Snobbery and Promotion
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Tag Archives: Barack Obama
Before I begin, I would like to disclaim that I am not a Constitutional lawyer nor do I pretend to be. But I am an avid reader, one who has read a lot of literature surrounding the pre-Civil War through … Continue reading
As the media launches it’s way into the play-by-play analysis of the Osama bin Laden raid, I’m left here struggling to figure out how I feel about the whole thing. I have come to the conclusion that I feel the … Continue reading
Since the Senate vote of 65-31 to repeal, I’ve been seeing people shouting “ASK, TELL” on twitter and in blogs as if removing the “Don’t” in front of each verb means the opposite. It’s a cute, catchy little marketing thing … Continue reading
I listened to President Obama’s press conference yesterday. I watched Chuck Todd ask questions and look really confused as he was getting a pretty straight-forward response from the president. Then, I watched as Todd was asked about the press conference … Continue reading
Take a good look at the map below. It is a county-by-county accounting of the 2008 presidential election. The red counties are Republicans; the blue are Democrats. The map is widely available to anyone on the Internet and if you … Continue reading
In November, the Democrats were on the ropes. The GOP had just elected themselves a golden child with Scott Brown and tilted the scales back below sixty votes in the Senate. They had won two gubernatorial elections in Virginia and … Continue reading