Romney Wins in Iowa and New Hampshire Miss Mandate Mark
The public face of the Romney campaign is projecting power and trying to coalesce the GOP faithful around him. Privately, both the candidate and the GOP have to be worried. … Continue reading
Barack Obama is the Roger Federer of the Press Conference
The gateway to the Oval Office is the media. On the campaign trail, you need to master your handling of them, both on camera and off, to get elected. It … Continue reading
Too Much Green in Being Green
Before we can get to green cars, we have to take a lot of another kind of green out of them: Their premium sticker price.
The Neo-Cons Are Not Gone, Nor Forgotten
You would think that neo-conservatives and communists would have very little in common. The scorched earth policy of the Bush Administration, in its waning days in power, though, is a … Continue reading
Democracy 2.0: Uncle Barack Wants YOU!
Wild fires in California? Sure, you can call in the smoke jumpers. Superman might be able to blow them out with his super powers. Barack Obama will attack them from … Continue reading
The Speechless Speech
The final crescendo in a day that, for hundreds of thousands of volunteers began with hanging cards on doors and making yet another round of calls, and proceeded through the … Continue reading
What Happens If Obama Wins Tonight?
Right now, the people are going to the polls. Not the usual people. Not the political junkies, the special interest groups, the religious Right, but THE PEOPLE. Even though racial … Continue reading
A Protester Displays His Fear of Obama
An anti-Obama guy with a protest sign at a recent rally put the whole race into perspective for me, but it had nothing to do with his sign, and everything … Continue reading
Bill Clinton Lays Out What Matters in a President; McCain Flunks the Test
One problem with the onslaught of campaign “moments” in the rush up to the election is that a few can get lost in the fray. Bill Clinton gave one of … Continue reading
Channel This Election Fervor Into Helping the Country
It is fear of change, or the lack of change, that are polarizing our electorate. In an odd way, my brief meeting with Joe the golden retriever owner, while doing … Continue reading