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The twelve artists was interesting. I think you could almost do the same thing with science. It's like, as a nation, we've lost our sense of wonder and inspiration and grace...our group focus is about possessions and fame.....lives of the rich and famous..

I like - "You know who I think the greatest artist is?" "God."


It's In The Wrist, Doll: Barack Obama, Religion and Government

And this is one of the main reasons that I am so supportive of Obama. My favorite excerpt?

Moreover, given the increasing diversity of America’s population, the dangers of sectarianism have never been greater. Whatever we once were, we are no longer just a Christian nation; we are also a Jewish nation, a Muslim nation, a Buddhist nation, a Hindu nation, and a nation of nonbelievers. And even if we did have only Christians in our midst, if we expelled every non-Christian from the United States of America, whose Christianity would we teach in the schools? "

A transcript of this excellent keynote address that Obama gave can be found here:

Good News!

Obama leads John McCain in Gallup Poll Daily tracking interviewing conducted Wednesday through Friday by an identical 52% to 42% margin among both traditional likely voters and expanded likely voters. Obama leads by a similar 52% to 41% margin among all registered voters.

:) :-D

Yeah, that is some very interesting statistical developments. I think it means that turnout should not be a determining factor in the elections outcome. Although it could run up the score.

It's curious, did the people that actually plan to vote take more time to make up their minds then the people whom probably vote? or has likely voter and unlikely voter gotten closer as unlikely voters become more likely to vote.

we may never no, someone should write a paper on this poll.

so Joann, are you actually getting positive on the outcome? Things must really be good if Joann is getting confident.
. I guess I can stop worrying then


I feel hopeful, but cautiously optimistic. If Obama wins, I'll be dancing and singing and extremely happy.


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