Filed By Sara Whitman | September 22, 2009 4:30 PM | comments
Filed in: Entertainment, Living Tags: Ben Garant, Donald Faison, Jon Hamm, Jordana Spiro, Linda Cardellini, Masi Oka, Obamacare, Olivia Wilde, protect insurance companies, save insurance, Thomas Lennon, Will Ferrell
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"How else is he going to learn not to fall off that bike?"
I always have to laugh.
80% of eligible voters insist upon something and Washington shrugs because they know that most of those voters will not show up to use their option at the ballot box.
"The voter" has become an abstraction of interest groups. The government sees a lot more of the lobbyists than it does of it's citizens.
Obama tackled a bit of this issue during his speeches.Obama appeared on “The Late Show with David Letterman” several times during his campaign, and I am glad to see that he doesn’t consider himself above Letterman’s show now that he’s been elected.Things are changing in society. Short term loans are more common, workplaces are more casual and relaxed, people use the Internet to communicate more and they realize that some traditions hinder progress instead of helping. I think President Obama’s appearance on “Letterman” shows that he is in touch with this new generation.A lot of the clips out there will only show you the jokes from the Obama on Letterman video. However, Obama did share a lot of interesting insights and messages about the economy, racism, health care and the situation in Afghanistan.Perhaps the most talked about segment of the Obama on Letterman video is the part in which Obama addressed whether cries of racism against him are valid.