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Reader reaction to Reuters news
Hers was the ONLY question relevant to the news conference, and her prefacing comment was brilliant in that it a) shamed the previous reporters for obsessing about Blagojevich and b) exhibited responsible reporting by actually questioning Obama’s plan and how he intended to pay for it.
I just wanted to say how much I appreciated that question. It wasn’t a ‘softball’ and it elicited more information from President-elect Obama than we otherwise would have gotten.
Thank you: GBU Editor
REUTERS photo by Jeff Haynes
Obama says will confront economic woes head-on
CHICAGO (Reuters) – President-elect Barack Obama said on Friday the United States was facing one of its greatest economic challenges and vowed to confront the crisis head-on as soon as he takes office in January.
Why do you call a candidate “elect” when under US Constitution ONLY the Electoral Collage elects our president?
Obama apologizes to Nancy Reagan for seance quip
His wife, Mary Todd Lincoln, was said to have held regular seances at the White House.
CARACAS (Reuters) – Anti-U.S. Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez predicted on Sunday the “black man” will win the U.S. presidential race and offered to hold talks with him to improve ties between the superpower and one its biggest oil suppliers.
This is a fascinating article. Eyebrow-raising indeed, and very newsworthy.
What’s even more fascinating is how your editorial staff is burying the article in the wrong section and the wrong subsection. Re-read the article and please tell me why it’s posted under “Reuters Africa /Energy and Oil”. Is this an attempt to suppress the story?
We think that B. Hussein Obama is really Osama Bin Laden. Look at photos of them. The eyes are the same – all else could be altered cosmetically. What greater humiliation could America take at this point, than to elect our ‘arch enemy’ as President? Look for yourself.
The M. Family
Uncanny. Same smile, everything. How could we not have noticed this before? GBU Editor
Osama Bin Laden: REUTERS file photo
Barack Obama: REUTERS/Steve Marcus