The Philadelphia Democratic Debate: Is “The Fourth Estate” dumbing down the American voter?

Charles Gibson of Good Morning America and George Stephanopoulos of “This Week” continued to prove that The American Media is more interested in looking for their own talking points than asking substantive questions of candidates Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. A debate is only as good as the questions asked, and ABC struck out on this one!

The Descent of the American Economy: Deficit Savings, Debt and a Downfall into Recession!

By the time I’m finished writing this piece, many of you will be deeper in debt and sinking fast. Back in September, one of the first articles written for RPO on Spetember1, 2007 was The plunging Real Estate Market: Is this the tip of the iceberg? It was a serious assessment of what was happening to the American Economy, and it prophesied a serious Recession.

Eliot Spitzer’s fall from Grace, or was it Kristen? America’s preoccupation with Sex while decrying it as the devil’s workshop!

We’ll probably never know whether it was arrogance or a pattern of self-destruction that brought down former Governor Eliot Spitzer. The “sheriff of Wall Street” has been gunned down at the OK Corral. He should have gone to the Moonlight Bunny Ranch near Carson City, NV. Had he done so, Spitzer would still be Governor of New York!

The Democratic Party’s Dilemma: Deadlocked to Denver! Defeated in November?

The nightmare scenario for the Democrats has been the inability to establish the Presidential Nominee until the Democratic Convention in Denver! Well, it appears that the nightmare may well become a reality!

Obama verses McCain: A watershed in American History! How they stand on Iraq!

It may be presumptuous to consider the candidates duly chosen by the voters and their delegates, but this is the likely outcome for the November sweepstakes. In its wake lies the direction of this nation, well into the Twenty-First Century. We’ve seen too much of the past over the last seven years of the disastrous Bush Administration.

Decision time for the Democratic Party: Barack Obama is the candidate to defeat John McCain!

It’s become more and more apparent that the Democrats are not coming to this website. The Republicans have, as they took our advise in choosing the winning Presidential Candidate as John McCain prepares to begin his Presidential Campaign, while the Democrats are heading into the murky waters of a brokered convention!

The Democratic Party Dilemma: Leading with its heart instead of its brain!

Once again, the Democratic Party appears to be following its regular path to destruction, when it comes to nominating a candidate who can win the national Election. The prophetic words of Bill Clinton “Democrats fall in love, Republicans fall in line” once more may spell doom for the Democratic Party in the 2008 Presidential Election, as it has historically done so in the past.

Who can win the 2008 Election? The Democrats and Republicans are listening too much to the Media and neglecting common sense.

The Election of 2008 will be decided by the Independent voters in America. That may appear to be a broad statement, but the number of Independent Voters is about 35%, and that’s over one third of the electorate. So far in this campaign, both the Republican and Democratic parties and tried to headline candidates who will not appeal to that segment of America that will determine who wins and who goes home.

Polling the American Voter: Are you getting what you want to hear or what they want you want to hear?

If you are any type of “political junkie,” or just the average listener, you have been inundated by so many polls that you wonder why the hell they haven’t called you by now! Since Iowa, every major media outlet, whether it is television, newspapers, or professional pollsters, have been canvassing New Hampshire, like an electric blanket. Perhaps, that explains the unusual warm weather we had for the New Hampshire Primary! At the end of the day, what service did they provide, if only to give themselves something on which to pontificate?

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