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Making History

Posted by mcm0704 on January 19, 2009 |

Tomorrow is an exciting day in history as we witness the swearing in of our new president, Barack Obama. It marks a great milestone for Americans, some of whom refused to let an African American into a school, let alone 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. That we have come this far is a great testament to the […]

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Something to Lighten Your Day

Posted by mcm0704 on November 12, 2008 |

Since I have been so busy this week I thought I would have a guest bring you a bit of humor. Here is another offering from Tracy Farr, a very funny man who also plays a mean banjo. A rose by any other name… I don’t know how you feel about the matter, but it […]

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Letter to Our New President

Posted by mcm0704 on November 5, 2008 |

It’s official, we now have a new president and we are in for an interesting four years. I’ll admit I was a Barack supporter, and I am pleased that he won. This morning, I received a message from Barack that was addressed to me personally. As I stated in my response to him, part of […]

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Blaming Barack

Posted by mcm0704 on November 1, 2008 |

In a recent editorial letter, a man in Texas wrote that Barack Obama’s candidacy for president has contributed mightily to the Wall Street meltdown. He further writes that the market is listening to both candidates and is frightened by the prospect of an Obama victory. A vote for Mr. McCain is a vote on behalf […]

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Ulterior Motives?

Posted by mcm0704 on October 28, 2008 |

In the Dallas Morning News Sunday, a man wrote that Colin Powell had ulterior motives when he endorsed Obama for President. In the letter to the editor, the man wrote that Powell was convinced that his legacy has been sullied by his association with the Bush administration, “Mr. Powell jumped on the bandwagon very late […]

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Will This Help Obama?

Posted by mcm0704 on August 14, 2008 |

This morning while reading some news items on CNN online, I ran across this announcement: “A U.S. District Court judge lifted travel restrictions Thursday for Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick so he can attend the Democratic National Convention August 25-28 in Denver, Colorado. The judge also said the beleaguered public official could remove his monitoring device. […]

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