Today in U.S. History: 9/26/11

Sep 26, 2011

"American Progress"

  • Story of US:  "Westward"
  • "A Growing Nation"  Vocabulary

  • Thursday
    • Random States Quiz #1
  • Friday
    • Binder Check #4
  • Next Tuesday (10/4)
    • Scrapbooks Due


nikstarwalt September 27, 2011 at 7:27 PM  

Regarding the candidates' for the republican party;
Everyone will more than likely talk about the same thing over and over again, and with twelve candidates' the issues discussed, will be like broken records plus nails on a chalkboard.
(dull and painful)
But the main thing the twelve will have in common, is they are against Obama and his way of running the country. It guaranties that he will not be elected next year. i don't like Obama either, but it seems to be unfair that twelve highly respected politicians are working against him.
Influence has a way of conspiring others against on another.

Nicholas St.

Mr. Denton September 27, 2011 at 11:17 PM  


Good points. At this point in the election cycle, most of the candidates are saying very similar things, and sometimes there isn't a whole lot of difference between them. It is important to note, however, that by the time the actual election rolls around next year, all of the Republican candidates but one will be weeded out. It is possible that one of the eliminated candidates might run on a different ticket and create a 3 party race, but, ironically, that would actually help Obama's chances as it would most likely split the conservative vote. Thanks for your thoughts!!!

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