Saturday, November 8, 2008

My First Blog

I'm Tj and I'm very excited to start blogging. I've been wanting to do this for a long time, but was not sure how to do it or what to expect once I started. Well the first part was easy and the rest will unfold as I go. I hope to become acquainted quickly with the blogger's world. I anticipate it will be a journey filled with limitless possibilities of commentary, dialogue and conversation. I will have alot of things to comment on considering the course of events that have produced the "The One" who will be inaugurated in January as the next President.

Over the past few days I have been thinking, reading, listening, commenting, and wondering how I am going to remember all the information, events and situations that are occuring so quickly. Events, disclosures and decisions are laying the groundwork for an administration that needs to be closely monitored by the people. I propose that the task be put in the hands of people who have a keen understanding, based on the info they have accumulated throughout this long and arduous nominating process and presidential campaign.

I know there are many people who share the same goal, to watch over our great land while it is in the hands of those untested. In the first presiential-elect press conference given yesterday I questioned the comment Obama made about the backbone of American manufacturing being the auto industry. My inclination was validated when Larry Kudlow, finacial commentator commented to John Mcintyre (Real Clear Politics) that he found that statement to be incorrect. At the end of the press conference Obama clumsily misspoke when he said Nancy Reagan had seaances at the White House. Obama's less than impressive first press conference is a departure from the oratorical theater he displayed to the masses. And one other little aside, the mut comparison was unnecessary and stupid.