Friday, February 01, 2008

LA Debate: Hugs, Smiles, Laughs, Celebs, and a Defining Moment on Iraq

"The Kodak Theater gave us a Kodak moment -- a post debate embrace that included beaming smiles -- that transcended the two hours of talking that preceded it. This was the first time the two leading candidates were alone on the stage, and the first time that you could see the two of them running together. The whole evening - save for a pointed exchange on Iraq -- had that vibe."
~ Arianna Huffington

Thank you for your beautiful and yet truthful analysis of the last Democratic Presidential Debate.

Whether Barack Obama was against the war from day one and Hillary Clinton voted for the authorization of the last resort by military action is not the most important question before us.
The most important questions is, when are the American troops returning to the safety of their American homeland?

It is not who starts the war that matters, but who can end it.

Senator Barack Obama has not told us how he is going to end the war.
He has not given us any plan on how to end the war.
He is more on who voted in support of the war in Iraq and that is all in the past.

"If you're going to hold someone down you're going to have to hold on by the other end of the chain. You are confined by your own repression."
~ Toni Morrison

Blaming others will not solve a problem, but tackling the problem would do.

Senator Hillary Clinton has given us a workplan and a timeline to end the war and bring back American troops.

You were against the war from day one does not make any difference, but how you are going to end it makes all the difference.

I hope every reasonable person reading this can see the difference now.

We should stop looking for the selfish justification or validation of ourselves, but the solutions to end the problems confronting us.

"Somebody has to take responsibility for being a leader."
~ Toni Morrison

Hillary Clinton has taken the responsibility.

God bless America.

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