Tuesday, May 31, 2011
As you may expect, the Republican nomination for President will be the main political story in America, but that's if you are not really concerned about much else. It has to be acknowledged that the Republican race will make news, but the republican ranks don't have to do much to create headlines. American is in it for the ride, as every 4 years the political process breaks its bubble once again. As far as President Obama is concerned, he has to continue his function as President, besides spend time in the re-election campaign.
Today was like any other day, as his responsibility never cease, regardless of what is happening with the Republicans in the elections campaign. Yesterday, the President nominated Army General Martin E. Dempsey as chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and two others were promoted. This was done after a return trip from the G-20 Economic Summit, and a visit to see the tornado damage in Joplin Missouri. President Obama's first real chance to campaign for his reelection most likely will take place in Miami on June 13th. In the mean time, the Democratic reelection campaign chairman Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz of Florida will work on the Democratic committees spread out all over the country as the DNC prepares for Democratic victories in 2012.