Red meat here on Conservative economic credentials, with audiovisual to boot!
Are you tired of having Obama-loving, newbie “left-leaning” and hardliner Dems as well, play deaf when you make your case for McCain’s (and Republicans’) economic credentials? I am.And, guess what? That statement by McCain on “the fundamentals of our economy” being strong? True statement! GDP, GDP per capita, growth of both…all are stronger than Asian countries and the EU, as well as most of the | Read More »
Who won the debate? Vote in the online polls!
So one Town Hall meeting/debate down, one more to go.While you’re online reading the post-debate spin, why not click in your support for the candidate you think did the best in the online polls around the internet?These things are not scientific, and they really shouldn’t matter, but we don’t know if they do. The less well-read voter is definitely going to glance at the online | Read More »
Updated: Express your opinion in the online polls–who won the VP debate?
(Updated at 12:30 am Friday after the debate…sorry about the couple of bad links, guys!)Gov. Palin did us proud! While you’re clicking around reading the spin…why not express your opinion of who won in those Biden-heavy e-polls?No one can say that this will make a huge difference, but I would suggest that the ranking of candidate performance in these unscientific polls pulls more emotional weight | Read More »
Serious cause for concern about bias in VP debate moderated by Gwen Ifill
Can anyone explain to me how this clear conflict of interest doesn’t matter? I am bewildered.Here’s why.The banner on Drudge right now reports that the VP Debate Moderator, Gwen Ifill, is releasing an “Age of Obama” book on Inauguration Day. Here’s a link to the article on WorldNetDaily.Doesn’t that make it obvious that Ms. Ifill will have a financial interest in one of the candidates | Read More »
Smarmy George Stephanopoulos
Senator McCain had originally planned to attend a Town Hall Meeting in Columbus, OH, this Sunday morning; it was to be hosted by ABC’s Meet the Press and moderated by George Stephanopoulos.Due to the ongoing negotiations toward a solution to the nation’s financial crisis, Sen. McCain has returned to DC. ABC announced that the Town Hall had been cancelled, and McCain will be the lead | Read More »
Vote on who won the debate…Kossites are thronging the polls
Here’s a list of polls where RedStaters can vote on who won the debate. It seems that our lovely friends on the other side of the internet at DailyKos have sent their minions to swarm these polls. Perhaps we could do our share?Vote at AOLVote at DrudgeVote at NewsvineVote at MSNBCVote at Chicago TribuneVote at Atlanta Journal-ConstitutionVote at Michigan LiveVote at Rocky Mountain NewsVote at | Read More »
Obama is guilty “not by association but by participation”
Today in the Wall Street Journal, Stanley Kurtz has released the long-awaited next chapter in the reporting on what connection Sen. Obama has had with radical “reformer” (and domestic terrorist) Bill Ayers. You will find Kurtz’s story in the Wall Street Journal here. There is more of his commentary available at the National Review Online here.Both are worth a read. (Incidentally, the NRO article includes | Read More »
What place does racism have in this race?
Once in a while, we all would probably admit that we find some in our midst on the right who does not seem to agree on the priorities in our country, our government, or this campaign. Today I ran into a sickening example of racism from what I assume is the right, and I thought it deserved stamping out here.Have you already heard about the | Read More »
Inspiring story: a baby born alive through abortion, told by that baby herself, 31 yrs later
In case you haven’t had a chance to hear this incredible woman’s story, which she told to an audience in Australia on Sept. 8, 2008, I strongly encourage you to spend 16 minutes to hear her via these two YouTube videos:Gianna Jessen’s story, part 1Gianna Jessen’s story, part 2I know that abortion may be the last topic that voters may feel comfortable discussing, especially in | Read More »