Trump In The White House?

Its getting tight,  Donald wins resoundingly in N.Y and can see the convention in his headlights. Cruz on the other hand is a man on a mission to stop Trump at any cost. The rhetoric is so passionate that end of world scenarios are being presented as consequences to Trump being selected as a the Republican Candidate and even taken office. As a lifelong Washingtonian, I believe their could be an upside to him as President.
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Headlines I’d like to see

We are almost a year into campaign activities and I am still discovering more about the candidates.  Each day  our  news resources attempt to sway and influence voters allegiance with creative headlines and even more creative reporting to amplify the drama and/or incompetence of the Presidential candidates.  I wish that those headlines would dig a little deeper into the heart and soul of our candidates. Continue reading “Headlines I’d like to see”


The Heart of Russell’s Campaign is a Macintosh 512

Technology is the heart of any campaign. Russell Hirshon (seen using his Power Macintosh 6100 )  feels that technology really is the keystone of his victory plan. Some may ask why we have not updated to some of the more speedy computers but the computer I really love is the Mac 512, which is truly a workhorse. Here is what it comes loaded with so read it and weep. Continue reading “The Heart of Russell’s Campaign is a Macintosh 512”


Looks matter, vote for me because I’m beautiful.

I know its small minded to vote on looks but we do. Can any of you imagine electing an unattractive candidate as President? This is the person we will have to watch on TV every single day for at least the next four years.  He or she will be shaking hands with foreign heads of state and welcoming the world to our doorstep.   Continue reading “Looks matter, vote for me because I’m beautiful.”


2016 Presidential Height Index

In a not so recent article in the Guardian, voters view tall politicians as better suited for leadership according to a survey of how people visualise their leaders. A referenced “Presidential Height Index” found that the taller of the Republican or Democratic candidates emerged as the winner in 58 per cent of US elections between 1789 and 2008. Continue reading “2016 Presidential Height Index”