Remember the difference
between a boss and a leader:
a boss says go--a leader says
E. M. Kelly
Tonight's The Last DEBATE
The Kid's Got (Comedy) Chops
By R. J. Moller
For a political junkie like myself, the presidential election season is like a six-month-long Super Bowl. Even when it gets obnoxious, it's awesome. Certainly there is much about the entire process that needs changing, but it is exciting that we still live in a country where ideas (and their representatives) duke it out in the public square.
One of the best parts of the presidential campaign season is the stop both candidates make to the Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner, held the third Thursday in October.
A key feature about this dinner is that both candidates get about 10 minutes (or, if Candy Crowley is running the clock, President Obama will get about 9% more time) to poke fun at the other. Mitt Romney rocked the house with a very funny performance.
Governor Mitt Romney
Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner
BUT FOREIGN POLICY IS MY STRENGTH....