MOVING FORWARD IN REFORMATION – PRESIDENT BILL CLINTON FOR FLORIDA USA & SIR GEOFFREY PALMER FOR WELLINGTON CITY NZ
We believe that ‘We’re all in this together’ is a far better philosophy than ‘You’re on your own!’… I think if America makes the wrong decision, it will have very damaging consequences,” Mr. Bill Clinton said. “And I’ve done it more than anything else, because I believe President Obama has made better decisions than many people give him credit for.”–CBS.
In Florida, he said in endorsing Obama over Mitt, ”It’s about two very different approaches and which one is more likely to build a 21st century of the American dream… America is the only major country in the world where any major political party is denying climate change instead of arguing about what to do about it,” he said. Most of his comments were about keeping college kids within the ballpark of education, the American way, inside the American dream. With that approach Obama’s endorsement should hold up into the election.
Finishing the stand in gig in Florida for the President’s rally where Barack was on storm duties, ‘Clinton added his own twist, boasting that Arizona, where he was once governor, has the largest mascara plant in the world. But he said he personally has no need of it he’s not in a punk band.’–Chris McGreal, Toronto.
“Who is Wellington’s leader? Under the present legal structures, that question cannot be answered.”–Sir Geoffrey Palmer almost sounds like he’s talking Hobbit when he says Wellington needs to move forward, have a strong voice and not coast on former glories. The City is reforming Mayoralty flows to get the economy going on, in new ways.–TVNZ video. Simon Dallow and Amy Kelley have the news clip.
Best Election coverage USA links: Chris Cillizzia.