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Tuesday, November 18, 2008

WHAT WILL YOU DO TO MOVE THE COUNTRY FORWARD?


YOU CAN TALK ABOUT WHAT IS WRONG
YOU CAN CRITICIZE THE GOVERNMENT
YOU CAN SPREAD NEGATIVITY

BUT ALL THAT PROVES IS THAT
YOU DON'T REALLY WANT THINGS TO GET BETTER
YOU JUST WANT TO COMPLAIN

WHAT WILL YOU DO TO MAKE THIS COUNTRY BETTER IN 2009?


President-elect Barack Obama speaks with reporters during his first press conference since being elected president earlier this week November 7, 2008 at the Chicago Hilton in Chicago, Illinois. President-elect Obama has spent most of his week in meetings and assembling staff for his new administration.
(Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images North America)

President-elect Barack Obama (L) speaks with reporters as Vice President-elect Joe Biden (R) looks on during his first press conference since being elected president earlier this week November 7, 2008 at the Chicago Hilton in Chicago, Illinois. President-elect Obama has spent most of his week in meetings and assembling staff for his new administration.
(Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images North America)

President-elect Barack Obama (R) sits next to Vice President-elect Joe Biden as they meet with members of the Transition Economic Advisory Board on November 7, 2008 at the Chicago Hilton in Chicago, Illinois. Obama will hold his first news conference after being elected President following the meeting. President-elect Obama has spent most of his week in meetings while assembling staff for his new administration.
(Photo by Pool/Getty Images North America)

President-elect Barack Obama holds his first post-election press conference at the Hilton Hotel November 7, 2008 in Chicago, Illinois. The Press conference followed a meeting with his Transition Economic Advisory Board.
(Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images North America)

President-elect Barack Obama (R) and Vice President-elect Joe Biden (L) walk out to speak at their first press conference since being elected president earlier this week November 7, 2008 at the Chicago Hilton in Chicago, Illinois. President-elect Obama has spent most of his week in meetings and assembling staff for his new administration.

President-elect Barack Obama pauses as he speaks with reporters during his first press conference since being elected president earlier this week November 7, 2008 at the Chicago Hilton in Chicago, Illinois. President-elect Obama has spent most of his week in meetings and assembling staff for his new administration.
(Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images North America)

President-elect Barack Obama (4th-R) sits next to Vice President-elect Joe Biden (4th-L) as they meet with members of the Transition Economic Advisory Board including Chairman of the Board of Time Warner Richard D. Parsons (2nd-R), Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm (3rd-L), former Chairman of the Federal Reserve Paul Volcker (3rd-R) and Obama's newly appointed White House chief of staff Rahm Emanuel (2nd-L-front) on November 7, 2008 at the Chicago Hilton in Chicago, Illinois. Obama will hold his first news conference after being elected President following the meeting. President-elect Obama has spent most of his week in meetings while assembling staff for his new administration.
(Photo by TANNEN MAURY/Getty Images North America)

President-elect Barack Obama speaks with reporters during his first press conference since being elected president earlier this week November 7, 2008 at the Chicago Hilton in Chicago, Illinois. President-elect Obama has spent most of his week in meetings and assembling staff for his new administration.
(Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images North America)

President-elect Barack Obama holds his first post-election press conference at the Hilton Hotel November 7, 2008 in Chicago, Illinois. The Press conference followed a meeting with his Transition Economic Advisory Board.
(Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images North America)

President-elect Barack Obama speaks with reporters during his first press conference since being elected president earlier this week November 7, 2008 at the Chicago Hilton in Chicago, Illinois. President-elect Obama has spent most of his week in meetings and assembling staff for his new administration.
(Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images North America)


U.S. President-elect Barack Obama sits in his transition office while meeting with Former Republican presidential candidate U.S. Sen. John McCain (R-AZ )November 17, 2008 in Chicago, Illinois. Obama is meeting with McCain for the first time since beating McCain in the presidential election. Photo by Getty Images North America

So, while I was in Boston at a Tina Turner concert, I missed the 6o Minutes airing with Barack and Michelle November 16, 2008. But it is uploaded online and is included below.

And I missed Brothers and Sisters, episode 8, which I think (I just watched it online) is one of the better episodes this season. Maybe, because there was more of Matthew Rhys. It is always a better show with more of Matthew. Go here to see online: http://www.abc.go.com/

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Marian Robinson


Stevens Loses Senate Election, Boosting Democratic Majority

By Tony Hopfinger

Nov. 19 (Bloomberg) -- Alaska Senator Ted Stevens lost his bid to stay in office after being convicted on felony charges as ballot counts two weeks after Election Day gave Democrat Mark Begich an insurmountable lead.


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