When I heard Bill Clinton got upset in the Chris Wallace interview, I was like who cares? It's not like he is the president anymore. He seems just to be defending his position. I am interested on what Chris Wallace's reaction to it was. Clinton was basically using the media to encourage the Democrats in taking a firmer stand against the Republicans. I think it worked. Clinton sure does know how to use the media to his advantage. About the issue, I' m pretty sure everyone or the majority of the public realize Clinton was a good president. His faults are merely human. That's probably why so many people like him. Media is very powerful in helping a candidate relate to the public more.
Tuesday, September 26, 2006
Wednesday, September 20, 2006
Reading the Manitowoc Herald Times, I was confused on why the Democrat candidate for county executive would support Republican candidate, John Gard. I am neither on Woznicki's or Ziegelbauer's but shouldn't Ziegelbauer know not to do that. The Democrat party supported Ziegelbauer financially and politically. When that commerical ran, did Ziegelbauer not know or not care about the effect of what would happen? Does he not know that in the public view, being on a side, especially only on one, is essential to a campaign? It doesn't matter what he said. He should know better. I am glad the Democrat party is sensible enough to not support a hypocrite like him.
Sunday, September 10, 2006
My name is Sandy. I am a student at UW-Manitwoc. I am 19 years old and a wife and a mother. I am Hmong and am representing one-third of the 52, 369 Asians living in Wisconsin(JS online). I admit that I am no expert on the campaign or the elections. I merely give my view on it from a young adult student's perspective.