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State Of The Union Watch Parties

There were two locations to go to.
Dewey's Flatiron – upstairs
210 5th Ave, between 25th and 26thThe Irish Rogue - upstairs
346 W 44th St, between 8th and 9th AvesI wanted to go to both. So I did. I first went to the one nearer. Other MYD officers won uncontested. Lee Motayed won handy. She had an opponent. She is of Indian heritage. She looked awfully happy. She is amazing.

Then I took the train to the other site. It started nice. Then closer to nine, the place was so full. I missed the idea of space. I actually stepped outside. I thought I would go back to the other place. Closer to Times Square I turned back. I figured I might miss the speech.

On my way out, I crossed the two DFNYC women Tracey and Heather. I don't think they saw me. They were looking good.

So, Heather, how do you feel about the war in Iraq?

Justin Krebs and Lewis Cohen spoke at the beginning, and the ACT Now guy.

Made peace with Cohen.

"Hello Paramendra, nice to see you. How are you doing?" Is all it take…

JFK, Obama Parallels: Catholic, Black

Somewhere along the way, Barack is going to have to give a speech like this one.
'I Believe in an America Where the Separation of Church and State is Absolute' September 12, 1960, address to the Greater Houston Ministerial Association John F. Kennedy While the so-called religious issue is necessarily and properly the chief topic here tonight, I want to emphasize from the outset that we have far more critical issues to face in the 1960 election; the spread of Communist influence, until it now festers 90 miles off the coast of Florida--the humiliating treatment of our President and Vice President by those who no longer respect our power--the hungry children I saw in West Virginia, the old people who cannot pay their doctor bills, the families forced to give up their farms--an America with too many slums, with too few schools, and too late to the moon and out…

Fox, Barack, Islam

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Clinton out in front with 24-point lead Guardian Unlimited41% support among Democrats or Democrat-leaning voters, with the party's fast-rising star Barack Obama, who declared last week, on only 17%. ... John Edwards, who is fighting on an anti-poverty and strong anti-war ticket, is in third place with 11% and Al Gore, the former vice-president who continues to insist he will not stand, is on 10%. ... the nomination campaign still has 18 volatile months to run ..... Asked how they would vote in a presidential election, 49% said Democrat and 28% Republican. The same poll suggested that oppposition to Mr Bush's Iraq policy continues to grow, with 70% expressing disapproval ...... Bill Richardson, the governor of New Mexico, also announced his intention to seek to become the first Hispanic president .... she enjoyed greater support among women (49%) t…

Hillary Is In

John Edwards: Antiwar

An Obama Administration

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President: Barack Obama
Vice President: Hillary Clinton
Secretary Of State: Jennifer Granholm
Secretary Of Defense: Wesley Clark
Secretary Of Treasury: Carly Fiorina
Secretary Of Education: Mark Warner
Secretary Of Justice: Eliot Spitzer
Secretary Of Housing And Urban Development: John Edwards
Secretary Of Agriculture: Tom Vilsack
Secretary Of Transportation: Bill Richardson
Secretary Of Health And Human Services: Bobby Jindal
Secretary Of Commerce: James Cayne
Secretary Of Homeland Security: Rudy Giuliani
Secretary Of The Interior: Deval Patrick
Secretary Of Labor: Kathleen Sebelius
Secretary Of Energy: _________
Secretary Of Veteran Affairs: _________

Ambassador to Siberia: George W Bush

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Abraham Lincoln - Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaLincoln was known for appointing his political rivals to high positions i…