Hello Nancy! Glad you could enjoy the day, Sundays are for relaxing, reading, and recuperating. Hm, proof-reading, I'm glad you're sharp on details - I miss a lot even when I'm careful! Viva documentary? LOL, I keep thinking it's not been that long since! There's the weather you ordered, glad to see it snowing in Denmark, but the ice can be dicey! Here much the same, freezing drizzle, maybe snow later. I've often wondered if cars would be best equipped with a sand spreader in the wheel wells, just in case..
I have had a nice and quiet day - reading. Also proofreading our statutes for the chairman of the board. Watched the Viva la Vida documentary again.
Outside it was snowing for 1½ hour, then stopped again and it cleared up. And now the snow is gone again. But further north on Zealand the streets/roads were very icy and that resulted in some traffic accidents.
Hm, well behind it all is the big money from a few influential donors, so I don't expect either Mitt or Newt to stray from the corporatist agenda. Ironically, it is when the economy is slow that stimulus money is a good thing, cutting important government programs during a slow recovery doesn't make sense either, unless that money is given to consumers who buy good that somehow stimulate the economy (less likely unless we boost our manufacturing sector).. So maybe the question is: which one is crazier? Hm, interesting that your media covers it so well! Here, the media is worried about the debt crisis in Greece, Italy's next, and will Germany expand the money supply or not. Probably good that Denmark isn't included in those concerns ;-D.
Mitt Romney or Newt Gingrich will win ultimately, but this opinion is based on how things stand right now according to the media.
Since the Obama campaign in 2007/2008 Danish media have following the US election process with primaries etc. very closely - just as closely - almost - as the US media, LOL.
Hm, well that's interesting - Newt Wins in South Carolina. I actually haven't been following it, I think Mitt Romney does have a good chance, actually I am surprised to see that Newt Gingrich won the primary in SC. But in my mind the primary is secondary to the central issue of reform of the election campaign funding process; I suspect if there were overwhelming support for a constitutional amendment today, and congress were forced to take up the task, that Barack Obama would then pass tough legislation to follow suit; I'd rather see someone willing to act responsibly towards reform measures. Given the choice, I think President Obama is more the likely one to do the right thing, if the pressure is high enough and congress is forced to act on it. But as for the Republican front-runners, it's like picking the sweetest lemons. But amusing - I've seen little bits of it here and there. Which Republican candidate do you think will win?