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Saturday, January 23, 2021

Time to reassess our American Dreams

I know quite a few people on both the left and the right who feel that we as Americans have sold our soul to the devil.

That’s not my biggest concern.

What bothers me the most about it is that we sold out so damn cheaply. We’re a lot like Jack, who sold the cow for a bag of magic beans. Except that when we tried to plant them in hopes of growing a beanstalk, they turned out to be Skittles.

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Power-Sharing 2

In our last blog, we explored the idea of expanding representation by having more than one representative for each district. This way, instead of fifty-one percent of those who bother to vote being represented, and forty-nine percent (plus all those who don’t bother to vote) being unrepresented, you would have (probably) ninety percent of the population represented.

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Whom would you hire?

With America facing historic debt, multiple war fronts, stumbling
health care, a weakened dollar, all-time high prison population, skyrocketing
Federal spending, mortgage crises, bank foreclosures, etc. etc., this is an
unusually critical election year.

Let’s look at the educational background of the candidates and see what they bring to the job:
Obama:
Occidental College – Two years.
Columbia University – B.A. political science with a specialization in international relations.

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Obama takes battle to GOP turf

In the final weekend of a long race for the White House, Barack Obama promised to heal America’s political divisions while rival John McCain fought to hold on to Republican-leaning states and pledged to score an upset.

For Obama, buoyed by record campaign donations and encouraging poll numbers, it was a time for soaring rhetoric and forays into Republican territory. "We have a righteous wind at our back," the Democrat said Saturday.

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Crank call gets through to Sarah Palin

Sarah Palin unwittingly took a prank call Saturday from a Canadian comedian posing as French President Nicolas Sarkozy and telling her she would make a good president someday.

"Maybe in eight years," replies a laughing Palin.

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