This Sunday post is a collection of links to elderblog stories about the issues that are important to understand in making our choices on who to vote for in the November election. You can read the original post announcing this feature here.
What is Enough Information?
From Linda Hillin of Texas to Oregon: Presidential Candidates’ Health Records
Surviving in Hard Times
From Janet Wendy Spiegel of Gen Plus: What a Mess. 6.1% Unemployment Rate
The Negative Campaign
From Darlene at Darlene’s Hodgepodge: Despicable Hatred
Mr. Brokaw: Social Security is Not Broken
From NCPSSM: Drinking the Anti-Establishment Kool-Aid
Feeding the Beast
From Nancy B at Erickson Blogs: Negativity in Election? Racism Rears Its Ugly Head
From Citizen K: Ad Man
Shooting Ourselves in Both Feet
From Claudia Snowden writing at Blogsisters: You’ve Really Gotten Us Into a Mess This Time, Ollie
Contrasting the Candidates
Mort Reichek at Octogenarian: Thoughts About the Election
The Coming of the American Police State
From Elaine Frankonis of Kalilily Time: Is the 2nd American Revolution Almost Here?
Constitutionally-Challenged Police Target Legal Protesters as Terrorists
From The New York Times: Citizen Deleted
Recalling Father Coughlin
From Cynthia Samuels: Scary Times: Do We Face a New Great Depression (and Does Sarah Palin Still Matter)?
A Candidate’s Temperament
From Brave New PAC: McCain’s Rage [4:21 minutes]
Solution to Saturday’s Matchstick Puzzle
Yesterday, we published a puzzle from a newly reissued 1947 book, Fabulous Fun with Puzzles.
Here is the diabolical solution: