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Samsung, Apple, and Intellectual Property in Korea


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


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…

 


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:


MBC brings Multicultural Panic to Korea

 


All Politics is Local, Korean style


The US will not ‘Pivot’ much to Asia (2): We don’t really care @ Asia

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That is my Asian pivot.

Here is part one, where I argued that there is no constituency in the US to support an Asian pivot besides the some business people.


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