Obamabots! Why aren’t you euthanizing your parents?
Yoohooooo! Yoohoooooooo! Uh, Mr. Obama, where are YOUR medical records? Don’t peak through the blinds, answer the door and show us YOUR medical records. [knock knock] Is this thing on? Mr. Obama, where are YOUR medical records. Hmmm. No response. Hey Barack, how does John McCain distract America from real issues, but your smear campaign over him conquering Cancer, doesn’t divert America from real issues? | Read More »
The Sunday Morning Talk Shows: The Review
PREFACE: On FOX News Sunday, Claire McCaskill agreed with an Obama commercial which defines John McCain as an unstable, old man, saying that he has been erratic lately. Joe Lieberman, scoffing at Obama’s lead in the polls, pointed out that the Gore/Lieberman ticket had been trailing by 6-points with two-weeks left in 2000 and managed to win that election. At least the popular vote. Karl | Read More »
For all you people who think Scott Rasmussen is the HOLY GRAIL!!
http://tinyurl.com/474wvb This brings me to Rasmussen. In an earlier article, I rather harshly said that Rasmussen was in it for the money. I have always asked the questions recommended by the NPCC/AAPOR, and in doing so I have noticed how some major polls refuse to answer important questions. I learned a long time ago that if you had enough information, you could work out the | Read More »
Myth: Obama would cut taxes…
If Sarah Palin reads the Wall Street Journal, she probably saw this article. WSJ – Their Fair Share Someone needs to answer (and disprove) Brocko Bama’s claim that 95% of Omericans will receive a tac cut if he is elected president. Using the data published in the Journal’s article, the numbers don’t add-up. Nearly 50% of people pay no income taxes, so how can they | Read More »
“O – A Lonely Marxist Zero”
This is a gift. I was visiting with friends here today in Tallinn, and they insisted on a trip to the beautiful new art museum on the edge of town. It was wonderful – lots of wonderful Estonian painting and sculpture, particularly from the 19th century. At one point, we wandered up to the top floor to look for the exhibit known as the “WC.” | Read More »
Postcard from Tallinn
Well, if Moe and NightTwister can do this, so can I – except that I get paid to make trips like this. Pikk Herrmann, the tallest tower in the old citadel – with the Estonian flag flying proudly in the wind. The narrow, winding, cobblestoned streets of Toompea, the Old Town. This one is difficult. In 1940, when the Soviets moved into Estonia, they rounded | Read More »
Republicans and military men on John McCain
Taken from a blog post in The Anchorage Daily News Republihttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PdJUCU1UH2w
Obama’s Actions vs. Obama’s Words
Clear thinking, intelligent voting requires research into the actions of our politicians, not just following what they say. This statement holds true more this year than any other. Barack Obama’s actions do not match his words. Going back to his years as a state Senator, followed by his select votes in the U.S. Senate, show his true nature, that of a far left Liberal. This | Read More »
Government cannot be the cure all
Now Wall Street may shun $700 Billion bail-out So after months of build up and weeks of hand-wringing we here that Wall Street may just tough it out. “Wall Street analysts, believe the addition of so many terms to the bill might deter potential participants.” Well you don’t say. This is what happens when socialism getsshoved down the throats of capitalists. They will vomit it | Read More »
We Must Spread The Truth About The Mortgage Mess
I tried to cross post an item here from my other blog but the formatting was incompatible (running out of the column. We must start to spread the truth about our financial mess. While their is plenty of blame to share, the primary problems stem from he government incentivizing and glad handing banks to make unsound loans under the Community Reinvestment Act. We have plenty | Read More »
Focus On Illegal Money Flowing To Obama
Pam Gellar over at Atlas Shrugs has been doing gret work exposing illegal campaign donations to Obama, from all places….The Gaza Territories controlled by the terrorist Hamas oraganization ##funded by Iran##. We All need to focus on this and hammer it home in the last 30 days. I have not heard one peep of this in the MSM and the McCain camp seems unwilling to | Read More »
John McCain, It’s Time To Take The Gloves Off
The General Election is less than one month away. The polls though scewed show Barack Obama with a lead and gaining ground if the polls are to be believed. Frankly the only truly accurate poll is the one that takes place on election day as voters enter and exit the polling booth bringing the final results of any election. Elections are about two things, issues | Read More »
Lucy, you got some ‘splainin’ to do.-Ricky Ricardo
On some positions a coward has asked the question is it safe? Expediency asks the question, is it politic? Vanity asks the question, is it popular? But conscience asks the question is it right? And there come a time when one must take a position that is neither safe nor politic nor popular but he must take it because conscience tells him it is right. | Read More »
It’s the economy stupid (again)
An Oct. 4th Washington Post article reports that Senator McCain and his Republican allies are “readying a newly aggressive assault on Senator Barack Obama’s character, believing that to win in November they must shift the conversation back to questions about the Democrat’s judgment, honesty and personal associations…” Where Senator McCain scored points on these issues in the past I’m not so sure he’s going to | Read More »
Domestic Debate Questions
The economy is an important issue to be sure but this election also marks, potentially, a dramatic shift in what American values are. Barack Obama has a vastly different than what I believe most Americans think. Part of the problem is that no one has asked Barack about these things and as a result most people think that he shares the same values as everyone | Read More »
The Saturday Night Live Bailout Clip.
