ON MY MIND Disappointed and disillusioned
A woman president for the United States? Yes!
How about Hillary?
I would have voted for her during the last election if she were the democratic candidate. But not any more. No, not after I hav... Posted on 2/8/10 at 4:32 PM
The question of the moment seems to be, Will Amy run?
Minnesota’s U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar will speak at a Democratic fundraiser in Iowa later this month — and that has fueled speculation about her as a presidential candidate.
Wild celebrations broke out on Tehran streets that were battlefields four years ago as reformist-backed Hasan Rowhani capped a stunning surge to claim Iran's presidency on Saturday, throwing open the political order after relentless crackdowns by hard-liners to consolidate and safeguard their grip on power.
Ali Akbar Bareini and Brian Murphy
, June 15, 2013
Iran's reformist-backed presidential candidate surged to a wide lead in early vote counting Saturday, a top official said, suggesting a flurry of late support could have swayed a race that once appeared solidly in the hands of Tehran's ruling clerics.
The president of Pakistan said in an interview aired Sunday that he will not run for another term, a decision that was widely expected after his party was trounced in parliamentary elections last month.
Young supporters hold signs outside Hillary Rodham Clinton's speeches urging her to run for president. Audiences listen with rapt attention as she discusses the plight of women and girls in developing countries.
There’s something the media lies about or ignore every single day: Presidental candidate Ron Paul from Texas.
The reason is what I mentioned above: Paul challenges the status quo and threatens to steer our country once and for all in the direction of real prosperity.
I think it’s fair to say if you are a liberal, Democrat, progressive, communist, socialist or Marxist, you may not care for Pawlenty’s policies. But if you want more out of life for your family, you’d vote for Pawlenty for anything from city council member to the presidency.
The sole reason Richard Hanson was not advanced was that the committee felt his experience and accomplishments did not place him within the pool of candidates who rated substantially higher in these areas.
Caught in the worst economic downturn in generations, President Barack Obama has had to temper his stance on trade and lower his expectations for trimming charitable tax breaks for the wealthy and for taxing greenhouse-gas polluters. He's not the first president to be pulled toward the political center after being elected. But the recession and two wars abroad put him in a particularly tough spot — with smaller margins for error.
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