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Obama Obama Obama!!!
It's a pity that non-Americans cant vote for the post that decides the fate of much of world affairs.I agree when you say that society would be foolish to fantasize that poor children will fulfill their potential in dilapidated, unsafe schools. But I am not too sure if the government has the solution for everything. Many like Alexander Berkman have sufficient arguements in favor of showing that Government is the biggest reason for continued oppression. There are obvious pitfalls of giving so much power to any institution that in the end would be run by people with their usual follies.An egalitarian community based approach could be much more effective. For instance, a voucher-only school system has proven to be very effective in many places
Haha! The answer is obvious!OBAMA!:)
Hah!Judging by your previous posts, it is too easy to guess!Who else, indeed?
Obama? Who else? Can't be Palin right? She adds lots of entertainment value to US politics though! "And I can see Russia from my house!"
How can Obama solve the finical crises? It's a big problem ahead, isn't it? Obviously people always care economy first.
Hello Blackstone sensei!!Do you remember me?I am Saki Motegi. I took your composition I and II for about 3 years ago!! Now I am studying abroad in Scotland. I am writing a essay and remembered the blog which I wrote in your class. From my page, I could come here. Now I am really glad to meet you in here.I am sorry that my comment is not related to your post. See you.
i think there's no need to comment this entry actually...but GOOD CHOICE!
All my US friends voted for Obama. Their worry is if the old McCain win and die during his term, it will be a nightmare to have a president like Palin.
guo cheng,Their worries are necessary and relevant haha... he is indeed very old and Pallin is indeed horrible...
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