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October 01, 2008, 1:00am

The Republicans fight dirtyathey take every opportunity to shift the political conversation from substance to frivolity. They don’t want the public to see the huge differences between the two parties.  Less than two weeks ago, John McCain mocked Senator Obama’s … Read more »

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September 27, 2008, 1:00am

A couple of weeks ago, I turned on my television to tune into the Sunday morning news shows hoping to get a glimpse of Sarah Palin in order to learn more about her. I remember hearing from Bob Schieffer that … Read more »

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September 23, 2008, 1:00am

The McCain machine has attacked Barack Obama again using the tired Republican myth of the “tax and spend liberal.” BARACK OBAMA IS GOING TO GIVE 3 TIMES THE TAX CUTS AS JOHN MCCAIN TO 95% OF THE PEOPLE!!!… only the … Read more »

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September 19, 2008, 1:00am

We are in the worst financial crisis this country has faced in modern times. During these eight long years of Republican control, we have seen runaway greed, the deregulation of financial institutions and the mismanagement of the housing market resulting … Read more »

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September 10, 2008, 1:00am

The media has labeled John McCain a “moderate maverick” and a reformer. That moniker could not be more misrepresentative of the core values of the current Republican candidate running for President. The real John McCain has a history of voting … Read more »

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August 29, 2008, 1:00am

Maybe he was sick of the lack of media attentionamaybe he had enough of the late night talk show hosts poking fun at his ageamaybe he realized that belonging to a party that has been associated with rich, white men … Read more »

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August 13, 2008, 1:00am

I think Americans would agree that intelligence – examining our complicated world and finding the best solutions for hard questions; reading; thinking; evaluating different points of view; etc. – is an important quality for a president to have. After all, … Read more »

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July 28, 2008, 1:00am

You strongly supported Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton for the Democratic nomination. Was switching to Sen. Barack Obama difficult?
We had a very deep bench of Democratic Presidential candidates in the primary, and we were very lucky to finally have two … Read more »

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June 30, 2008, 1:00am

‘Out of many, one’ It’s the sentiment he’s repeated since the moment the world was first introduced to Senator Barack Obama at the 2004 Democratic convention. It’s the idea trailblazers before him have used to inspire a generation of people … Read more »

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February 19, 2008, 1:00am

Over these past few weeks, I have been thinking a lot about the public’s disapproval of the democrats in Congress. Americans voted for change in the last election, but today most of the public falsely believe that democrats have only … Read more »

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