The Moment All the Doubts About Romney Resurfaced on the Right
Priorities USA was damaging itself and Barack Obama over its mind numbingly insane ad painting Mitt Romney as a killer. Then the Romney campaign decided to sabotage itself with a mind numbingly bit of spin that may mark the day the Romney campaign died. Defending Romney and combatting the ad, Romney spokesman Andrea Saul . . . let’s go to the quotes “To that point, | Read More »
The Ghost of Ted Kennedy Speaks
Another awesome hit from Steven Crowder.
Obama’s Unicorn of Hope and Change Died Under the Weight of Ted Kennedy’s Ego
In Massachusetts, Barack Obama’s unicorn of hope and changed died under the weight of Ted Kennedy’s ego. The left gets angry when it is pointed out, but it is an objective fact. Once Kennedy’s condition became terminal, he could have resigned his seat in favor of an appointment or special election. Instead, the Democrats and Kennedy decided he should martyr himself to advance socialized medicine | Read More »
My Working Theory on Brown v. Coakley: Democrats Want Brown to Win
Clayton (you guys remember him, right?) suggested this and I think he is right. My working theory of the Massachusetts race is that a lot of Democrats desperately want Scott Brown to win. From Blanche Lincoln to Ben Nelson to Evan Bayh, they are privately praying Scott Brown cleans Martha Coakley‘s clock. Now they won’t admit it in public, but they know if Brown wins, | Read More »
The Story The Media Is Missing Because It Does Not Fit Their Narrative
Let’s admit there is media bias. We know there is despite the best efforts of some on the left to deny it. I cannot tell you the number of reporters at major networks and newspapers who will, in private moments, admit there is a real bias. In most cases it is not an intentional bias. It is a product of being largely highly educated, liberally | Read More »
A Couple of Points
1. If Scott Brown pulls very close to Coakley or wins on Tuesday, does that not kill the stupid little argument Obama has been trotting out that the Democrats need to pass health care deform to rally the Democratic base? I mean, if health care hangs in the balance by this one campaign, you’d think of all the people in America, the Massachusetts voters would | Read More »
Who Exactly Is Bought And Paid For By Washington?
Check out this video. Martha Coakley is attacking Scott Brown as being bought and paid for by Washington Republicans including George Bush, who does not live there. Meanwhile, half the health care industry showed up at a Martha Coakley fundraiser in Washington to buy her. “I hope they all use lobbyists to raise money,” said one. Well, the only one who is for sure is | Read More »
Meehan ADMITS He Shoved McCormack
Well well. After the media carrying Martha Coakley‘s water for an entire day, claiming that report John McCormack tripped instead of, as McCormack claimed, being shoved to the grown by Coakley aide Michael Meehan, Meehan has now issued an apology for shoving McCormack. Yet again we have the bulk of the mainstream media carrying a Democrat’s water and buying wholesale their spin. Will the AP | Read More »
Martha Coakley Saw Nothing
Consider this an open thread.
Doug Flutie Endorses Scott Brown
Excellent news, although it is rather buried in this video.
What are the DNC and DSCC Seeing That We Aren’t?
Coming on the heels of Martha Coakley saying Scott Brown’s surge is “frightening”, I’m hearing tonight that the DNC and DSCC have rapidly deployed senior aids to Massachusetts to try to get the Coakley campaign under control and course corrected. Internal polling on the Democrat side suggests that Brown has pulled to within the margin of error and public polls are reflecting this. The Democrats | Read More »
Democrats are Worried in Massachusetts
First read Moe. Then know that I’ve got more and more people telling me the Democrats are actually worried about Scott Brown now. We have to be careful though. This race is going to be won or lost on Massachusetts issues. Gov. Patrick is not exactly popular right now. There are other issues up there. Our temptation is going to be to make it a | Read More »
The Republican Unicorns and Reality
Remember 2000? Bush spent a good bit more in resources in California than any sane person thought prudent. He lost California. Republicans have, for a long time, been losing California. Ahnuld (writing it this way so I don’t have to look up the proper spelling of his last name) has largely been a fluke. He came to power in 2003 during the Gray Davis debacle | Read More »
Michael J. Rodrigues Escapes the Taxes He Helped Impose
This is great reporting. A Westport lawmaker who voted to hike the state sales and alcohol taxes was spotted brazenly piling booze in his car – adorned with his State House license plate – in the parking lot of a tax-free New Hampshire liquor store, the Herald has learned. Ad yes, this is worth a front page post. Rodriques voted to raise taxes on people | Read More »
Rep. Capuano’s Newspeak for Censorship
As the Obama candidacy gains momentum, we should all become more accustomed to “newspeak.” Out is the word “censorship” to be replaced with the phrase “freedom of speech.” The former phrase “freedom of speech’ will be prohibited except in classical texts until such texts can be reprinted wherein all references to actual free speech will be deleted. That, of course, seems the natural progression from | Read More »