Monthly Archives: October 2012

Frankenstorm Beeb

There have actually been two Frankenstorms in the last few days. Yes, you guessed it correctly. One has had the form of a whirl winding natural disaster descending upon the North American continent – named Sandy. Another was a media … Continue reading

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My sadomasochistic session with Charlie Rose

I did it again yesterday. The sadomasochistic part of my-self overruled my brain and I sat down at 7:00PM local time to switch to channel 609 to Bloomberg TV to watch Charlie Rose election special’s after-the-third-debate chat. It’s always been … Continue reading

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Governor Romney’s full circle

Governor Romney today closed what might have been three most successful debates in the history of US presidential elections (I admit, not a very long one). The most successful for the challenger, that is. All three of the debates very … Continue reading

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Not quite a hangover, but could’ve felt better

Predictably, I am grumpy and disappointed this morning and I will try to sum up my reasons. Yes, Governor Romney’s performance yesterday wasn’t as uplifting as that before. While he entered into the debate on a pleasant afternoon breeze after … Continue reading

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Breaking News: Obama wins the second debate

And here we go again. The second D-day has come. I am looking forward to the debate but let me make two predictions.  Barring Governor Romney makes some fatal gaffe or President Obama starts strangling his Republican opponent, this debate … Continue reading

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Ryan rethink

Unfortunately I have to post this slight rethink on Rep Paul Ryan’s performance in the VP debate. After reading today’s WSJ opinion piece I realised an important thing. I was actually shouting it at my friend Joe Biden back to … Continue reading

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To my friend Joe Biden, and Representative Paul Ryan

Predictably, I am not as excited about the last night’s VP debate as I was about the first Romney-Obama one. But don’t get me wrong, I think Paul Ryan did a solid job and that, nothing else, was expected from … Continue reading

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We are all Venezuelans in our hearts now

There’s an excellent article from Brett Stephens in today’s WSJ (unfortunately, behind the pay wall http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10000872396390444024204578044233963809840.html). Stephens also points to another superb piece by Venezuelan blogger Daniel Duquenal who, after this week’s Dear leader Hugo’s victory wrote: People vote for … Continue reading

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Who is the main cheerleader of the Obama socialist policies in the UK? You would never have guessed! The Spectator !

And back to the British ‘Conservative’ reality. In the country where 99.9 per cent of the Conservative party speaks about Romney/Ryan duo as ‘The Radical Right’ it shouldn’t be surprising that the ‘stellar’ Conservative magazine the Spectator’s coverage consist of … Continue reading

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Re: 3 October presidential debate

Dear Governor Romney, I am writing to thank you for your absolutely flawless and powerful performance last night. You are now responsible for what was one of my best early morning wake ups ever. I even made my sofa bed … Continue reading

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