Whether or not you agree with the president, you should take advantage of the opportunity to give ideas and feedback.
You just gotta love it...... Drudge Report is linking to a pMSNBC.com story that New Mexico governor Bill Richardson is withdrawing as Commerce Secretary nominee. Looks like he's under investigation for granting state government contracts in exchange for campaign contributions. Doesn't say if the contributions were for his Presidential run or not. Wonder when the investigation started? I'm sure the Obama admin will be just as forthcoming about what they knew and when they knew it as they have in the Blago investigation......
We recently launched a new feature on Change.gov called Open for Questions. Thousands of you responded, asking 10,000 questions and voting nearly a million times on questions from others.
Now that we've answered some of the most popular ones from the last round, we are open for questions again. Ask whatever you like, and vote up or down on the other questions to let us know which ones you most want the Transition to answer.
So let me get this right, we use our money( the tax payers money ) to bail out the banks so that they can loan our money ( the tax payers money ) back to us with 18% to 24% or more persent intrest, Why didn't they just give our money ( the tax payers money ) strait back to us ( the tax payer aka the goverment ) to buy presents, go out to eat and so on to stimulate the economy?
The latest news about The One via that paragon of even handed news treatment, the NY Times: Obama Pledges Public Works on a Vast Scale
I received this e-mail today from John Podesta of the Obama transition team. This sounds interesting. You can go and make comments and provide your resources on meetings they have with groups. Whether you like Obama or not, you can provide feedback even if it is not what he wants to hear. I would take them up on this.
As I contemplated the election, a couple of things were disappointing. I have a question for you people, what damn taxes don’t you like? Is there a tax you don’t like? If there was a tax that could be increased, you people did it. What the hell were you thinking? Where’s the money going to come from with more people losing their jobs every week?
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Ok, while this is not a mainstream news source, if it is true, we may not heard the end of Obama's birth certificate bruhaha.
Jones-Kelly not only snooped on Joe the Plumber but now raised money using state computers for Obama
Helen Jones-Kelly is put on administrative leave. It appears there was more than snooping on citizens, now she was raising money using her state e-mail account. Interesting this is released Friday evening to minimize any political fallout. I guess when you make the governor eat his words, you better watch out. The only shame is she is still being paid.
From Columbus Dispatch:
Lord Dr. Robert Andrew MacDaid, PhD just happend to cach the Troy Neff Show on BlogTV and decided to call in all the way from Scotland. Troy asks Robert about how our presidential election and economy affect him.
Obama IS The Anti Christ, You heard it here First!
I drove by the polling location this afternoon, and the line was out the door and down the street. It is good to see that so many people are voting in this historic election.
In addition...we are in November, and the weather is great! Tomorrow hopefully the weather will be just as nice, so that should not be a factor in keeping people from getting out to vote.
I can only imagine how long the lines will be on tomorrow.
From Wired Magazine, a look-through of the technology and techniques used to recruit supporters and votes. Pretty interesting...
The Obama campaign has been building, tweaking and tinkering with its technology and organizational infrastructure since it kicked off in February 2007, and today has most sophisticated organizing apparatus of any presidential campaign in history. Previous political campaigns have tapped the internet in innovative ways — Howard Dean's 2004 presidential run, and Ron Paul's bid for this year's Republican nomination, to name two. But Obama is the first to successfully integrate technology with a revamped model of political organization that stresses volunteer participation and feedback on a massive scale, erecting a vast, intricate machine set to fuel an unprecedented get-out-the-vote drive in the final days before Tuesday's election.