I’ll be iPhone-only for a week and blogging from that mobile platform. My son Charles is coming back with me to vote for the first time (absentee California!) and get a ring-side seat for the election experience, meet some people, and “smell the glove.”
The standard California state route marker consists of a white numeral on a green shield (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
He’ll be blogging about that – should be fun and fascinating supporting him in that and the murky world of SEO, multi-social streaming, and building a brand. The DC area has a lot to offer as he weighs school and work options and his horizons will broaden.
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Tagged apple, Barack Obama, Brookings Institution, Browser wars, California, CNET Networks, Congress, debate, family, GWU, Handhelds, iPhone, Library of Congress, Middle East Institute, Mitt Romney, political science, politics, smartphone, Smithsonian Institution, U. S. Capitol, West Coast of the United States, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars
I think the Obama Administration, in a testy partnership with the Israelis, is building a case for an attack
to happen before or immediately after the elections )if Obama is reelected).
This is nothing like the Bush-league mess made up by the likes of Cheney, Rice, Wolfowitz
, et al. to justify the invasion of Iraq
I will launch a list today on items that may or may not be events used as rationales or at least to relax resistance to assisting Israel
in a knockout blow on Iran’s nuclear enterprise.
U.S. Capitol SOTU eve, 2011 – photo Russ Imrie
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Posted in Mideast, S Asia and Arab Spring, Petroleum Planet
Tagged 19th Special Forces Group, 5th Special Forces Group, Barack Obama, Geneive Abdo, iran, Israel, Israeli, Middle East, Middle East Institute, National Defense Intelligence College, nuclear proliferation, Obama Administration, Office of Intelligence Liaison, Oxford University Press, Palestinian people, United States, United States Department of State, war, Washington DC, West Bank