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NYT: Following the Script: Obama, McCain and The West Wing

I knew it… Today the New York Times featured an article that describes the similarities of the last two seasons of “The West Wing“ and the current presidential election. It’s stunning and if you haven’t seen the series yet, you should, it’s fabulous.

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"Unbelievable McCain Vs. Obama Dance-Off"

Here is an entertaining video I just found through the Huffington Post. I dedicate this to all Hip Hop Awareness activists. To check it out, click here.

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Debate Season Looms

Eight quick thoughts on the arrival of debate season….

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A Few Quick Thoughts About McCain’s Acceptance Speech

Can McCain do it? Can he outperform Palin? He certainly has to, if he doesn’t want the news media and the comedians to tear him apart.

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Double Standards, Abortion, & Palin's Speech

On Monday, the news broke that Palin’s 17-year-old daughter is pregnant. The story caused a intense debate about McCain’s judgment and the issue of teen pregnancy in the US. A prominent question has been whether it is even okay to talk about Palin’s daughter, since it is a private issue. Sure, it’s dicey, but isn’t it relevant considering Palin’s pro-life stance?

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Ironic Hostilitiy: Republicans Attacking the "Liberal" Media

Sitting in the press stands during the speeches last night was very intense. A lot of  hostility towards the media was expressed in the speeches. I felt the negative vibe and wondered if some people would like to throw things at us. Seriously! People in the audience were pointing at the writing press in disgust when the speakers mentioned the “liberal” bias of the media and then they started booing.

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The Issues on Labor Day: Bush, McCain, and Teen Pregnancy

Today, the Republican National Convention started in St. Paul/Minneapolis. The official program was shortened due to the potentially dangerous storm Gustav. The happenings on the floor in Xcel Center took place for only about 3 hours. President Bush, who was supposed to headline the evening stayed in Washington to deal with Gustav. One delegate told me that that is the best thing that could have happened. Having Bush in St. Paul, he argued, would have only given Obama more ammunition against McCain.

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McCain's VP Pick, Clinton Supporters, & the Hard Fight Ahead

McCain’s VP pick again underscores how hard the Democrats will have to work over the next 143 days to reunite their party with upset Clinton supporters. At the same time, Obama’s acceptance speech, watched by 38 million Americans (!), showed how many people he can inspire. Still, a large portion of Americans are very skeptical of him and his background.

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