How many times do we hear the forces of doom--primarily from the right wing that wants to end just about everything government does that can help the American people--that we cannot going on "borrowing from China"?
What can you do for the women who don't have university educations, or the women who aren't qualified to work for governors or have those golden-handshake connections? Can you promise them that if you scrap the Lily Ledbetter Act, that their employers won't screw them over?
It is a delicate dance to poke at the nation to which we owe trillions, but that is exactly what those who claim to be presidential must do. Candidates for the highest office in the land now skirt around compelling China-related issues at our collective peril.
Candy Crowley moderated the debate. Asking the questions. Kickstarting dialogue. Setting the tone. And how serendipitous and American is it that someone with her first name was moderating a debate in October? Sweet.
Both candidates exhibited their anger and dislike for the other. At the last debate there was only one opponent in the ring. In this debate was saw an energized, agitated Barack Obama climb in the ring, punching and counter-punching from the opening bell.
I realize that sharing the success of this grand scheme on the Huffington Post might expose me to scorn from the left, but I've been so inspired by Paul Ryan's steely blue eyes, that I've found the courage to come clean.
No Democrat will dare risk uttering a peep about tougher gun control laws. This includes President Obama. Both parties know that the gun control issue is a minefield and a surefire loser for a candidate.
It should amaze any voter who really thinks about it this election cycle how our right to be, and remain, healthy should ever be considered an extraordinary deterrent to anything, including economic growth and enterprises looking to hire people.
Without climate change, Obama is open to charges of using taxpayer money to play with the sun and wind and counting on imaginary jobs to save the unemployed. A delusional demi-God claiming he'll change the world.