Monthly Archives: November 2008

Vindictive America Prepares to Push Itself Off the Ledge

People are pissed off, and for good reason.  The economy is in the tank.  And from the person-on-the-street perspective, the government’s only response has been to give unimaginable amounts of money to banks with little or no strings attached.  So … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the Auto Bailout Buzz

Well, here we are on the edge of the new Great Depression.  My heart goes out to all those graduating seniors staring at a non-existent labor market. I can’t add much to the heaps of commentary already out there.  But … Continue reading

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That was fast

President-elect Obama’s new website:  Change.gov . More later, but first my impression is, wow, this is really happening.  Also, note the headline quote: Today we begin in earnest the work of making sure that the world we leave our children … Continue reading

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Viva Obama: Organizer-in-Chief

I’m at a loss for words.  So I’ll just post one of my favorite campaign songs and get back to work.

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Vote for Love: No on Prop. 8

Election day is finally upon us.  As I’ve promised my wife, I’m making no predictions.  Don’t want to jinx it. But I did do a little phone-banking over the weekend, and I’ll say that the energy and enthusiasm are high … Continue reading

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