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Monthly Archives: September 2011

Another GOP Debate

I just finished watching the GOP presidential debate. And I can’t say that I’ve picked a front-runner yet. I am still watching this race closely to see how it may turn. Unless Palin enters the race (which I doubt she would), it looks as though this is going to be decided between Texas governor Rick Perry and former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney. To me, they seemed like the front-runners.

Herman Caine, Newt Gingrich and Tim Pawlenty should fold their campaigns and go home.  There is little chance they’ll win. Yes that’s my opinion. Jon Huntsman should angle for a VP position for the eventual party nominee. Michelle Bachmann will surprise me if she somehow gets nominated. The same goes for Ron Paul.

One thing is sure though—they seem firmly united in their visceral opposition to Obama.  I see interesting times in 2012. Whoever the republican nominee happens to be, I expect a fierce contest for the Whitehouse. And that’s understandable because Obama has not really lived up to the hype. I want to be kind to him by not calling him a completely ineffective president, but things desperately need to change before November 2012. At this stage though, I don’t think any candidate currently has the wind behind the sails, or the grassroots mobilization needed to unseat the president next year.  All this may eventually change. We’ll see.

What sort of chances do these candidates have against Obama next year?

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Phoneblogging Test

I decided to test my blog to see just how good and up-to-date its interface with recent technology really is. I am sure that many people already realize this and do it regularly: to connect to and post blogs from their mobile devices. Well, I am testing mine to see if and how it works.

So far there doesn’t seem to be any problems at all. I will probably use this application more often than I used to. Can you do the same with your mobile device? How connected are you really?

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