Best Post Election Famous Quotes & Sayings

12 Best Post Election Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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There haven't been fundamental structural changes in America. There's been a very important symbolic change and that is the election of Barack Obama. But the only black people who truly live in a post-racial world in America all live in a very nice house on 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.Henry Louis Gates Best Post Election Sayings By Henry Louis Gates: There haven't been fundamental structural changes in America. There's been a very important symbolic change
IN THE TORRID London summer of 1886, William Gladstone was up against Benjamin Disraeli for the post of prime minister of the United Kingdom. This was the Victorian era, so whoever won was going to rule half the world. In the very last week before the election, both men happened to take the same young woman out to dinner. Naturally, the press asked her what impressions the rivals had made. She said, "After dining with Mr. Gladstone, I thought he was the cleverest person in England. But after dining with Mr. Disraeli, I thought I was the cleverest person in England." Guess who won the election? It was the man who made others feel intelligent, impressive, and fascinating: Benjamin Disraeli.Olivia Fox Cabane Best Post Election Sayings By Olivia Fox Cabane: IN THE TORRID London summer of 1886, William Gladstone was up against Benjamin Disraeli for
It took us 50 months in Germany, post World War II to go from the end of the war to a national election.Frank Carlucci Best Post Election Sayings By Frank Carlucci: It took us 50 months in Germany, post World War II to go from the
He once reduced the President of the United States - then a ceremonial post, but one much loved by people who lived within the old borders - to tears of laughter at a state dinner, by delivering a learned dissertation on computer data storage technology in a flawless Texan accent. The lady was later heard to propose an amendment to the Constitution to allow off-worlders to hold high public office, so that she could have him for her running mate in the next election. ItDiane Duane Best Post Election Sayings By Diane Duane: He once reduced the President of the United States - then a ceremonial post, but
Forgot to live-tweet the election last night, so I'm post-tweeting today. I'll start as soon as my fingers unclench from their rage fists.Stephen Colbert Best Post Election Sayings By Stephen Colbert: Forgot to live-tweet the election last night, so I'm post-tweeting today. I'll start as soon
Well, "The Washington post" three weeks ago had this investigation and they said that President Obama has now raised more money from Wall Street and the banks for this election cycle than all - than all eight Republicans combined. I don't want to say that, because if that's the truth, that Wall Street already has their man and his name is Barack Obama, then we've got a much bigger problem.Michael Moore Best Post Election Sayings By Michael Moore: Well, "The Washington post" three weeks ago had this investigation and they said that President
The potential for manipulation here is enormous. Here's one example. During the 2012 election, Facebook users had the opportunity to post an "I Voted" icon, much like the real stickers many of us get at polling places after voting. There is a documented bandwagon effect with respect to voting; you are more likely to vote if you believe your friends are voting, too. This manipulation had the effect of increasing voter turnout 0.4% nationwide. So far, so good. But now imagine if Facebook manipulated the visibility of the "I Voted" icon on the basis of either party affiliation or some decent proxy of it: ZIP code of residence, blogs linked to, URLs liked, and so on. It didn't, but if it had, it would have had the effect of increasing voter turnout in one direction. It would be hard to detect, and it wouldn't even be illegal. Facebook could easily tilt a close election by selectively manipulating what posts its users see. Google might do something similar with its search results.Bruce Schneier Best Post Election Sayings By Bruce Schneier: The potential for manipulation here is enormous. Here's one example. During the 2012 election, Facebook
Today the Washington Post did an article; they compared the 2008 presidential election to the 1932 presidential election. They did a comparison, mainly because 1932 was the first time John McCain ran for president.Conan O'Brien Best Post Election Sayings By Conan O'Brien: Today the Washington Post did an article; they compared the 2008 presidential election to the
During the election people from visible minorities stood as candidates on both the left and the right. And only one African woman was elected in a very left-wing constituency in Paris. The French don't seem to be ready to elect people from a visible minority. So maybe this society is not ready to have a woman from a foreign background in this important post. That really surprised us, because we thought we had evolved.Patrick Gaubert Best Post Election Sayings By Patrick Gaubert: During the election people from visible minorities stood as candidates on both the left and
Lincoln received one more painful reminder that he was still a target for criticism. Walking between his home and office, he noticed a group of young boys teasing an agitated stray goat. When the animal hungrily spied the taller target, it turned from the children and tried butting Lincoln instead, until he was forced to seize it by the horns in self-defense. As the youngsters watched in delight, the president-elect of the United States gave his first post-election speech - to an angry goat. He might as well have been speaking to the South when he shouted: "I didn't bother you. It was the boys. Why don't you go and butt the boys. I wouldn't trouble you.Harold Holzer Best Post Election Sayings By Harold Holzer: Lincoln received one more painful reminder that he was still a target for criticism. Walking
This is how the great post-partisan, post-racial, New Politics presidency ends-not with a bang, not with a whimper, but with a desperate election-eve plea for ethnic retribution.Charles Krauthammer Best Post Election Sayings By Charles Krauthammer: This is how the great post-partisan, post-racial, New Politics presidency ends-not with a bang, not
The big post-election story if Obama wins the presidency will be in the hands of the ethically embattled Democratic Gov. Rod Blagojevich. He's not very popular, and has a chance to use his power to appoint an Obama replacement as a step in the direction of political rehabilitation.Chuck Todd Best Post Election Sayings By Chuck Todd: The big post-election story if Obama wins the presidency will be in the hands of