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Presidential primary politics came packed with rewarding wisdom.Hillary gave me the knowledge a super bright, dynamic woman can contest for the presidency and have a real shot at coronation.McCain gave me hope that in this wacky world of waffling, there is still hope for a tough old boot who tells it as it is.Obama gave me inspiration in that our country, once shamed by slavery, could well elect its first black president.Mike gave me joy in the realization a fun-loving, guitar strumming rock and rolling former Baptist minister with the unlikely presidential name of Huckabee could capture the American imagination.But the greatest gift of all came from our friend and our governor, the beloved Bill Richardson. Bill gave me kerfuffle. What a marvelous, marvelous word. I can’t stop saying it. Kerfuffle, kerfuffle, kerfuffle.Actually, Big Bill had an assist in passing along this gift. When he returned to New Mexico from the national stump, bowed, not broken and certainly not humbled, there were a plethora of news stories trumpeting his return from the campaign wars.One of them was written by Leslie Linthicum of the Albuquerque Journal.
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