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Obama ran and won, I believe my kids can fly

I couple years ago the theme song for the mixed action cartoon movie with Michael Jordan was Space Jam was I believe I can fly. African American kids all across the country sang that song with visions of becoming a … Continue reading

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reflections on political history

Last night as we watched the events unfold that ended the Democratic primary process and gave Barack Obama the nomination, the reactions of my family stick in my mind. My son (who favors Obama a bit according to his peers) asked … Continue reading

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Adventures in missing the truth

Welcome to another episode of adventures in missing the truth. Priest Mocks Clinton in Sermon – AOL News WARNING RANT AHEAD Maybe I reading the wrong papers or viewing the wrong political pundits. But I heard them all say the … Continue reading

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damned if you do redux

OK so it is clear that i wasn’t very clear in my thoughts in this post  damned if you do damned if you don’t. This is not about being politically for Obama or Clinton. It is my observation of how differently … Continue reading

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damned if you do and damned if you don’t

First he was criticized for not being a fighter now Obama is being criticized because his was/is a political fighter. Check out his article on CNN. Obama played hardball in first Chicago campaign – CNN.com The double standard strains credibility … Continue reading

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why race matters the audacity of restoring hope

In many ways I have resisted commenting on the current presidential campaign. I’m not a US citizen so I don’t get a vote. I don’t want to be misinterpreted as often happens when people blog on politics. But in the … Continue reading

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