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Sunday, December 4, 2022

Palin, you have no idea what the 1960s were like so shut up about Bill Ayers.

I wasn’t a radical like Bill Ayers, but I knew young men and women very much like him. While I disagreed with violent protests, what we’d be justified in calling domestic terrorism today, I understood their motivations very well. I was a student at Michigan State, one of the primary campuses where the anti-war movement took shape (link)*. I was an anti-war protester and leader of my graduate department’s student anti-war group. I knew several members of the SDS (Students for a Democratic Society) and very possibly a Weatherman or Black Panther, at least to say hello to. Did that make me a pal of terrorists? Hardly.

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A heartbeat away from the Oval Office

“And I want to give you a couple details on that. He’s proposing a $5,000 tax credit for families so that they can get out there and they can purchase their own health care coverage. That’s a smart thing to do. That’s budget neutral. That doesn’t cost the government anything as opposed to Barack Obama’s plan to mandate health care coverage and have universal government run program. . ..”

Five hundred billion dollars in tax credits is budget neutral? And she repeated it just a few seconds later.

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With 27 days left, the Obama lead is firming up…

…and the McCain attack is getting personal, desperate and as far from discussing the economy as the old man can get. Sitting in my comfy chair and watching the Sunday morning political shows… clicker in my hand… and touring the campaign oriented web-sites from both sides, I’m getting a little more confident that we might have a real change in Washington.

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Palin calls Obama terrorist buddy

Republican Vice Presidential nominee Sarah Palin went from winking hockey mom to snarling attack dog this weekend, tuning up the GOP smear machine with claims that Democrat Barack Obama "pals around" with terrorists and linking him with one of the founders of the Weather Underground.

The attack is not surprising, given the recent slide of John McCain and Palin in polls and Obama’s surge as the economy takes center state as a major campaign issue.

What might be surprising, however, is the viciousness of the attacks. Obama, on the other hand, appears prepared for the onslaught.

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