Lynn Sweet, Peter Baker and Howard Kurtz discuss the candidates' appearances on entertainment shows and their effectiveness as a campaign strategy.
I coduln't see the video so I coduln't comment on the thievery accusation. If he cheated on tests at one point in time then he did it, and I can honestly care less. I consider myself an honest person but I've broken several rules in my life. Although John Johnson and I have our leanings, I feel that you yourself have your own against any candidate that goes the extra mile in the name of politics.Obama, McCain, Biden, and Palin have dirt underneath their rugs, but so do you, me, and everyone else in this world. We vote for them not because they are perfect, but because the only perfect perfect person that will ever walk this Earth did so 2,000 years ago. We vote for our candidates for their vision and their ability to carry it out. Obama has made passing statements about immigration but I can't recall anything in particular in regards to his proposed policies regarding the matter. I'm sure upon election that will be put on the back burner anyways. Inregards to your statement about who has who fooled, I say that politicians look out for their constituents, i.e. people who keep them in office. Big Business and fears regarding national security and social change put Bush Jr. in office, however his neglect created a constituency clamoring for change. In one week we'll see who the country believes offers change they can believe in.*whew*.. sorry, had a McCain moment..C
Between us speaking, you did not try to look in google.com?
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