Tag Archives: 2012 election

Contrasting Attitudes of Gratitude

How many of you have seen the video of President Obama wiping away tears as he thanks his staff for sticking with him and working so hard for his reelection?  Among the highlights of the speech the president said “I come … Continue reading

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An Unforgettable Sight

In the aftermath of the election there are several images that have remained with me, imprinted on my mind. The first was Megyn Kelly, Bret Baier and Karl Rove sitting in stunned silence on the set of Fox News immediately after they … Continue reading

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Doomed by the Gender Gap

Todd Akin – defeated Richard Mourdock – defeated Joe Walsh – defeated John Koster – defeated Roscoe Bartlett – defeated Rick Berg – defeated Allen West – defeated In case you don’t recognize these names, they all lost congressional races … Continue reading

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Who to vote for – in a Nutshell

Who to vote for? It’s a vision thing. Obama sees a unified nation where we are strong because we support each other. His policies invest in all of us. He sees the forest and understands that it is made up … Continue reading

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