Nothing energizes the right more than the fear of losing a presidential election. McCain has capitalized on this collective anxiety by constantly referring to himself as the underdog, while attacking Obama.
As long as this government is housed in D.C. it is a battle, not between Democrats and Republicans, but between greed and a twelfth house Pluto in Aquarius belief in the rights of people to share prosperity.
McCain won't concede California. The campaign opened its headquarters in Torrance today and is planning to open seventy headquarters across the state. "It's clearly winnable," said campaign chair Bill Jones.
After spending time with Clark, it became clear to me that he isn't a politician -- he's a straight shooter. We need people like him who speak the truth, without beating around the bush, if you get my drift.
Those of us who want real change must hold with one hand to the absolute necessity of an Obama victory and with the other to the possibility that pragmatic cynicism may be precisely not the road to achieve victory.
There is something culturally sick about defining such a critical election along racial lines alone. This election should not be a referendum on black and white. It should be a referendum on the Bush years.