Is the bastard child of JournoList targeting O’Donnell?
Here in Oakland, in addition to two high-visibility state-wide races for senator and governor, we also have a hotly contested three-way race for mayor (plus seven other also-ran candidates) in our first “instant run-off” election, which in turn is generating much speculation how this will upset the usual electoral calculus. Not to mention the almost smoking-gun evidence of a conspiracy by the local corrupt party* | Read More »
Charlie Gibson interviews our Presidential and VP candidates seriatim [Humor]
…challenging, in order, Barack Obama (Lancelot), John McCain (Sir Robin), Joe Biden (Galahad), Sarah Palin (Arthur) What would we do without Monty Python to put everything into proper perspective?
Just another minor but telling example of deliberate media bias
Glanced over at CNN, and their lead story on their home page, complete with photo of Barack Obama, was as follows: Obama: Being American is blessing, responsibility America became a great country because of its people, Sen. Barack Obama said Thursday night at a Time-sponsored forum on national service. “It is a great blessing that we’ve received,” he said. “It is also a responsibility … | Read More »
Here I take my stand
Lest anyone, humor-challenged or other, not understand where I was coming from in my earlier post here at RedState: I support 100% the nomination of Governor Sarah Palin for Vice President and stand in sympathy and support of the Palin family during this challenging time that they face with their daughter Bristol. I pronounce anathema on the subhuman slime who first spread baseless and abhorrent | Read More »
Surely this will sink Palin’s nomination
Building upon this comment by fellow RedStater Virgil, I had this vision of the next AP story on Sarah Palin: [Headline] Bedroom Secrets of the Palin family exposed [Text] A criminal indictment is expected to soon be handed down against Gov. Sarah Palin and her husband, following dispatch of a SWAT team that swooped down on her house and discovered a tag missing from the | Read More »