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Ronald Reagan: A Time for Choosing


As true today as it was on Oct. 27, 1964…

Obama’s South Side of Chicago: Very UN-Changed

Got this video of the South Side of Chicago, which Obama ‘organized’ for a number of years, from Chicagoans Against Obama, who got it from Rezko Watch. They are both worthwhile sites, so check ’em out.

Is Hillary Clinton Changing Her Vote?

She sure seems like a McCain supporter to me. Watch:

Who will Obama Throw Under the Bus Next?

Any ideas on who Obama will throw under the bus next? My hope is that he goes with the utterly detestable Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid…He’s a disgrace…

(H/T: Jawa)

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Ronald Reagan – A Time for Choosing: As true today as it was on Oct. 27, 1964…

Reagan would run circles around the junior Senator from Illinois…

What do Luke Skywalker, Barack Obama, Winnie the Pooh, and a Soccer Hooligan have in common?

THE ANSWER: FOREIGN POLICY

U.K. Telegraph: Winnie the Pooh, Luke Skywalker and British football hooligans could shape the foreign policy of Barack Obama if he becomes US President, according to a key adviser.

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What’s Wrong With This Detroit News Headline??? Take A Wild Guess

To Barry from John: Let’s Chat…

Full Letter Delivered Today To Senator Barack Obama:

June 4, 2008

The Honorable Barack Obama
Obama for America
P.O. Box 8102
Chicago, Illinois 60680

Dear Senator Obama:

In 1963, Senator Barry Goldwater and President John F. Kennedy agreed to make presidential campaign history by flying together from town to town and debating each other face-to-face on the same stage. In Goldwater’s words, those debates “would have done the country a lot of good.” Unfortunately, with President Kennedy’s untimely death, Americans lost the rare opportunity of witnessing candidates for the highest office in the land discuss civilly and extensively the great issues at stake in the election. What a welcome change it would be were presidential candidates in our time to treat each other and the people they seek to lead with respect and courtesy as they discussed the great issues of the day, without the empty sound bites and media-filtered exchanges that dominate our elections. It is in the spirit of President Kennedy’s and Senator Goldwater’s agreement, in the spirit of the politics of change, and to do our country good, that I invite you to join me in participating in town hall meetings across the country to discuss the most important issues facing Americans. I also suggest we fly together to the first town hall meeting as a symbolically important act embracing the politics of civility.

I propose these town hall meetings be as free from the regimented trappings, rules and spectacle of formal debates as possible, and that we pledge to the American people we will not allow the idea to die on the negotiation table as our campaigns work out the details. I suggest we agree to participate in at least ten town halls once a week with the first on June 11 or 12 in New York City at Federal Hall until the week before the Democratic Convention begins at locations to be determined by our campaigns. Federal Hall is particularly fitting as it was the place where George Washington took the oath of office as our first President and the birthplace of American government hosting the first Congress, Supreme Court and Executive Branch offices. These town halls should be attended by an audience of between two to four hundred selected by an independent polling agency, could be sixty to ninety minutes in length, have very limited moderation by an independ ent local moderator, take blind questions from the audience selected by the moderator and allow for equally proportional time for answers by each of us. All of these are suggestions that can be finalized by our campaigns. What is important is that we commit to participate in these history making meetings to join in the higher level of discourse that Americans clearly would prefer.

To show our good faith, we should both commit to the first town hall I have suggested. In the mean time, we can work out dates for future town hall meetings.

I look forward to your favorable reply and to the opportunity to work with you to give Americans a better opportunity to understand our differences, our agreements and the leadership we offer them.

Sincerely,

John McCain
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Seinfeld, McClellan and the Book About Nothing

What I find bizarre in the saga of Scott Mclellan is that his book offers very little in the way of evidence and proves nothing, yet he is willing to turn on the person who gave him the opportunity of a lifetime and many who once called him “friend”.  

 

In the book, he admits the President believed in his heart that Saddam was trying to get, or already had, WMD’s and the evidence provided by previous administrations, foreign governments and the C.I.A. all backed up that assertion. McClellan just says the administration, in his opinion, was too quick to dismiss alternatives to the liberation of the Iraqi people. That is legitimate, but there is no proof in the book and McClellan wasn’t even in a position to provide anything but innuendo and opinion.

 

In the end, McClellan will be left friendless with a pocket full of money and nobody will ever trust him again. To me, that is sad.

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**Like Seinfeld, McClellan’s book is much ado about Nothing.**