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The Washington Post piece implies that the same pe...

2008-02-24T11:53:00.000-05:00

The Washington Post piece implies that the same person who likely wrote the original for Dean is writing for Obama. If that is true, it would seem more likely that the writer is putting a twist on some of his previously successful licks. As the book by the title "Made to Stick" explains, because making stuff stick is so hard, writers are very likely to recycle their previous successes.



It just shows how desperate the Clinton camp is.Wh...

2008-02-20T22:28:00.000-05:00

It just shows how desperate the Clinton camp is.

What a wonderful post. Thank you.

Wouldn't it be a better world instead of wasting time on this "he stole words!" fiasco, we could actually talk about the future of our countries food system? The safety of our food system and what the candidates propose to change the current lack of any consideration for anything other than corporate earnings in the food sector.



I've read dozens of opinions on Clinton's latest t...

2008-02-20T21:18:00.000-05:00

I've read dozens of opinions on Clinton's latest tactic, but I think you put it best. Really though, all that this proves is how desperate Clinton is and how much she's grasping at straws.



wow. every time i hear deval introduce barack i wi...

2008-02-20T00:43:00.000-05:00

wow. every time i hear deval introduce barack i wish deval was running for president. HE is an amazing speaker. i wonder what he thinks about all of this.