I just became the mayor of Tom & Brenda Bell’s House on @foursquare! http://t.co/tIt1Dk43
how can we trust ppl to vote when they don’t know how to tweet #dodge *OR* #answer — not #dodge *AND* #answer #scdebate
want a candidate who says what he believes, but represents the people they serve even if they disagree #scdebate
blog update: History has lessons to be learned. If only we were still teachable. http://t.co/tJXLktVE
From Peter Wehner’s The Role of Sympathy and Trust in American Politics:
This is admittedly a complicated area, as some of our greatest presidents pursued policies that caused deep divisions. President Lincoln is a particularly fascinating case study. He presided over a Civil War that led to the death of around 620,000 people in a nation of roughly 30 million. And yet, as the Lincoln biographer Ronald C. White, Jr. has said, his second inaugural address called the whole nation to account and offered a moral framework for peace and reconciliation. When passions were at their highest and the North was at its strongest, Lincoln held out a path for reunification instead of revenge.
Jenkins: The Truth About Bain and Jobs http://t.co/Er4TGSFZ via @WSJ
blog update: Verizon’s SmartPhone Scam? http://t.co/cjnLgpxo #verizon