Showing posts from July, 2009

Iran: Yes, We Can

Victory is very possible in Iran. Yes, we can.

Iran is a very important country. It has had limited democracy for decades, something Egypt and Saudi Arabia can not boast of. It is a large population. Iran is one country where if a grassroots movement will bring forth democracy, the Arab world at large will likely see a domino effect.

I have been so very impressed with the resilience of the Iranian people. They can clearly go past the first few weeks. They have proven a democracy movement need not be a passing fad that takes the streets for a week or two or three and then withers away at the first sign of crackdown.

The Iranian people are a very brave people. Yes, we can.

Iran has had a grudge against America. The CIA toppled a democratically elected government in Iran. Then the US punished the Iranian people much later by unleashing Saddam Hussein on them.

But both sides have to look for new beginnings. The US just did the unthinkable. It elected a black guy for president. The America that…

Off To Get Some Political Juice

Image by tsevis via FlickrGoing To A Political Event

This headline would have sounded oddly odd last year. But this year it sounds just right. So far I have managed to stay away from political events. Even last year my complete digitality meant I would largely pass through people's fingers. People would have a hard time pinning me down. He has a blog. Does he want to be on the media committee? No? He shows up for every event everywhere. Does he want to be on the insider conference call? No? Weird. He knows all the top Obama volunteers in all four boroughs - the five families - but what is his title? No title?

I was only interested in showing up for events - event planning not being my cup of tea - and getting my word out on the big picture. My presence was utterly local, I never stepped outside the city boundaries as an Obama volunteer, but my focus always was national.
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Going To A Political Event

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Remember Zenni Optical during this back to school season when you are shopping around for glasses for your children. Do you have children who wear glasses? Do they sometimes break them or lose them? Or perhaps even often? Does that end up costing you a lot of money? Are you looking to be able to afford ($ 8 Rx eyeglasses) fashionable glasses for your children?
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Hughes Net: More Convenient Than Dial-Up

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HughesNet Internet is better than dial-up, and not necessarily that much more expensive. There is so much that the internet has to offer these days, that is you are not on broadband it is as if you are not even online.

Broadband is a must in today's knowledge economy. For work, for life.

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