David Axelrod is a shameless liar: Claims Owens won running on Obama agenda!!!
Kos touted this quote from David Axelrod on the front page his hate-site: I think as the Blue Dogs welcome their new colleague Congressman Owens and remind themselves that he’s the first Democrat to hold that seat in 140 years, since Ulysses S. Grant, and that he campaigned on the Obama program, they’ll have to say, ‘You know what, we’re onto something here if we | Read More »
I Hope They Listen to Him
Memo to Democrats: Please, oh please listen to and heed E.J. Dionne’s advice from a commentary written for the Washington Compost. In “How to win an election, post-Obama,” Dionne lays out his own warped, convoluted way for Democrats to keep winning. It is so laughable and ignorant that with any luck the left will embrace his strategy to the nth power. Memo to Republicans: Begin | Read More »
No Spin Zone
There are no more spin doctors in the Democratic Party. They are simply dissemblers. They are deliberately making up stories out of thin air to create a firewall protecting their “Dear Leader”. Gone are the days when strategists and party pundits tried to twist the facts to make their side look blameless and righteous, though misunderstood. The race in Virginia is a prime example. From | Read More »
News Flash: Obama Sucks At His Job
Via Drudge, the Telegraph is reporting that Obama’s Poll numbers have dropped farther and faster than any President on record over the last 50 years. Apparently, people think he’s doing a lousy job. The failed and failing Presidency of Barack Obama appears to know no bounds when it comes to showing a lack of leadership, a fundamental inability to understand the plight of the people | Read More »
Democrats – a black revolution is coming – watch out!
I am always looking for things I can share with my neighbors and coworkers, many of whom are people of color, regarding the rightness of conservatism. Here are two excellent recent articles which I will give the links for and quote. Yes, my idealistic self hates that we still even have to even think along color lines, but its a political reality I deal with | Read More »
Three Blind Mice
See how the Democratic gubernatorial candidates run. First, Creigh Deeds, who came within a whisker of beating Bob McDonnell for AG in 2005 is pinning his hopes on his experience as a way to solve the intractable transportation problem: “I’ve been in Richmond for 17 years,” said Deeds, who served in the House of Delegates before the Senate. “I know the process inside and out. | Read More »