George V. Reilly

Odds and Ends #9

MoDo as Emma Peel

I sent this letter to the New York Times this morning:

I was struck by the jux­ta­po­si­tion of Anya Kamenetz’s thoughtful column and Maureen Dowd’s puerile nonsense on today’s op-ed page.

Anya Kamenetz’s makes a sensible proposal on empowering ready teenagers by lowering the age thresholds for voting, drinking, credit cards when they demon­strate maturity.

Maureen Dowd continues in her usual rut, going on again about Ch­eneyesque paranoia, Bill’s legacy, Obambi, and tough dames.

Perhaps Ms. Dowd could take Ms. Kamenetz’s maturity test.

We attended a Super Tuesday party last night. As a PCO, I know a fair bit about the local caucus process, but I was unable to give a good answer about who the super delegates are. What should I find in my email as soon as I got home, but a list of the Washington State super delegates.

Elected Officials

Democratic National Committee Members

Already Endorsed Obama

Already Endorsed Clinton

Finally …

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