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What does South Korea Want from the US Election? the Status Quo


Why I Voted for Barack Obama Today

Amazing how the Simpsons is still pretty funny after 25 years…

 


Five Election-Explaining Clichés I really don’t want to hear this Tuesday

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On Interstate 71, south of Columbus; Ohio’s most famous sign

So it’s election time, which means CNN, etc. will be filled with pundits with only the vaguest credentials – never any PhDs Sad smile – telling you why the outcome inevitably had to be such-and-such.


3rd Presidential Debate, Foreigner Version: If you’re not an American, you’re Mentally Ill or something

Warning! The lyrics are explicit – but the movie is hysterical


Guest Post: Dave Kang: “Is America Listening to its East Asian Allies?”


If Flip-Flopping is a GOP Cardinal Sin, How can you Vote for Romney after that first Debate?

Everyone remembers this – except Romney voters apparently…

 


Being a part of “the system”

Back in the states, one of our first priorities was to get insurance. With this little one growing inside of me, we thought it was pretty important to get coverage.

So, we began with medicaid. On Tuesday, when we arrived back in the states, I submitted the application. Since we are living with family, I had to ask them all sorts of personal information to fill out the forms ex. bills, income, social security etc.


A Pre-Post-Mortem on Romney’s Defeat


RNC: Don’t Speak in a Publicly-Built Facility when you Attack Government – D’oh!

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I got bogged down with NK for awhile, so I missed a chance to comment on the RNC and the US election more generally. I have some thoughts after the break, but a friend of mine wrote the following, which is a pretty good first draft of the GOP’s problems, I think, in this election cycle:


Strength and Struggle


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