All posts tagged: obama

Friday, again

Current Affairs

It is two months since the presidential election, and everyone is in a seemingly pre-assigned groove. Obama making appointments to the Cabinet — it appears like an endless stream of new people giving their introductory speeches in front of the cameras, even though I know that there is only a finite number of Cabinet posts to be filled. The daughters have started school. Bush is in hiding except for a few carefully arranged interviews on […]

Election day, post #1

Current Affairs

And who knows, this may be my last post today. We’ll see how it goes. You might not know this, because I haven’t been posting about it, but I have, as of a few weeks ago, made my choice of candidate. A few days ago, I sent in my absentee ballot with my choice clearly marked. And I voted for… the candidate of my choice. I just don’t want to get this blog sidetracked into […]

What I was thinking myself

Current Affairs

This was exactly my opinion last night while I was watching the debate. The constant repetition of “my friends” was spooking me out, but I didn’t think anyone else had noticed it, until I read the following. Via The Volokh Conspiracy – Dear Senator McCain:… Dear Senator McCain: Repeatedly calling me and everyone else in the United States “my friends” is extremely annoying. In part, it’s just an irritating phrase. Beyond that, I’m not your friend. […]

A hidden Obama defect. Sort of.


Okay, I have to admit that this reason got by me at first, but it’s obvious if you think about it. I myself worry about Obama because he is too slick, too appealing. I want to cheer when he speaks, but why? I have to question everything. American Thinker: The odd choices in Barack Obama’s career It’s time to throw my hat in the ring as regards predicting the election results. So here it is: […]

Just when I'm thinking of voting for him…

Current Affairs

Every time I’m thinking of voting for Obama, I get a dash of cold water in the face. Thanks, Venomous Kate! Another Take On Obama’s Inexperience Not surprisingly, he immediately backed off from his statement because, after all, Obama himself only has 143 days of actual Senate experience yet believes he’s qualified to lead the free world. It’s the debates — the one particularly at Saddleback — where I start thinking he maybe isn’t so […]