needs a narrative, a reason that voters should give him a look.
Look at what happened to George W. Bush. The first time he doesn't get a plurality. Then he gets 50.8 percent. He seemed to be very relieved.
It just doesn't mesh. He grossly overestimated his political capital. Hubris, whatever, I can't explain it. He didn't have a lot of political capital. That was wrong.
Historical plaques provide a personal snapshot of Wilmington and its people. The purpose is to educate the public and provide historical insight.
We've got old people who can't get an ambulance.
They didn't want anything to be on TV showing a bunch of angry people hollering at the president. It would not have been a favorable scene unless he could handle it well, which he can't. Clinton could. He would be down there feeling their pain. But Bush can't.
While the number of companies registered with the local stock exchange has not been increasing the rate at which their shares have been changing hands signifies a growth of interest in the stock market.
So they're faced with tremendous difficulty. Most of our students are on financial aid and it just makes it real difficult for them to attend,
My thought when I first saw him was, if he did survive, he was likely to have permanent consequences and disabilities from the injury, ... But I think we all knew the likelihood of survival was small.
That's a hubris that, if he had paid attention to what happened to himself and other presidents, he wouldn't have made that mistake. It was a very predictable mistake.