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The VP Picks

Now that both running mates have been announced I can share my reactions. In both cases I think that the candidate made a good pick for their individual positions. I have previously written positively about both of the running mates. … Continue reading

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Obama’s Words

If Obama becomes president I will measure his presidency against his own words – starting with his acceptance speech. (I will measure a McCain presidency against his own words as well.) I caught parts of the speech while I was … Continue reading

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Who Are You Voting Against?

I really wish I could find the article I glanced at yesterday postulating that the presidential race is not looking like a blowout for Obama because the contest has been framed as a referendum on Obama rather than a referendum … Continue reading

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Useful Denunciations

An interesting article on the European enthusiasm toward Barack Obama had this little gem of a thought in it: If Obama follows the sort of race-conscious policies he has faithfully supported for the last quarter century . . . then … Continue reading

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Weak Representation

In a move that was anything but surprising, the Senate voted to gut the constitution rather than stand up against the politics of fear. Democrats control both houses of Congress and yet this bill passed by large margins in both … Continue reading

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