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What BostonBoomer said:

Was the debate schedule gamed for Obama too?

Posted on September 23, 2008 by bostonboomer

We now know that the DNC did everything in their power to make sure Barack Obama would be the Democratic nominee for President. Never mind what the voters wanted, this is the year the DNC decided to nominate a black man. Anyone who thought Hillary Clinton was the better candidate was screamed at, called a racist, and told to either stand aside or get out of the Party. The DNC even scheduled their convention so the winner would accept the nomination on the anniversary of Martin Luther King’s “I have a dream” speech. Accident? I don’t think so.

http://riverdaughter.wordpress.com/2008/09/23/was-the-debate-schedule-gamed-for-obama-too/#comment-152597

So, this is an interesting juxtaposition to the recent AP survey on race, the reports on the HIV crisis, Katrina rebuilding, and unemployment.

We surely know by now that McCain will fight and must have a plan as well. What might be his reasoning for agreeing to this location choice? Who would be his audience? (more…)

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Gary Baugarten will have Brad Friedman as guest on NewsTalk Online Today at 5:00 PM ET. Brad runs the BradBlog, and reports on election fraud , voter machine error, etc.

Gary has a link to click and listen, no charge. Go HERE.

Additionally, Brad recently interviewed Jennifer Brunner of Ohio, on the upcoming election.

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It’s not over yet. More countries are involved. The EU is checking their biscuits, South Korea is checking their butter, African countries,  Asian countries, Has anyone heard from North Korea? I wonder if the only subject of the  Yu, Yan and Rice meetings is nukes? If you know anyone shopping asian, again, let them know. Milk, milk powder, butter, dairy derivatives, processed foods containing dairy, like cookies, biscuits, breads, puddings, creams. Hey, it’s just me, but that’s what I’d be wondering about. Processed foods are the worst at containing things you didn’t expect. Check the labels, It’s your life, if you’re aren’t sure don’t buy it. (more…)

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The world may be going to hell in an economic handbasket, but this stuff just keeps coming.

The NWLC has some late news on the legal front for women; (more…)

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Good question Ted, maybe we SHOULD revisit a psychological reason:

By Ted Widmer, Sunday, September 21, 2008; Page B01

After a nerve-rattling week in which the U.S. financial system was shaken to the core, here’s a simple question: Why on Earth would anyone want to be president right now?

THIS STORY

Aftershocks: When a New President Inherits a Mess

Monday, Sept. 22, 2 p.m.

ET: Outlook: No White House Honeymoon

[Even in the best of times, it’s a grueling job. But the problems of 2008 seem unusually intractable, and despite the fine talk one sometimes hears about reconciliation, the electorate will be divided no matter who wins in November. Even Bush’s snarkiest critics would have had trouble predicting all the rough weather of the second term, from Hurricane Katrina to the smoldering wars in Iraq and Afghanistan to the bursting of the housing bubble, the financial meltdown and the Recession That Dare Not Speak Its Name. Would any sane person want to inherit this?…]

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2008/09/19/AR2008091902803.html

At 35% of the population in CA, alone, You can bet McCain and Obama are not taking the Hispanic community for granted! Has anyone heard a word about an attempt to woo Asian voters? (more…)

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The latest AP news on the Chinese milk scandal. The figure for sickened children has more than doubled at nearly 12,900. Be sure and read the whole AP story, linked below: (more…)

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Ah yes, the astroturf of big money: (more…)

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