Remember the day after the mid term elections in 2010? President Obama was not shy about stating that his party, of which he is the standard bearer, took a major … Continue reading
Health Care Repeal: In Politics, Sometimes The Customer Is Not Always Right
If Gallup had existed in Colonial times, we would still be saluting the British flag. At any time of great consequence in our nation’s history, our leaders have led, not … Continue reading
“Taxpayer March” – Real Outrage or McCain-Palin White Angst II?
Are we seeing the dividends of John McCain’s 11th hour attempt to use white fear and anger to launch himself into the Oval Office?
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
ACORN Attacks A Smokescreen For Undercutting Black And Latino Vote
We all knew, back in 2004 when some folks said: “You know, that Barack Obama, he could just wind up being the President one day,” the other thought following it … Continue reading
Republican Party Top Dogs Keep Distancing Themselves From McCain
Yesterday the McCain campaign suggested that they had Barack Obama right where they want him. It reminded me of the old Monty Python “Holy Grail” movie’s Black Knight, who, after … Continue reading
Internet Users More Mobile, Curious And Able To Unite Against Religious Right
That you are reading these words on the Huffington Post is part of the biggest game-changer in politics: The Internet.