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Domingo, 11 de Maio de 2008
As escolhas de Marcelo
..."Para que é que serve o nosso dinheiro?..."
..."Primeiro Ministro com corda ao pescoço. Corda ao pescoço não.
Ele nunca põe a corda ao pescoço"...
..."Esta coisa de os responsáveis pensarem em voz alta é péssima"...
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Sábado, 10 de Maio de 2008
Pragmatic Politics, Forged on the South Side
Back then, Mr. Obama, a state senator who was contemplating a run for Congress, was so little-known in the community’s black neighborhoods that it was hard to find more than a few dozen people to walk with him, recalled Al Kindle, one of his advisers at the time. Mr. Obama was trounced a year later in the Congressional race — branded as an aloof outsider more at home in the halls of Harvard than in the rough wards of ...
The Obama campaign's 'unsung hero'
Berman, Sen. Barack Obama’s director of delegate selection, chimed in during a conference call with the media to make an unexpected case: Despite Clinton’s popular vote victory in Nevada and an authoritative Associated Press count giving Clinton the edge in the Nevada delegate count, Obama had actually won the state by the only measure that mattered.
“Obama had a majority in the district that had an odd number of delegates, so he won an extra seat,” Berman told the puzzled press; the Associated Press delegate expert, on the call, promised to...