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    Dear Bob, here are some photos of my life here on the campus of Concordia Seminary. I love kids, working with the grounds crew, swimming, playing with my dog friends, and especially my own family people.
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    July 31, 2008



    Cheer up. You seem to always be on the lookout for the worse McCain moment of the week.
    Did you see the talk by Obama on energy? It was on the news last night. Obama said we should just inflate our tires to get better mileage. It would save more oil than drilling. This in a rambling tone, without a smile or nod of approval from those sitting behind him or in the audience. Even they realized this is nonsense.
    Both candidates will have flat moments when speaking from time to time.
    Obama is good in front of a telpromter, but often very flat when speaking without it. He rambles on a lot.

    Orianna Laun

    McCain doesn't need his own ads to scare the voters. All they need to do is watch the news. On KSDK Wed. night, they had a story about how wonderful Obama is and some negativity thrown in about McCain at the tail end.


    The problem is we're living in a visual society and pictures mean something. To report on McCain's campaign stops means the cameras show the people behind him. If they look bored and uninterested the only alternative is to not allow cameras or do something to get them feeling excited and interested.

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