I’ve come to the conclusion that talking about Obama and Clinton is akin to debating religion and, sadly, there’s no sign of Kirk Cameron and his Croc-a-duck (if you don’t get that reference, go to Youtube and search for it — it’s well worth it). I won’t deny that a large part of Obama’s appeal…… Continue reading Speeches
This year’s state of the union was strange. Aside from the fact that there was no vice-president running after a two term president, but the primaries were clearly overshadowing Bush’s last year in office. It wasn’t just that the nomination process was getting more air time, it’s that every single one of the candidates were,…… Continue reading Window of Opportunity
Her non-vote on Tuesday regarding the FISA bill (both Obama and McCain voted, McCain believing that the telecoms deserve retroactive immunity, Obama believing differently) — because, you know, it’s not like the primaries that day were being held anywhere near DC or anything — I actually like Hillary. I like her a lot more than…… Continue reading Hillary
The title of this entry, by the way, is also a line from a short story I just wrote. I’m nothing if not self-promotional. This is a rather brief (yes, it’s brief for me) explanation of why I’m on the Obama wagon. I originally posted this on my livejournal: I’m going to try to explain…… Continue reading “Crazy doesn’t just happen.”
It was only a matter of time. I have been boring the few people on my livejournal friends list to death with my constant talk of the 2008 presidential primaries. So for the sake of their sanity, I’ve decided to start a blog specifically covering the events of the next year. I won’t pretend to…… Continue reading Yeah, that makes perfect sense.