Because Allahpundit’s right: there’s an audience for a full and frank discussion on this one.But, hey: keep the focus on this. Make McCain, Palin, and the rest of us reluctantly talk about how your Party got us into this mess, and how your instinctual first reaction to encountering a disgraced Fannie/Freddie executive is apparently to offer him or her a job. We don’t mind. We | Read More »
Country First, Stupid
This is for all of those “conservative” pundits who are still writing off McCain’s chances, even after Sarah Palin made them eat crow last Thursday. It’s clear what some of you are trying to accomplish. You want to be first in line to re-make the GOP after the election. You believe that there are going to be leadership challenges, politically and intellectually. And you’re already | Read More »
Are Americans Paying Attention? The Mystery of Happy Democrats!
One of the great mysteries to me so far is the happiness and great expectations of the Dems that they will increase their hold over Congress with approval ratings of what they have done so far at 9%! It might be even lower given the “bailout” bill this past week! So, why are the Dems so gleeful and positive that the Republican minority will be | Read More »
Pulling Out of Michigan Is Just McCain’s Latest Great Lake Mistake
The McCain announcement, strange for its content and volume, that it was ending campaign operations in Michigan is just the latest misstep in a presidential campaign searching for a message which resonates with this state’s voters. As disappointing as the announcement was, it could hardly be called surprising. Not surprising because McCain’s campaign has been missing opportunity after opportunity in Michigan from day one. Perhaps, | Read More »
MI Morning Update: The Campaign Goes On
p>30 Days Until Election Day October 5, 2008 QUOTE OF THE DAY: "John McCain is our candidate. We want him in Michigan. We want him to hear our issues. We want him to be here because we think he helps us across the board."-Senate Majority Leader Mike Bishop reacting the McCain campaign’s announcement. MORNING UPDATE: SUNDAY TALK SHOW SCHEDULE BELOW…check who’s up on what show | Read More »
Obama ‘palling around’ with terrorists
"Our opponent … is someone who sees America, it seems, as being so imperfect, imperfect enough, that he’s palling around with terrorists who would target their own country" Republican vice presidential candidate Governor Sarah Palin on Saturday hit Obama for his longtime association with unrepentant domestic terrorist Bill Ayers: The New York Times article mentioned by Governor Palin is available here. It is a typical | Read More »
Obama Poker Pal Being Investigated By FBI
In an article, Time for Hard Questions, Commentary Magazine reports that Obama poker buddy and political confidante, Larry Walsh is being investigated by the FBI.
We Got Somebody Big in Pakistan
I saw this article on the Fox News web site and found these opening paragraphs rather interesting. DERA ISMAIL KHAN, Pakistan — Intelligence officials suspect a top militant leader may have been killed in an alleged U.S. missile strike because the Taliban are unusually angry about the attack. Amid reports of the death toll rising to 24, informants and agents in the field said members | Read More »
OBAMA’S SHADY PALS
THE COMPANY HE KEEPS: OBAMA’S SHADY PALS THE ISSUE: Barack Obama’s connection to ACORN and its role in the financial meltdown. I have read a lot of very good PostOpinion articles over the years, but Stanley Kurtz’s “O’s Dangerous Pals” (PostOpinion, Sept. 29) is among the best and most informative. It should be required reading so that the public can understand exactly how we got | Read More »
Newsweek on Obama’s campaign donations; Pics from Palin’s Ca. rally
Consider the cases of Obama donors “Doodad Pro” of Nunda, N.Y., who gave $17,130, and “Good Will” of Austin, Texas, who gave more than $11,000—both in excess of the $2,300-per-person federal limit. … This summer, watchdog groups asked both campaigns to share more information about its small donors. The McCain campaign agreed; the Obama campaign did not. “They could’ve done themselves a service” by heeding | Read More »
What Part Of “Shall Not Be Infringed” Don’t You Understand, Senator?
