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Closing arguments – Why I Continue to Support Barack Obama, Economy

I continue to be amazed at how some Americans will believe just about anything. Barack Obama was born in Kenya. Barack Obama was born in Indonesia. Barack Obama is a Muslim. Barack Obama is a communist. Over the last five years, I have heard it all. I’m sure somewhere I read that Barack Obama is really a space alien from the planet Alpha Centurai. President Barack Obama has led the country in truly trying times. It’s only been over the last 15 years or so in which our political discourse has deteriorated so much that it doesn’t matter what you say

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Harry Reid – what have you done for me lately?

A friend of mine has written the letter to Senator Harry Reid. It is about the filibuster. I must admit that I’m sitting on the fence about the filibuster. On one hand, I can see how it is a tool to give power to minority and I know that Democrats won’t always be in the majority. On the other hand, qualified applicants to many positions are being blocked by the GOP simply because they can. Here are my friend’s thoughts: Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid 522 Hart Senate Office Bldg. Washington, DC 20510 Dear Senator Reid, Last January many senators from

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Jon Stewart – Restoring Sanity

Here is Jon Stewart’s closing speech at his Rally to Restore Sanity. (As I mentioned in my comments earlier today, on this blog, I will insist on a reasonable discussion. I’m happy to discuss the issues with anybody. I will not put up with name calling. It just isn’t necessary. As a matter fact, it is unnecessarily inflammatory. Therefore, certain comments may mysteriously disappear if I don’t think they’re civil. I’m happy to have people disagree with me and others on this blog. It has been said before that it is possible to disagree without being disagreeable. I appreciate everyone who

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Errington C. Thompson, MD

Dr. Thompson is a surgeon, scholar, full-time sports fan and part-time political activist. He is active in a number of community projects and initiatives. Through medicine, he strives to improve the physical health of all he treats.


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