Normally conserving good practices is a good thing. Novelty for its own sake is a luxury at best, and counterproductive at worst. We require innovation only when there is a problem or an inefficiency or an injustice to deal with. In practice however our society is heterogeneous, and conditions that are just fine for one… Continue reading Why Republicans Should be Voted Out of Office
I am including here for the convenience of my readers a link to the New York Times' editorial endorsing President Obama.
The Republican candidate's contempt for the electorate was on full display yesterday when he claimed he would protect Social Security and Medicare, assure universal health coverage and protect against the denial of coverage for pre-existing conditions. Actually his party's platform and his own past statements flatly contradict all of this. He is like a little… Continue reading Romney Mendacity
I am so relieved at the performance of Barack Obama tonight. He really took Romney apart on one issue after another, particularly when it came to issues pertaining to women's right to equal pay. He made the important point that Obamacare is about economics - the ability of the average citizen to pay for the… Continue reading Debate October 16