SENSE and SENSITIVITIES
- Florida, USA
- October 12
- Senior Mortgage Analyst
- Brooklyn-born, graduate of Brooklyn Technical High School and City College of New York.
Background includes advertising, public relations, journalism, marketing, organizational development and fund raising and, for the past 15 years, mortgage banking.
You can still find my poetry at sagemerlin.
MY RECENT POSTS
- Republican 2012 Campaign:
Train Wreck....Or Juggernaut?
September 28, 2012 11:10AM
- An Open Letter to an Irate
September 14, 2012 09:25PM
- Will McAvoy Address
September 04, 2012 12:49PM
- Truth Serum: The Republican
June 07, 2012 08:54AM
- Put Your Money Where Your
May 31, 2012 01:53PM
MY RECENT COMMENTS
- “The degree of public
misconceptions about substance
February 25, 2013 07:16PM
- “Kosh, I've become
disillusioned with this whole
phenomenon for a number
October 20, 2012 01:35PM
- “Frankly, Gordon, your
opinion of me is absolutely
to anything going
October 02, 2012 03:30PM
- “I really don't want to
answer Gordon, but not
Gordon is like not
September 29, 2012 02:03PM
- “Gordon, I am fucking
pissed at you. It must be your
just composed a
September 28, 2012 05:43PM
Alan Milner's Links
Right now, the American Electorate is watching what might be described as the Republican Train Wreck....unless what we are really seeing is a Republican Juggernaut in disguise.
The supposed Republican Train Wreck began during the 2008 campaign, when the Republican Party embraced the Birther fant… Read full post »
Today, the most important Democratic National Convention ever will begin in Charlotte, North Carolina.
It's important because the Obama campaign desperately needs to get a big bounce in the polls in order to open up a significant lead in the pre-November polling which, to a large extent, will determ… Read full post »
Mitt Romney is far and away the worst presidental candidate the Republican Party has put up for office since Taft gave up the Oval Office to Wilson.
What do you do when you are saddled with such a liaiblity?
You sell the platform instead of the candidate.
And what do… Read full post »
Donald Trump made two statements on CNBC today, both of which are false.
The first statement was, "I've been known as a very smart guy..."
The second statement was that "If you're not born in this country, you're not allowed to be president."
In the first case, there's… Read full post »
The current debate about the role that Bain Capital has played in job creation becomes even more illustrative when it is considered together with the increasing hue and cry over the Facebook IPO fiasco.
Governor Romney has quite rightly pointed with pride to his record of accomplishment at Bai… Read full post »
I don't understand what all the fuss is about when it comes to Romney's record for job creation.
If I were Mitt Romney, I wouldn't want to be judged on the basis of my job creation record at Bain because his job creation there was woeful at best.
Here's the truth:… Read full post »
Every now and then, I toss off notes to reporters when I hear them uttering obvious absurdities in the vain belief that it might actually increase their consciousness about the issue under discussion.
Two days ago, I sent a tweet to CNN anchor Ali Velshi about an interview he did… Read full post »
One of the provisions of the compromise budget plan is a whack to the graduate students of America that will cost them dearly as they try to cope with their student loans.
The Obama Administration's concession on funding student loans for graduate students adds approximately $200 a month to… Read full post »
In recent weeks, a spate of new stories have appeared purportedly citing longevity scientists predicting that children being born right now might never die. Others have predicted that people who are now alive might very well live to 150.
I won't. I can't.
In 2008, Barabara Walte… Read full post »
Normally, Iwould have posted this as a comment on Just Thinking's post but, given the dozen or so spam comments on that page, I figured that no one would ever find it there.
Just Thinking's piece about mail-in voting in Oregon got me thinking.
Her report about… Read full post »
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