In her brief time in the national spotlight, Republican Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin, if nothing else, has rejuvenated the debate in this country regarding certain fundamental values. Interestingly, not all of this stems directly from the candidate’s spoken statements but rather from a number of comments made about her by her Democratic counterpart Senator Joseph Biden.
Say it isn’t so, Mort ?!?!
I have been watching FNN’s “The Beltway Boys” and have been listening to Mort Kondracke, knowing that he is not as big a fan of Gov. Palin as I am. Initially, Mort was quite negative about Gov. Palin’s ability to step in as President, should that be necessary [and please alert the Media – all the Media – that it is really getting so tiresome | Read More »
Obama “I haven’t talked to the guy in a year and a half”
This was his answer on O’Reilly when he interviewed with him couple weeks ago “I haven’t talke to the guy in a year and a half”. So he stopped talking to him right after he started to campaign.
What Obama said about Ayers on O’Reilly…
Obama said about Ayers… “I haven’t talked to that guy in a year and a half”. Which means he stopped talking to him right when his campaign started, or maybe even a little after.
Palin’s Obama-Ayers statement stopped one step short of being effective
**As some of you know, I have been having an absolute hissy fit because Obama got through a bazillion interviews without a single questioner forcing him to admit he [Obama] referred to Bill Ayers as a friend. FOX briefly pointed this out today while commented on Sarah’s latest talk. Obama has called Ayers a friend, and the word “friend” should be used at every opportunity. | Read More »
Both Candidates’ Tax Plans Will Reduce Millions of Taxpayers’ Liability to Zero
here is the link Both Candidates’ Tax Plans Will Reduce Millions of Taxpayers’ Liability to Zero (or Less) http://www.taxfoundation.org/publications/show/23631.html
Just Saw An American Carol
I know many of you may have seen or are going to see An American Carol, but for those who may not, you’re missing a fantastic movie that’s funny, touching, and well paced with surprises and tempo changes that take this movie to so many other places than I had expected it to ever go. You may think you know what this movie is all | Read More »
October non-surprise: Un-masking of Democrat reveals scary liberal in time for Halloween
Attention all conservative Republican nervous nellies that have declared defeat ad naseum for the last 23 months based on the refusal of our candidate to aggressively attack the opposition: The McCain-Palin campaign is taking the gloves off and attacking Obama’s radical leftism. Baseball happens every Spring. Democrats get exposed for the out of the mainstream leftists they are every fourth October just in time to | Read More »
Winning this election
The only way McCain and republicans can win this election is by making people realize that this economic crisis happened because of Barney Frank and other democrats. The CRA act needs to be repealed. McCain should fight for the repeal of the act that forces businesses to make risky loans and then force the GSEs like Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac buy these loans. The | Read More »
Finally! McCain Campaign Decides to Send Sarah Palin to Omaha to fight for Nebraksa’s 2nd District 1 Electoral Vote!
Today was a good day already. I got to spend some time at the gym, my beloved home state North Carolina Tar Heels footbal team routed UConn, we celebrated my brother’s 36th birthday, and I got the go ahead to play 18 holes tomorrow. Then, my day got A LOT brighter. An announcement went out that Sarah Palin will be at a rally in downtown | Read More »
What really gets my goat
Is way the media has gotten away with the lies in this election, it makes me feel dirty as an American. they have called this the information age more like the disinformation, where is the Justus. how sweet a win would be.
Vegas & Kabul
I landed in Kabul August of 2003. My first trip to Vegas was about July/August of 2006.When I was flying into vegas, the surroundings reminded me of the mountains surrounding kabul. The only difference was that when we landed in Kabul, everyone was grabbing theirmagazines and locking and loading. We were warned to not step off the tarmac. Both citieswere, and are, much more crowded | Read More »
Ohio: Vote Early, Vote Often
“Vote Early and Often” takes on new meaning in the twisted and abused registration and voting process now underway in Ohio this year from September 30 through October 6. It is not as if Ohio, like Florida, has not seen its share of voting challenges in past elections, but it appears that they are out to outdo their past reputation to create a voting result | Read More »
Sarah Palin’s Fight for America
Podcast Show Notes The bail out already failing. (Hat Tip: Daily Paul.) California seeks a bail out. (Hat Tip: Club for Growth.) Massachusetts seeks a bail out even after RomneyCare got one. (Hat Tip: CFG.) Barney Frank’s conflict of interest in the Fannie-Freddie mess. (Hat Tip: Townhall.com.) Palin wants to fight for Michigan, and calls out Obama on terrorist ties, while McCain diagnoses the campaign’s | Read More »
More on Pro-Palin/Anti-Palin
Daniel Larison of The American Conservative takes issue with my taking issue with the conservative Palin critics. He feels pretty strongly she’s an empty suit (empty skirt?). He thought her convention speech was substance-free and her debate performance was mediocre. I view things a bit differently. That convention speech was one of the finest political performances I’ve ever seen. The line about not seeking the | Read More »
On Negotiating With Iran, Or “Of Vexing Topics And Muddled Campaign Promises”
Ever since Barack Obama said that he would meet with the leaders of Iran, North Korea and Venezuela without preconditions, politicians from Hillary Clinton to John McCain have pilloried him for doing so. Passions are particularly intense concerning talks with Iran since Iran’s president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, is such a polarizing figure. In an apparent attempt to ratchet down such passions, the Obama campaign has been | Read More »
We Haven’t Discussed Zimbabwe’s Continuing Voyage To Hell Recently . . .
