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Instant Need?

September 12, 2009

Looking back to the election, I was struck by how instantly this Healthcare debate came. Two months ago, we were arguing over how to fix the economy, now we are convinced that unless we pass a bill to solve our problems in the next month, our Health Insurance system will collapse. Where did this sentiment […]

Thanks, Mr. President

August 10, 2009

It feels like election season again as the debate over Health Care reform seems to be even more polarising than the campaigns were. Attempting to rally support for the Health Care Bill, leading Democrats began a series of town hall meetings. To their surprise, speakers were booed and argued with by those attending. The White […]

Obama: Republicans Are Partisan

July 23, 2009

Watching the Press Conference last night, I heard a comment that frustrated me greatly. Here’s the question and the full answer (I bolded and italicized the parts I wanted to bring attention to so you don’t have to read all of it, but you might want to anyway): Q:  Back to the politics of it. You […]

Obama: The European President

April 23, 2009

Europe: The land where even passive Christianity is dying out quickly, but where the Jedi Religion has finally found a home. Girls join Boy Scouts, and people pay in cash for the extra carbon dioxide that they breathe out. Pacifism is the rule of day, being politically correct is law. Europe is the true land […]

Another One Bites the Dust?

March 2, 2009

Another one of Obama’s campaign promises are on the verge of biting the dust today with the safe prediction that President Obama will sign a spending bill overflowing with earmarks. The $410 Billion spending bill has between $3.8 billion dollars and $7.7 billion worth of 8,600 earmarks. That is a lot of money. We could […]

Media For Obama?

February 14, 2009

A Speech by Me (with added links)          Gary woke up and drowsily checked his alarm clock, “5:00; it feels later than that.” He thought drowsily before falling back asleep. When Gary’s alarm clock went off 2 hours later, he was refreshed after a long sleep and quickly got ready for school. Gary was two […]

Divided We Fail, United isn’t Much Better

December 29, 2008

During this election, we heard a lot about Unity. How we could not succeed as a divided nation. I even saw a couple “Divided we Fail” commercials, saying that only a united nation could solve the problems  face. In many ways, I agree with them. All Americans can say that this bickering between political parties […]

Ahead to the Past

November 24, 2008

After every presidential election, many smaller elections take place. But in these elections, only one person gets a vote, the president-elect. He gets to decide who will be on his staff and in his cabinet. Who has Obama decided to help him bring “Change” to Washington? All the decisions haven’t been made, but the few […]

The Issues: Part One; The Economy

September 22, 2008

I don’t claim to be an expert on this subject, or any subject. My knowledge is barely rudimentary compared to the experts. All I am doing here is trying to portray the candidiate’s policy. This is as unbiased as I can get. Barack Obama Barack Obama claims that he will cut taxes for Americans making […]

Tagged

September 14, 2008

If you check out the Tag Cloud at WordPress.com, you will notice that the Tag “Sarah Palin” is now bigger than the Tag “John McCain”, or even the Tag “Barack Obama”. This is especially noticeable if you click on “Politics” Tag, and look at the Tag Cloud in the upper, right-hand corner. Why? It takes a google […]