Wednesday, November 7, 2007

Dance like a butterfly

Perhaps Senator Barack Obama is wise to play it straight and honest in the early phases of the 2008 presidential campaign. Let the other candidate knock each other out of the ring. Prize fighter Muhammad Ali did well by not letting his opponent get to him. He was also ahead of the majority is saying, "War is against the teaching of the Holy Our'an," when he refused to serve in the Army during the Vietnam war.

Joe Kline describes Obama's performance versus Senator Hillary Clinton in Time magazine.

Howard Fineman and Richard Wolffe interviewed Obama for Newsweek.

Monday, November 5, 2007

Clinton unbent by gender flap

Don't underestimate Senator Hillary Clinton as she takes whatever course required to best position herself versus the other presidential candidates. Adam Nagourney and Patrick Healy have written an interesting piece in the New York Times.

Friday, October 26, 2007

Executive Hillary Clinton

Mark Leibovich writes in the NewYork Times that Senator Hillary Clinton is a very organized manager.

Friday, October 19, 2007

Blacks back Hillary

Senator Barack Obama should not take the votes of blacks for granted according to Roland S. Martin of CNN.

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Monday, October 15, 2007

Iraq busted US up

In the episode "Peak Performance" of the TV series Star Trek: The Next Generation, Lt. Commander Data plays the game Stategema against Zakdorn master strategist Sirma Kolrami. Realizing that he cannot win after being trounced in their first match, Data simply plays for a standoff in a rematch. He blocks all of Kolrami's attempts to win and yields a draw. Data's post-game summation: "I busted him up." (original episode and

General Ricardo S. Sanchez' assessment of the situation in Iraq is correct. The best outcome available for America now is not losing. The American people are way ahead of the government in this game. The opposition has busted the US up. The days when wars could be won are over.

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Friday, October 12, 2007

Tuesday, October 9, 2007