lunes, enero 07, 2008

¿2008 terminará lo que 1968 empezó?

El nuevo año apenas tiene una semana, y parece que ha durado siglos... Una de las principales periodistas del país ha sido censurada, una candidata del establishment llora por qué un chico negro le empieza a ganar en su juego... parece que este año será todo menos aburrido.... Copio de The Anchoress:

Iowa means a great deal. So does New Hampshire. So does every state and every community.” Lesson learned. I may be a hotheaded Irishwoman, but when I’m wrong, I don’t mind admitting it. For now, Obama is saying all the right things. He’s tapping into the nation’s need to feel united and hopeful again - and he’s the only one who seems to be doing it. When the first blush of this infatuation is over, and when (if) Obama’s ideas, positions, remarks and connections are allowed closer scrutiny, we’ll see how it goes.

2) Barely registering on our awareness, amidst all this Clinton/Obama drama and the seeming end of the Clinton stranglehold on American politics, President Bush is heading to the Middle East under stated threat. I’ll share some thoughts on that later, or tomorrow.

3) I have a feeling 2008 is going to be as surprising, dramatic and disorienting as 1968. For those who feel the world has been upside down since then - well…who the hell knows? Maybe the world is “re-orienting.” Or not. In any case, I think we’re in for a hell of a ride - a year where experts will be stymied and “predictions” will be for naught. Anticipate high drama and lots of surprises, and whatever you do, don’t listen to the press - they really have no idea - they’re just going to continue to talk as if they do…because that’s what they’re paid to do.

The year has just begun, and the games of 2008 are in deep mid-play. It ain’t over ’til it’s over.

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