Category Archives: 2008 Presidential Election

Congratulations President-Elect Barak Obama

Despite the title, this article is as much a congratulations to the American public as it is to President-elect Obama. For the first time in a very long while, I believe we have elected the kind of leader we really … Continue reading

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Is Palin a Closet Tax and Spender?

I used to wonder why someone as woefully unprepared to be President as Palin would run for V.P. Given recent revelations, I now understand: it’s for the shopping spree! She went to New York, did the photo op at Ground … Continue reading

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Measuring Patriotism

Apparently, according to Representative Bachman, anyone who is liberal or has criticized America is anti-American. She believes that there are all sorts of anti-American people running around in our Congress. She wants the news media to do a penetrating look … Continue reading

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Colin Powell Endorses Obama

Today, Retired General and Former Secretary of State Colin Powell endorsed Senator Barak Obama’s bid for the Presidency. He did this despite the anger it will undoubtedly generate in the Republican party. While Powell was very respectfull of Senator McCain, … Continue reading

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Failure of Leadership – Sarah Palin’s Rallys

It’s one thing to play to the crowd and get them fired up. One of Sarah Palin’s strengths is her ability to get McCain supporters fired up and enthusiastic. But what is she getting them enthusiastic about? It’s not about … Continue reading

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