Reblogged from A Finnish Perspective

Finnish Perspective

There is an old adage concerning presidential races.  That it’s difficult to challenge an incumbent since they are privy to information that they alone know. That the challenger does not know and will not know until and unless he becomes president.

This is only true if the divulging of this information does not have a sever negative impact on the country as whole or that the president believes that it will.

My father died of a brain hemorrhage when I was 14.   We were in Miami at the time and my parents were about to sign on a house in Coral Gables. The decision made by my father to move from Ohio – which he dearly loved and where is family was – to Florida came as a complete shock to everyone. Especially since he was not known for out of the blue behavior. However he never gave any reason…

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