People for the American Way have announced a writing contest for national publication. The contest is simple and will likely give the writers a large audience on the national stage and international stage.
According to Wikipedia Haiku is a “form of Japanese Poetry” and according to PFAW’s announcement – A haiku is an unrhymed verse/poetry form of Japanese origin having three lines containing usually five, seven and five syllables respectively. Intended to convey a vivid impression poetically in only seventeen syllables, haikus have traditionally focused on nature[…]”
PFAW gave a couple examples of what they are looking for like:
|McCain on judges:|
“I like all the ones Bush picked.”
We’re in trouble, now.
|Driving our nation|
Over a bridge to nowhere
Contestants have until Midnight of October 12th to make the submission for the writing contest. For submission instructions and contest rules see People for The American Ways – Haiku Contest.
Or you can post your own Haiku in the comments section below and recvive world wide touch before the contest deadline.
John McCain Campaign slipped and released McCain Wins Debate web Ad.
From about 10:40am EST The Washington Post Article talking about the release.
McCain Wins Debate
Although the fate of tonight’s presidential debate in Mississippi remains very much up in the air, John McCain has apparently already won it — if you believe an Internet ad an astute reader spotted next to this piece in the online edition of the Wall Street Journal this morning.
“McCain Wins Debate!” declares the ad which features a headshot of a smiling McCain with an American flag background. Another ad spotted by our eagle-eyed observer featured a quote from McCain campaign manager Rick Davis declaring: “McCain won the debate– hands down.”
By Chris Cillizza | September 26, 2008; 10:40 AM ET
It looks like it could be a draw. What do you think? Recap to come soon.
So who really knows what is going on with the Presidential debate on foreign policy? Ralph Nadar has offered to stand in for John McCain for the presidential debate at Ole Miss. Apparently Bob Barr wants in on the action too.
Third Party candidates have been trying to get in the presidential debates forever. If they were allowed to debate what else would they have to complain about?