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The Obama coalition: Melting pot or colloidal suspension?

Wednesday, November 7, 2012 (That’s a great picture, isn’t it? My sincere congratulations to President and Mrs. Obama. This is a really big deal, obviously. I wish their family and our country well, and plan to do whatever I can, however insignificant, to help. Back to work.) Aren’t you impressed that I can remember the […]
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Obama v. Romney: Evidence of the Wrong Attitude

Sunday, November 4, 2012 Words are powerful stuff. Sometimes, it’s only a matter of a word or two said in the rush of a last minute campaign speech that draw the sharpest contrasts between candidates. The following is a Romney commercial that draws what is arguably the most meaningful distinction between the two candidates. It […]
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President Obama diagnosed with IDD.

Sunday, September 23, 2012 You’ve heard this before. On a crowded, rush hour subway, a man is standing, sharing hand-space on one of the polls. He’s staring down at a woman sitting in front of him, holding her baby. Finally, he can’t help himself. “Lady, that’s the ugliest baby I’ve ever seen.” Another man, standing […]
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Why is Mitt Romney down in the polls?

Thursday, September 20, 2012 More to the point, why was he up in the polls before the conventions? And what’s happened since the conventions to make a difference? I’ll be brief. (“Thank goodness.” Really? I heard that.) The reason is that there has been a change in attitude among voters. That change in attitude is, […]
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Dating Romney

Thursday, September 6, 2012 Hi. A couple of days ago, a wrote a piece that gave my advice to a friend who is a liberal when it comes to social issues, but who believes we need a fiscal conservative in The White House. Her dilemma has to do with compromising her social concerns in return […]
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