Monthly Archives: August 2008

Palin is Good Gamble–Blog in Washington Post

Sarah Palin was a home run for McCain.Will this home run be enough to win the game? We’ll have to wait and see. She is a go getter that’s for certain.  They say she is a quick study. I like … Continue reading

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Sarah Palin Poses Risk to McCain–Letter to LA Times

  I expected the same old politics to play into the Republican VP selection. This did not happen. Instead Senator McCain hit a grand slam home run by selecting a fresh young face with an inspiring resume in his selection of Sarah … Continue reading

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McCain Hits Home Run with Selection of Sarah Palin

  Dear Senator McCain:   I must tell you how proud that I am today to be a Republican! With your selection of Sarah Palin you have smashed a grand slam home run. Until the rally today in Dayton I … Continue reading

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Democratic Convention is Major Failure–Letter to NY Times

  After listening intently to the speeches of Hillary and Bill Clinton and Joe Biden, I am personally convinced that the Democratic convention will end in a whimper tonight with the oratory of the annointed one, Barack Obama. For all the emotional, … Continue reading

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The Free World’s Problem With Russia-Letter to LA Times

  Your article reports that Russia formally recognizes Abkhazia and SouthOssetia as independent nations.   This power play by Russia means that the United States and the entire free world now have been thrust into a completely new relationship with Russia. The future … Continue reading

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Isolate Russia over its policies in Georgia–Letter to the NY Times

  This is in regard to your article  in which you reported that Russia on Tuesday formally recognized the independence of South Ossetia and Abkhazia, the two enclaves in Georgia whose separatist aspirations stirred the fierce conflict this month.   … Continue reading

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Bill Moyer’s Journal–Andrew J. Bacevich Interview

On August 15, 2008 Bill Moyers interviewed Boston University professor Andrew J. Bacevich.  Bacevich is a retired Army Colonel,educated at West Point, who participated in the Vietnam War. Bacevich has a gentle intellectual manner. He believes that Americans are unwilling to negotiate the American way of … Continue reading

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