Fri 2010-04-16 ( En po )

As Howard Fineman said on Tuesday in Countdown about Barack Obama’s Nuclear Security Summit:

And I think [Obama] also wants to show that in the 21st century, security is about links. It‘s a different paradigm from the Cold War. It‘s almost like the Internet in which you prosper, you profit by the links you make to the other people on the net. He‘s trying to do that in terms of diplomacy globally.

More and more world leaders really get globalization. We share enemies and threads. We are sitting in the same boat. We need to paddle together, and the US wants to be the cox.

Thu 2010-02-04 ( En po )

Here’s a good article about the recent discussion about finally allowing gays (and lesbians) to serve openly in the US military. I hope Obama and the Admirals get this through.

And what about you, Turkey? Serbia? Greece? Singapore, Malaysia, Myanmar? North and South Korea? Sri Lanka, India, Pakistan? Western Asia (except Israel)? Venezuela, Chile? Cuba? And, for god’s sake: Jamaica.

Sat 2009-05-30 ( En po ra )

Today, President Barack Obama released plans to create a new government office dedicated to Cybersecurity. In his announcement, he stated:

Let me also be clear about what we will not do. Our pursuit of cybersecurity will not – I repeat, will not include – monitoring private sector networks or Internet traffic. We will preserve and protect the personal privacy and civil liberties that we cherish as Americans. Indeed, I remain firmly committed to net neutrality so we can keep the Internet as it should be — open and free.

Fri 2008-11-07 ( fu En po )

I just love Sinfest.

Sun 2008-11-02 ( En po fu )
Mon 2008-10-13 ( po En )

So far, ever stinking attack from the McCain/Palin campaign against Obama has turned out to be false, misleading, or groundless. But Obama’s connection to ACORN in the past and today (see this McCain Web Ad) could be problematic, since ACORN is a left-wing organization that has tolerated, supported or lead criminal activities, namely voter registration fraud.

Wed 2008-10-08 ( En po fu )

Maybe it’s that simple – Gallup finds that John McCain is too old.

Actually, 23/6 were the first to understand this.

(Barack Obama is 47, while John McCain is 72 years old. Michelle Obama is 44, while Cindy McCain is 54. Joe Biden is 65, while Sarah Palin is 44, and younger than Michelle. Together, they are 326 years old.)

Sun 2008-10-05 ( En po fu )

My father took that photo in 2004 in Miami:

Well, I’m not sure if this is possible, but then, everything’s possible. Can’t be worse than Palin.

(Thanks to my brother for sending me the picture.)

Fri 2008-10-03 ( En po )

Question: Right now a recent study says and the polls reflect that Barack Obama is gaining ever since this crisis has landed in everyone’s kitchen table, why is that?

McCain: Because life isn’t fair.

(Fox & Friends)

They say they love being underdogs. Well, let them be.

Thu 2008-10-02 ( En po fu )
Sun 2008-09-14 ( po En )

I love Barack Obama’s speeches, and I wish we had such a charismatic politician with such bold ideas of change here in Germany. He’s an attourney, and I assume a great one. But he seems to have some problems with math.