Obama’s Arrogance and The World Series; Get Mad Baseball Fans

    People should make a stink over Obama’s half hour infomercial. This is another example of Obama’s arrogance and sense of self-importance that could backfire. Obama’s half hour infomercial is scheduled to push game six of the World Series back tomorrow. Philadelphia fans are fanatic over their baseball team. Philadelphia is a four sport town that has not won a championship in decades and they are | Read More »

    Obama’s Arrogance and The World Series; Get Mad Baseball Fans

    People should make a stink over Obama’s half hour infomercial. This is another example of Obama’s arrogance and sense of self-importance that could backfire. Obama’s half hour infomercial is scheduled to push game six of the World Series back tomorrow. Philadelphia fans are fanatic over their baseball team. Philadelphia is a four sport town that has not won a championship in decades and they are | Read More »

    Song of Himself

    Ever since then Governor Bill Clinton answered the “boxers or briefs” question, presidential campaigns have from time to time become pre-occupied with pop-culture questions designed to demonstrate the candidate’s hipness. Generally, they are harmless curiosities, even if they may actually provide some small subset of barely sentient voters a reason to support or oppose a particular candidate. But sometimes a candidate’s answer to the iPod | Read More »

    Today’s “Media looking for a pony in there somewhere” video clip…

    …comes to us courtesy of Hot Air. Interesting to see how they couldn’t find one at all, at all: Just for the record: no, this is not a good sign for the Obama campaign. And also for the record: the reason why there’s no reaching across the aisle at this point might have something to do with the fact that for the last eight years | Read More »


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