PunditMom’s Tuesday Quick Hits

Tue, December 16, 2008

Moms & Politics


As you probably guessed, things are slowing down a bit here at PunditMom blog. Between election fatigue, the December holidays and other things going on, it’ll be a little slow here through the New Year. But while we’re re-grouping, here are a few reads worth your time today:

Why do things need to change in the world of financial regulation? Greed, greed and more greed.

Barack Obama says neither he nor anyone on his staff did anything wrong regarding his former Senate seat.

Caroline Kennedy, while initially reluctant, now says she wants Hillary Clinton’s senate seat. Looking like a mid-life crisis decision?

Reflections on the white, hot spotlight that Alaska politics received from the second most famous mother in Alaska.

And, “honestly, who throws a shoe?

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One Response to “PunditMom’s Tuesday Quick Hits”

  1. Roadkill Refugee Says:

    FWIW, I share your fatigue. It’s clearly the off-season of politics… this interregnum. But it’s not just the slow news days, it also kind of reminds me of the period after college/law school final exams, where the adrenaline slips away and you just feel like vegging. That was the brilliance of the Onion video about Obama supporters languishing around, post-election. A little too true, in my case I guess. ;-D


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