Monthly Archives: November 2012

The Case Against Mitt Romney

Let me begin with this proposition: Mitt Romney wasn’t a bad Governor of Massachusetts, and he probably wouldn’t be a bad President of the United States.  That’s not to say that he would be a good one.  So how does … Continue reading

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The Case for President Obama

Back in 2007, when Obama first began running for President, I shared many of the same misgivings that others had about his lack of experience.  If Sarah Palin had only been the Governor Alaska for a year, then Obama had … Continue reading

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Elizabeth Warren for Senate

I’ve already previously discoursed ad nauseam on the Presidential election and why it’s important to me, but I also wanted to weigh in on the Senate contest between Elizabeth Warren and Scott Brown. First of all, to Scott Brown.  I … Continue reading

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