March 27, 2008, 10:59 am
Indiana, usually a non-factor in Presidential politics because the lateness of our primary, has suddenly become a hot place to visit by Democratic candidates. But it looks like Hillary will have to keep on looking for a place to stop in South Bend tomorrow:
South Bend school officials have rejected a request by Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign to hold a rally in the Washington High School gym on Friday.
South Bend Community School Corp. board President Sheila Bergerson says Clinton’s visit would have interfered with the school day. She says plans called for juniors and seniors to attend the public rally.
School board members denied the request Wednesday night. Bergerson says she worried that the school corporation would give the impression it was endorsing Clinton.
Kudos to Washington HS for saying “no” to a disruption in the school day. And anyway, how is it that Presidential…
October 9, 2007, 9:33 am
…comments like this one from Anderson Cooper’s blog just make me wonder what people are thinking. This is in answer to the question, “Have you decided for whom you are going to vote in the 2008 presidential election?”
Hillary has won my vote! She is the smartest woman I know and I think it is about time we get a woman running this country! Men have been in charge far too long and look at the mess our country is in. If the country seriously wants change I think Hillary is the only one that can make it happen.
It’s not so much the choice of candidate here as the reasoning. I understand that being smart is a good trait to have if you are going to be President, but honestly, what does the level of intelligence have to do with it? Should we simply administer an IQ test to each candidate and pick them that way? And what on earth does gender have to do with it? Should we just pick a candidate…