Category Archives: Obama the Underdog

The Obama Uncertainty

They all laughed at Clint Eastwood when he winged it at the Republican convention in Tampa and improvised that conversation with an empty chair, representing a wholly imaginary Barack Obama. That could have been brilliant but it was just strange. … Continue reading

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More Words on the Way

We all know George Bush was a man of few words – and that would be the second President George Bush, not the first one, who no one really remembers because that was so long ago, or so it seems. … Continue reading

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The Underdog’s Game

It’s a David and Goliath thing – everybody roots for the underdog. You see it in sports all the time – the older and slower team, playing for the last time together, with one more shot at glory, faces the … Continue reading

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