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By Stan (Contact)

Published October 25, 2008

Just like all elections this one has its moments. The good,the bad and the ugly. Politics at it's best,right? Obama the unknown versus McCain the maverick. Which one is best for us? The answer lies in what they do in office. Right now this is an unknown that only the future will tell. Politicians have a habit of appeasing the public with hollow words that don't become fact once they are in office. Neither one has ever been a President so it would be on the job training for both of them.

Two big issues face our nation. Cheap energy and jobs. With security there is no imminent threat but an implied threat. Right now there is no country on this earth foolish enough to attack us but this could all change if we are weakened further internally.

We must continue to develop our internal resources along with international resources that we have an interest in. Trading partners must have real goods sent to them and not a piling up of debt as we have now. America must once again export to the world in large volumes to keep America working and economically healty.



1Stan(9923 comments)posted 6 years, 4 months ago

For those who got all excited about the change that was coming, it seems to be all in how you define change. Remember how Bill Clinton tried to define the word sex for us? Well those good old days are coming back. Many of the old Clinton political machine have been given positions by Obama. Hillary herself is coming aboard as Secretary of State. Bill should be appointed as Ambassador to Luxembourg to keep friction to a minimum. This probably wont happen as he has his sights set on administering to the interns hired by our government. Is this really change? It depends on how you view the word change. It will be the version of change as in changing the time back in the fall.

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2andersonathan(682 comments)posted 6 years, 1 month ago

A fine example of long term drug use reflects in your blog.

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3Stan(9923 comments)posted 5 years, 10 months ago

So andersonathan, you feel that everyone has followed in your footsteps?

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4abtech(48 comments)posted 5 years, 7 months ago

I think, and hope, that the change Obama referrs to and did refer to is the corporate grip on America (and the world) being greased up to slip off...

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5Stan(9923 comments)posted 5 years, 7 months ago

We need more of a corporate grip on America and to lessen our corporation's incentive and capability to take our wealth and manufacturing innovations to other countries . Large corporations are the core of America's wealth . They help feed, clothe and house us .

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