They say a failure would cause extensive job losses. So do we rescue an egotistical industry, with a bullying union, that are still operating like they were decades ago?
I am old enough to remember what racial discrimination was about. I lived through the civil rights movement when Dr. Martin Luther King had a dream. And I remember a lot of white people who feared that dream.
I have an advantage over most of you. I can sit here during the day and watch TV, if I so desire. So that’s what I did today, and I’m still doing it.
The pundits are all but popping the champagne bottles for Barrack Obama, even before the polls are closed. It’s going to be close, but I still believe either candidate can still win. The exit polls during the last Presidential election in 2004 called Kerry a winner, but Bush ended up winning (even though he is a Loser).
One day until the elections and I’m still perplexed. I made my choice. Was it the right choice or the “lesser of two evils”? Unfortunately, I’m afraid it’s the later!
I support McCain for his experience. I believe he will do a better job helping to revive the economy. I say “helping” because no president has ever had a significant impact on the economy. The Federal Reserve Bank Chairman and regional Governors have more power, but the real power lies in the Congress.