Bring It Meat…
Democrats are truly in a no win situation. It looks like it’s game on for the Nuclear Option or reconciliation process to pass Obamacare. Obama is going to lay down his smack, Bring it on, I say. Should we decry this action… this breach of both etiquette and of the rules of the Senate? Of course… Should we fear this… this vile act or the | Read More »
Isn’t this just the cutest little anti-McCain attack ad in the world?
This is what they’re spending your money on, Democrats: …a whiny attack ad that turns a blogger from the Washington Monthly into a CBS representative (as Hot Air notes, by that standard NRO qualifies as a CBS rep, too). Yeah, guys: just remind the American people that the media’s in the tank for Obama. That should work out real swell – but just ignore Kaus | Read More »
RIP: New Tone, 2005-2008.
The text of the President’s RNC speech goes below the fold, because it’s pretty long. We put this bit above, though, for a very simple reason: Fellow citizens: If the Hanoi Hilton could not break John McCain’s resolve to do what is best for his country, you can be sure the angry left never will. (Bolding mine) John McCain is not the only one whose | Read More »
“I thought he said the wives were off-limits.”
Everybody reading this knows that nothing is off-limits to a Democratic campaign machine determined to get their guy elected. But the gloves are well and truly off.
The NRCC takes the hint.
But better late than never. And like Ed, I like calling this “the not-quite-in-motion picture” Congress is going to be a bear this go-round. No way to get around it. But, heck, the NRCC at least looks like that it’s going to go down swinging. So… stick and carrot, you know what I mean?
Hi, Nancy! Do you *really* want to play chicken over energy policy?
Remember that the more annoyingly obstructionist and anti-regulatory the GOP is in the House, the more we the GOP base love them for it (something that the Senate GOP’s already noted). Which makes this short video about your disinclination to settle drilling before the August break (courtesy of the NRCC, and said group seems to have gotten the hint on this topic, at least), kind | Read More »