August 18, 2010

Quick thoughts on recent events

Being busy has kept me from blogging as much as I would like lately. But being on the subway gives me an opportunity to do some mobile blogging. Not that the subway has WiFi. That would be just a little too convenient. In any case, a lot has happened this week while I have been out of contact with my blog.

The expected winners in the Washington primaries offered no big surprise but they did accomplish one thing. They confirmed that the polling seemed reasonably accurate. That's good news for the GOP for the fall as polling is indicating big gains for them and with less than 90 days to go, no sudden trend reversals.

President Obama managed to step, no stumble into the Ground Zero Mosque. It apparently provided fodder for the likes of Harry Reid to go against the President thereby 'cementing' their independent bona fides. Yeah. I don't think that's going to turn the tide - people can see through that. There's no vote involved and no direct implication for anyone outside of NYC. It's easy to say you differ from the President on this one Harry (and anyone else who supported everything the President pushed) but we know how you voted when it really mattered.

My subway ride is over. I will end this here and send it as soon as I emerge from the subway. Be back soon.


  1. In Toronto they're talking about running WiFi in the subway, but it's probably a couple of years away.


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