist and … Continue reading

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First Snow

This morning when I opened the garage door I was greeted by this site. I had already given my daughter my ice scraper and snow brush last week so she’d be prepared for the elements. Then of course I forgot … Continue reading

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Where do you stand?

A co-worker sent me a link to GlassBooth. This is an interesting way to see how close your core principles and issues are lined up with the candidates running for President this year. I’m grateful that they’ve chosen to include … Continue reading

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Peanut butter and jelly

John McCain is losing and now he’s pulling out all the stops. He’s accusing Obama of being a communist and recently I’ve seen that some of the right wing talk show hosts are insisting that Obama is a marxist.  This … Continue reading

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Sir Charles endorses Barack Obama

I’ve long been a fan of Charles Barkley. I’ve enjoyed watching him when he played on the Sixers with Doctor J. I’ve seen him in person when he played with the Phoenix Suns at the end of his career. He’s … Continue reading

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Third wave

In 1995 or 1996 I read a book by Alvin Toffler that was entitled, “Creating a New Civilization: The Politics of the Third Wave. It was a very interesting book at the time and one of the salient points that … Continue reading

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Barclay Hastings

I never heard of Barclay before and I could not agree more with him. He’s a little older than me, but we’re on a similar wave length. See more videos from Local Voices for Obama.

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CNNBC video

This video has been removed. It’s great and I encourage you send this link to your friends reminding them to vote. more about “CNNBC video“, posted with vodpod

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