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Obama at Notre Dame

If you were like me today and didn’t get around to watching much T.V., you probaly missed the big news item of the day.

No it wasn’t the second Lonegan-Christie debate, who wants to hear two blowhard promising you everything in the sky but who will be unable to accomplish anything if elected the next Governor of NJ.

The big news item of the day was President Obama’s commencment address to the graduating students at Notre Dame University. Obama addressed the student body amidd anti-abortion protesters,thirty-nine of which were arrested, including Norma McCorvey, the plaintiff identified as “Roe” in the Supreme Court’s 1973 Roe v. Wade decision that struck down state laws banning abortion.

If you missed it like I did, then check out the entire address from this CNN video

Embedded video from CNN Video

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What the Next President Inherits

What could be more important than the upcoming election? What the next president actually does once elected. While a feverish media dissects Palins wardrobe and plumbs Joe Wurzelbachers biography, real challenges for America are piling up. Domestic struggles over marriage and abortion rights will define who we are, and our response to global conflicts and crises will define our place in the world. The end of the campaigning is just the beginning.

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Filed under America, bailout, Barack Obama, economy, Election, health insurance, Healthcare, immigration, Joe Biden, John McCain, mexico border fence, roe vs. wade, Sarah Palin, Supreme Court

What the Next President Inherits

What could be more important than the upcoming election? What the next president actually does once elected. While a feverish media dissects Palins wardrobe and plumbs Joe Wurzelbachers biography, real challenges for America are piling up. Domestic struggles over marriage and abortion rights will define who we are, and our response to global conflicts and crises will define our place in the world. The end of the campaigning is just the beginning.

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Filed under America, bailout, Barack Obama, economy, Election, health insurance, Healthcare, immigration, Joe Biden, John McCain, mexico border fence, roe vs. wade, Sarah Palin, Supreme Court