Dr. Land speaks out on Palin’s upcoming granddaughter.
Via The Brody File, a statement from a Dr. Richard Land, who is the President of the Southern Baptist Convention’s Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission on the Palin pregnancy matter. I understand that this particular individual’s opinion might be somewhat relevant to a few of you? “This is the pro-life choice. The fact that people will criticize her for this shows the astounding extent to | Read More »
Yeah, but if we were really enthused about Palin, it’d have been *57* million.
Not to pile on – OK, that’s a lie – but $10 million in three days and (via Constant Reader wsjreader) $47 million for August… Hold on a second. $47 MILLION IN AUGUST. …suggests that Josh Green’s suggestion of a lack of enthusiasm among the GOP for Palin is perhaps just the slightest bit exaggerated. Just the slightest.
I have to disagree with Allahpundit on this one.
He thinks that this is a smart ad: …because it doesn’t mention Governor Sarah Palin by name. I think that it doesn’t mention Governor Palin by name because the Obama campaign didn’t have the slightest idea that she was in the running, let alone that she was getting the nod. If you think that’s unlikely, let me remind you that the DNC didn’t even think | Read More »
Palin thoughts, a day later.
But really quickly: I’m juggling baby and last-minute travel stuff. On the Right: McCain’s pick has energized and pleased Republicans, particularly conservative ones. Yes, yes, there’s all sorts of people trying to say otherwise, usually by reading off emails purporting to be from disgruntled members of the GOP. Alas for them, McCain’s people reported that they received $3 million dollars in six hours yesterday, with | Read More »
Moe did a Happy Dance in the NJT rest stop at 12:30 PM.
First off: bring it, Democrats. Contribute to McCain Victory 2008 (UPDATE: as I understand it, that link still works after Thursday: it’s the same sort of shared-fundraising system that the DNC is using to inflate its monthly totals.) Second: It’s a fascinating thing, really. For the last few months, the overwhelming theme that we’ve heard from the Democrats is that we are lost: that we | Read More »