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March 21, 2008

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Appearance often hides the truth. Mrs. Adams spoke the truth and after two hundred years it has penetrated to a great extent.

As always, Sissy, you cut right through the nonsense and come to the point. Great post!

Beauty is not just on the outside, is on the inside too. Tiny is beautiful, Obama not so much.

I'd be interested to see his VP pick as well as his cabinet. That would be telling. I'd hate to see who he'd pick for the Supreme Court thou.

Aw - pretty kitty among the bright Easter eggs!

I so agree with you about watching a speech with "soaring rhetoric". I find myself magnifying every over the top statement, then cutting it to ribbons in my mind. This means I am very quickly wondering why I'm wasting my time listening to such drivel. I have yet to understand the "enchanting spell" Obama seems able to cast over his admirers.

As for Thomas Sowell. There is a man I would dearly love to meet. He never ceases to amaze me with his insight.

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