Yesterday, as I was running to the 2 o’clock hour of CNN’s Newsroom, I was thrown with a report that the St Petersburg Times has a site that is keeping track of 26 pages of Obama campaign promises. The more disturbing news, although I do not know why it is disturbing as it is politics… Continue reading Reform?
Granted, the economy is probably on more Americans’ minds than why Bill Richardson withdrew his name from Secretary of Commerce consideration. Granted, the economy should be the number one issue on Capitol Hill and on the mind of the incoming president. This is evident in the address President-elect Obama gave today at George Mason University… Continue reading Obama and the Economy
Here’s a post for you women out there. I guess it is also for you men out there who like women or who have a woman in your life – mother, sister, wife. So really it is just a question. I was purusing my normal political blogs today when a headline caught my eye. The… Continue reading A Question for the Women out there
Okay, so everyone was up in arms over The New Yorker’s cover that was a caricature of Barack Obama and his wife Michelle. What will people think about Vanity Fair’s caricature of John McCain and his wife Cindy, which is a spoof? Vanity Fair Cover Now, the first thing I notice is the hand full… Continue reading Vanity Fair Hits GOP Candidate with Spoof
If any endorsement has made me think I should further investigate Barrack Obama, it was the Kennedy endorsement in the NY Times that did it. No, I am not referring to Senator Ted Kennedy. I already told you that I laughed so hard at his endorsement and the irony involved in it, my stomach hurt. … Continue reading The Other Kennedy Endorsement
I cannot believe that I was the only one watching Senator Ted Kennedy today as he endorsed Barrack Obama for the Democratic presidential nomination who was thinking of the irony in what Kennedy had to say. I was trying so hard not to laugh at the words Kennedy was professing that I had a stomach… Continue reading Kennedy Endorses Obama
This week is a political junkie overload. Beware! It all actually started Saturday and will run for ten days. It is almost too much for me to even think about as it will be big when it all ends in the wee morning hours of February 6th on the east coast. Saturday was the South… Continue reading Political Junkies Take Heed
Debate, you say? What debate? Earlier I did a blog entry on the early political season. I admitted then, or think I did, and admit now that I am a political junkie. Part of that is work – I do contract work for a company that deals with political campaigns; part of it is… Continue reading Political Junkie – or MY Take on Last Night’s Debate