Tag Archives: Robert F. Kennedy

Choice 2008: JFK or Curtis Le May?

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Temperament matters.

Where one is thoughtful, the other one is direct. Where one sees shades of gray, the other sees black and white. Where one thinks options through, the other declares himself ready to charge ahead. Obama and McCain at Saddleback Church? So they say. Continue reading

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Forty Years Later, Unfinished Business

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Instead of hope for turning the direction of our war-torn nation continuing to build momentum, the Nixon era started, in a sense, forty years ago today. It comes back to me as if it were recent. I was delivering food throughout the Adirondacks that summer, stopping to catch a glimpse of the tv at every stop I could.

I’m praying for this nation, for the health of Senator Ted Kennedy, who delivered this eulogy for his last surviving brother, and for all whose hearts conceive of this earth as a shared planet.