NOT SO FAST!
While congratulations are certainly in order for Senator Clinton, I still believe she won't get the nomination.(long before Barack Obama announced his candidacy, I said it'd be very difficult for her to get the nomination. I also predicted that if she did, it would doom us to more years of Republican, George W.-inspired "leadership".Let's hope I'm wrong on that--just in case she somehow manages to secure the nomination.)
I think Barack Obama's continued focus on issues, NOT "scare tactics"(what's up with Hillary Clinton's ridiculous "It's 3 A.M. and the phone rings at the White House, who would you trust in answering that call?" commercial)will bode well for him. He manages to stay calm, cool, collected--highly unusual in these days of "in-your-face" politics, and he posseses a gentility the likes of which I've never witnessed--in politics, anyway.
Now, to answer Poet With A Day Job's tagging of me to do a Meme....
Here's the deal:
I must grab the book nearest me, turn to page 123, and then find the fifth sentence.Then, post it here in my blog. Then post the next three sentences.
Then, I must tag others to do the same. Here goes:
The book(stacked among many others here, in computer room)is:
"Bread Alone" by Judith Ryan Hendricks:
Page 123, 5th sentence:
When she finds out I've been gainfully employed for a week, she wants to know why I haven't gotten a Washington license yet.
I smile pleasantly. "Because I don't have a car." She says I need to get a state photo ID card.
Franklin Abbott, Bai Ling, Sandra Beasley at chicks dig poetry, Louise Runyon, and Anne Haines of Land Mammal.