interviews: January 2004 Archives

Data in, Garbage out?


I got the link to this from Steven Riddle.
What is interesting is that, before his flip-flop on abortion, I was leaning towards Kucinich. Of course, none of the below is a viable candidate to me now. See Mr. Riddle's cogent analysis for why.
1. Your ideal theoretical candidate. (100%) Click here for info
2. Kucinich, Rep. Dennis, OH - Democrat (71%) Click here for info
3. Dean, Gov. Howard, VT - Democrat (64%) Click here for info
4. Green Party Candidate (63%) Click here for info
5. Kerry, Senator John, MA - Democrat (58%) Click here for info
6. Sharpton, Reverend Al - Democrat (57%) Click here for info
7. Edwards, Senator John, NC - Democrat (55%) Click here for info

Friday Five


You have just won one million dollars:

1. Who do you call first?
My husband and children.
2. What is the first thing you buy for yourself?
I pay off my student loans.
3. What is the first thing you buy for someone else?
A car for my husband.
4. Do you give any away? If yes, to whom?
10% at a minimum, to the various Catholic organizations that we are already supporting. Probably piecemeal, unless we think there would be enough to get a new project off the ground (like Catholic radio? - but I don't think it would be enough?) Maybe a residential facility for teen moms?
5. Do you invest any? If so, how?
I might invest in business like starting my own midwifery practice or starting a Catholic radio station with my husband, or it might just be investing in my children's higher education. 1 Million seems like a LOT until one actually starts trying to figure out how to spend it wisely and in accordance with Christian principles.
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