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Politics and a Lesson in Communication

Last Tuesday President Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney bickered during the presidential debate, questioning each other’s character and honesty. And at an event in New York a few days later, they poked fun during a comic interlude. Who knows what will happen at tonight’s debate?! In an aggressive and tightly contested race, with the election less than three weeks away, the political stakes are high. But our concern here is more about you, a card carrying member of the Sandwich Generation squeezed between parents growing older and kids growing up. We all … Continue reading

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You never know who is going to win until the game is over. Just like yesterday when the New York Giants, the underdogs, won the Superbowl even though all along the New England Patriots had been favored. Tomorrow is Super Tuesday and the stakes are high. Who can win the election in November has become a major issue. Romney has made enough of a comeback to keep the race against McCain going, even with Huckabee still somewhat of a force in the South. Although Obama is on the move, Clinton … Continue reading

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Mitt Romney moved from silver to the gold in his Michigan victory and the look of jubilation and relief on his face was familiar. Haven’t all of us, at one time or another, been behind and then pulled into a winning position? More than ever, the race now appears to be a Republican free-for-all, with each candidate having a different platform and searching for how to win the votes. Lucky for Romney he has deep roots in Michigan and could be himself in his home state. As a successful business … Continue reading

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