17 October 2017

Everyone has an opinion about what’s going on in the world. This is mine.

Joe Biden’s Foreign Crisis Test

Everywhere you look in the media today, everyone is talking about the comment made by Obama’s vice-president running mate Joe Biden. McCain has jumped on the statement and wants to use it to show that Obama is not a good choice for president. He and other would like the voters to think that Biden is unsure of Obama’s ability to deal with such issues. McCain goes even further to say that he will not be tested. He has already been tested.

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Taxes, Joe the Plumber and the Final Stretch of the Presidential Election

It is getting close to election day. McCain has decided to focus on taxes. In his efforts he has brought up a conversation between his opponent Barack Obama and a man he met in Ohio supposedly named Joe. Supposedly means that the story he presented in the final TV debate may (similar to his allegations against Obama) be distorting the truth. Continue Reading »

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Pennsylvania keeps Hillary Clinton in the Race

The Primary in Pennsylvania has not decided the Democratic nomination. It goes on to Indiana and North Carolina on May 6. This is not really a surprise. An Obama victory may have clinched him the nomination, but he is not strong in Pennsylvania and could not use his momentum to overcome his deficit there. He may win in Indiana (a win in North Carolina is almost certain). The chances, though, that Hillary Clinton will then drop out are slim. It is going to go to the wire.

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Solution to the Democratic Nomination fom Mario Cuomo

The comments of the former New York Governor back up my thoughts that I expressed in my last post. I’d like to highlight some excerpts of the Article from the Boston Globe here.

…because the primaries will have extended over such a long period, some voters will have changed their preference by the convention in August. Other entanglements also threaten the possibility of a selection at the convention that would be supported by both constituencies of Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton. Continue Reading »

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