2008 : elections
semio-politics "American Book"
I am in dialogue with myself... and not sure that I can be in any other dialogues -- that's much for my political involvement. [note for myself]
... instead of bibliography:
The Obama Nation (Hardcover) by Dr Jerome R Corsi 1416598065 --
or even more dramatic:
Obama - The Postmodern Coup: Making of a Manchurian Candidate by Webster Griffin Tarpley
... Should I unsubscribe from Amazon Nonfiction group (after being on for a day)?
video collection for jumpsut.com ?
... polls for commander-in-chief [group] :
From Libertarians for Obama lis : RE: Good neighbor :
August 31st, 2008 8:16 am
TV became entertainment long ago, TV-folks won't vote anyway.
Media resents Obama because he doesn't need them.
Let them run their sitcoms and sport.
"Forth Power" -- not in the box for idiots.
And that is also the change.
ó Anatoly, Alaska
[ Obama Outwits the Bloviators Ľ The disconnect between the reality of this campaign and how it is perceived and presented by the mainstream media is now a major part of the yearís story. ]
NYT Frank Rich
... PoMo US
"Summer Fool" -- book of fool [ru]
Jul 31, 2008 3:57 PM PDT
amazon(!) post/reply :
Yes, as a politician, who speaks better than Clinton, for one. Yes, if you mean "class" (act) in Marxist meaning -- and here comes the real change/challenge for Obama and America after he is in the White House. Maybe USA is ready for European socialism, maybe not. For good two decades we have America2.0 (After Reagan) -- and the "change," in many ways, actually took place already. We will be sorry with Obama or without -- global economic situation is CHANGED -- the question is not "who, but what" we will be voting for. Do I think that Obama is a better guy to lean how to act in "trouble times"? And who else? Last point -- Mister O. is "a class act" only because we used to have mediocrity as norm. There is a lot of resentment (including media) that he is not another "politician"...
facebook or/and myspace
10.13.02 -- last post I made at commander-in-chief & libertarians for obama : The lelections are over.
Now, the most interesting -- what President Obama could do.
The previous notes:video-seconds:
Real Choice -- or Change?
Another page to keep my poliyical notes (on Obama) in one place.
Big question I have -- Does the Democracy model work at all (today)?
"barack vs. obama" -- of course, my libertarian take on politics, maybe there is such conflict (as no visible inner conflict in GWB).
From Book of Fool,...
... where is Aristotle with his notes on US Politics?
quote:"... "Universal," "guaranteed" health care. "Free" college tuition. "Universal national service" (a la Havana). "Universal 401(k)s" (in which the government would match contributions made by "low- and moderate-income families"). "Free" job training (even for criminals). "Wage insurance" (to supplement dislocated union workers' old income levels). "Free" child care and "universal" preschool. More subsidized public housing. A fatter earned income tax credit for "working poor." A Global Poverty Act that amounts to a Marshall Plan for the Third World, first and foremost Africa.His new New Deal also guarantees a "living wage," with a $10 minimum wage indexed to inflation; and "fair trade" and "fair labor practices," with breaks for "patriot employers" who cow-tow to unions, and sticks for "nonpatriot" companies that don't. That's just for starters - first-term stuff. Obama doesn't stop with socialized health care. He wants to socialize your entire human resources department - from payrolls to pensions. His social-microengineering even extends to mandating all employers provide seven paid sick days per year to salary and hourly workers alike.
You can see why Obama was ranked, hands-down, the most liberal member of the Senate by the National Journal. "
... no time to recflect point-by-point.
MAP for 11.4.08