Monthly Archives: October 2008

Voting

I voted for John McCain. That is, I voted for McCain in 2000, when he was part of a slate of candidates that was lined up to oppose the vulnerable, eloquent but awkward Gore, who was funny and smart in … Continue reading

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fall colors

I ride my bicycle home from campus through downtown, past several blocks of businesses — restaurants, hair salons, an Asian grocery, banks — where you see people on the sidewalk and people park their cars on the side of the … Continue reading

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politics of our day

So there’s a key paragraph near the end of today’s New York Times article on legal challenges to voting, vote fraud, and McCain’s hyperbole (“McCain’s Warning About Voter Fraud Stokes a Fiery Campaign Even Further”): “Acorn said that of its … Continue reading

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