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Confusion and Bias in Florida Over New Vote Plan


I live in Florida and it is a great state. However, our state government has demonstrated several times in the past that it has problems fairly administering the voting process. A new crisis is brewing now. If you have any interest in fair democratic elections (anywhere in the world), you could make a call or send an email to help make sure the Florida officials do the right thing this time.

A Mighty Wind Blows


I just came across two good links at Marianne Williamson's website. Here they are:

Every once in a while, a mighty wind blows.

Bill Clinton's Good Reasons for Supporting Barack Obama


I just received this email from a friend.

"Now, one of Clinton's laws of politics is this. If one candidate is trying to scare you and the other one is try get you to think, if one candidate is appealing to your fears and the other one is appealing to your hopes, you better vote for the person who wants you to think and hope."
-Bill Clinton, 2004

Clinton Ridicules Obama Supporters During Campaign Rally


"Hillary Clinton's campaign is on its last legs after suffering a string of defeats to her rival Barack Obama. Clinton made the decision to go negative in an effort to halt Obama's rising momentum. " -- Huffington Post   |   February 24, 2008 03:31 PM

How Will Hillary Clinton Go Out?


"The choice before [Hillary Clinton] is to go down ugly with a serious risk of humiliation at the polls, or to go down classy, with a real chance of redemption."
Jonathan Alter, Newsweek

Poll respondents: Obama will be nominee

The air of inevitability that once surrounded Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Rodham Clinton has shifted to challenger Barack Obama. In a new national USA TODAY/Gallup Poll, those surveyed predict by 73%-20% that Obama will be the Democratic nominee.

Democratic voters hold that view by nearly 3-1.