Sunday, September 28, 2008

The Reaction in Review (Sept. 28, 2008)

A weekend's Reactions that deserve a second look:

Some interesting comments in this group.

Sunday

By Michael J.W. Stickings: "Trade missions to nowhere" -- Michael examines "yet another lie from Sarah Palin."

By Michael J.W. Stickings: "BREAKING NEWS: Congress close to bailout deal" -- Michael "hopes this isn't a blank cheque for Bush, Paulson, and the Wall Street oligarchs."


Saturday

By Michael J.W. Stickings: "Paul Newman (1925-2008)" -- Includes Michael's Top 5 movies along with a video of one of his favorite lines of all time.

By Carl: "Goodbye, Old Friend" -- Beautifully written history / homage / obituary / tribute to New York's Shea Stadium, with this best line: "I will wrap my arms around as much of the stadium as I can, and kiss her and say goodbye. And probably cry a little, just as I am now."

By Libby Spencer: "The debate: morning after analysis" -- Good piece to read if you didn't see the debate, as it captures who did better and why.

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