♦ That Alaskan woman whose initials are S.P. is going to “collaborate” in the writing of a book. A book! B-O-O-K. She can’t even remember which newspapers she reads. Her part in the collaboration will probably consist of autographing said book for the six people who still care she exists. ♦ Obama’s not going to release the … Continue reading I read the news today, but why?
I’m relieved that Election Day is less than 24 hours away, finally. This campaign season has been interminable and I’ve been ready for weeks for it to be over. It’s looking very good for Obama and I’m very excited about that. But I’m also extremely anxious that something could happen, something could go wrong; votes … Continue reading Sadly, Election Day probably won’t be the end
I’ve just about stopped reading news of the presidential campaign since, unless I’m struck deaf and blind, I’m going to be inundated with it anyway. Still, I like to peruse the headlines over at Real Clear Politics just to get a sense of what’s being said about the campaign, and this morning I came across … Continue reading Breaking my Palin promise
On NBC’s “Meet the Press” Sunday, Colin Powell endorsed Barack Obama for president. The endorsement alone was enough to be worth preserving and replaying by Obama fans. More important, however, was Powell’s explanation of why he is supporting Obama: Continue reading Powell endorses Obama and what America can be
This is a test of WordPress’s incorporation of PollDaddy polls today: [polldaddy poll=1001452] Oh, that’s so cool. It was a lot of work designing and integrating those same polls a couple of months ago. Now it’s so simple a caveman can do it. Continue reading WordPress and PollDaddy make sweet music
Yesterday was certainly an interesting day on the campaign trail, more interesting to Obama supporters than to the McCain camp. The McCain folks probably wish the whole day had never happened. John McCain had to put a lid on on some angry, misinformed supporters at a rally in Minnesota, and got booed for doing so. … Continue reading It’s bleak Friday for McCain campaign