Saturday, September 27, 2008

Debate Game

As the nation struggles with the financial crisis, our future president struggles to express ideas people will vote for. Neither McCain nor Obama scored a knock out win, and they both seemed "presidential," especially after the Bush years. Obama certainly was far more in touch with the concerns of the middle-class, everyday person, while McCain continued to be the good general, all for the troops, victory, military spending, and tax cuts for the corporations.
It is hard to imagine Joe Biden in such an exchange with Sarah Palin.

It is a quiet weekend in Atlanta. Overcast. We all lift our hands to the sky in hope of rain. And those who are driving line up for gas liked starved refugees. It is limbo time.

And we recall the fine acting and character of Paul Newman. He will be greatly missed.


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