So let us note anew that Zimbabwe is going to Hell: Zimbabwe’s central bank on Friday outlawed one of the last functioning parts of the country’s ravaged financial system, hampering businesses already brought to the brink of collapse by rapidly worsening hyperinflation. Gideon Gono, governor of the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe and a close ally of President Robert Mugabe, suspended electronic transfers between banks on | Read More »
Aching To Be A Spoiler
Once again, let’s ask whether the Clintons really want Barack Obama to win this election: HILLARY CLINTON, Barack Obama’s defeated opponent in the Democratic primary, has infuriated his supporters by praising Sarah Palin, the Republican vice-presidential candidate, for her performance in last week’s television debate. “It is amazing, you know, she’s been thrust in the spotlight with very little national preparation and I think, all | Read More »
Smarter Senate Democratic Leaders! Please!
Jennifer Rubin joins in the call. More on this issue here but one would expect the Wall Street Journal to take Democrats to task for gaffes that end up wreaking havoc in the financial markets. Cable TV is silent on this issue, as are the New York Times and the Washington Post. Dollars to donuts says that if a Republican caused insurance prices to tank | Read More »
Quick Links On The Vice Presidential Candidates
Joe Biden’s statements have an unfortunate tendency not to coincide with the truth. Quelle surprise. 2. Sarah Palin gave more to charity than Biden did, despite having less income to give away. Seems that this is par for the course when you compare Republican and Democratic candidates. And yet, Republicans are supposedly the ones who are cruel and heartless towards the less fortunate. How quaint. | Read More »
The CNN attempts to slip something by the National Review:
Sorry: as the AoSHQ notes, it’s National Review, not “The” National Review. A little point, but then this is a post about inaccuracy in reporting. As above, so below – if you’ll forgive me for going all Hermetic over it. Anyway, CNN flubbed an article on Palin’s bringing up the perfectly accurate observation that Obama’s been palling about with domestic terrorists by suggesting that National | Read More »
Another Weather Underground Terrorist Found On the Obama Website
I found this on the little Green Football Blog, and thought it would be good to share here. “William Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn aren’t the only former members of the Weather Underground terrorist group associated with Barack Obama; Naomi Jaffe is being promoted at the official Barack Obama blog site.” Below is the link to her fundraiser off the Obama website. http://my.barackobama.com/page/event/detail/fundraising/gs7yjz With yet another | Read More »
MO-GOV: Hulshof Gets a Much Needed Boost
Republican candidate Kenny Hulshof has been badly trailing Democrat candidate Jay Nixon for the entire campaign season. Nixon started the season with a considerable advantage following a bitterly contested Republican primary between Hulshof and State Treasurer Sarah Steelman. Since the repeal of Missouri’s campaign finance law restricting contributions, Nixon has continued his fund raising advantage. He has collected $3.3 million in large sized contributions (those | Read More »
Don’t forget Khalidi: Ayers isn’t the only sleaze Obama enjoys spending time with
Obama’s association with Rashid Khalidi also deserves notice, given Khalidi’d lifetime of work dedicated to the vilification and destruction of Israel. Obama has way too much tolerance for those who wage murderous terror against America and its democratic allies Here’s what WorldNet Daily reported earlier this year:
LA Primaries, Including the Reelection Bid of Rep. William Jefferson (D-LA02)
The Congressional Primaries were originally scheduled for September 6, but were postponed due to Hurricane Gustav. The polls closed at 8 pm CDT. The highest profile elections will be in District 2, where a slate of six challenge The Freezer King for the Democratic nomination (and, effectively, the Congressional seat). There is a contested primary for each party is District 4 (Shreveport), the seat of | Read More »