200,000 questionable ballots in Ohio.
All of this H/T AoSHQ, by the way. Anyway, in reverse order: Michelle Malkin has the details about the Vote from Home idiots, a bunch of whom took the time to get absentee ballots that they didn’t have a right to have while engaging in voter registration fraud in Ohio. Yes, I think that being caught committing actual voter fraud pretty much eliminates any hope | Read More »
I say that Rahm Emanuel (D, IL-5) is lying about his prior knowledge of Tim Mahoney’s (D, FL-16) crime.
I’m sorry, but I’m not a Democrat: the mushroom treatment doesn’t work on me. So when a Democratic politician attempts to lie his way out of trouble, I get peeved. Let’s walk through this. Gateway Pundit reported last month that Tim Mahoney (D, FL-16) was involved in a sex scandal in which he paid off a former mistress, allegedly using campaign funds. That is, by | Read More »
Missouri on the ACORN Case.
Here we go again: Missouri officials suspect fake voter registration KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Officials in Missouri, a hard-fought jewel in the presidential race, are sifting through possibly hundreds of questionable or duplicate voter-registration forms submitted by an advocacy group that has been accused of election fraud in other states. Charlene Davis, co-director of the election board in Jackson County, where Kansas City is, said | Read More »
Wall Street Journal: Shine a Light In Chris Dodd’s (D-CT) eyes!
We’ll get to that chain in a second, but read the article first: Dodd and Countrywide The Senator should take the witness stand Former Lehman Brothers CEO Dick Fuld was under oath Monday when he was grilled on Capitol Hill about his role in the current financial meltdown. But if Members really want to understand the credit mania, they should also call Chris Dodd. The | Read More »
The New York Post counts 15 states where ACORN’s been doing vote fraud.
Triggered by reports about the Democratic Party ally ACORN’s behavior in Ohio, this time (H/T: PolitickerOH: Vote-Fraud-A-Go-Go Let every vote count, is the Democratic Party’s mantra these days. That slo gan might better be: Let every vote count as often as we need to win. Such, at any rate, are the tactics of ACORN, Barack Obama’s favorite “community organizers,” and its Project Vote – of | Read More »
ACORN: We’re too incompetent to avoid committing election fraud!
It’s an ACORN sort of day, apparently. The Democrat-affiliated group is claiming basic incompetence as a defense against its odd habit of being the subject of voter-fraud probes (H/T: Thurber’s Thoughts): Voter-registration can’t be totally fraud-free, group says Voter-registration group cites lack of resources A national voter-registration group admitted to Cuyahoga County election officials Tuesday that it cannot eliminate fraud from its operation. The group | Read More »
Hey, they indicted that Democrat who hacked Palin’s email!
Caleb Howe has the details about David Kernell. Please remember: there is no indication at this time that Tennessee Democrat Mike Kernell (the father of David Kernell) was involved in this felonious assault on Sarah Palin. Likewise, at this moment there is no indication that David Kernell enlisted or accepted the help of any other Democrat or Democratic organization in his alleged crime. Right now | Read More »
Racist Democrats may cost Obama the election
The Associated Press speculates that if Barack Obama loses this upcoming election, racism may be the factor the factor which tips the balloting toward John McCain. That racism, they assert, will have been exhibited by Democrats against a Democrat. This theory is based on a Yahoo-AP poll: [A]n AP-Yahoo News poll … found one-third of white Democrats harbor negative views toward blacks — many calling | Read More »
It means something like “Every man for himself.”
Then I heard an all-hands call on my helmet that I never want to hear again. “Sauve qui peut! Home! Home! Pickup and home! Any beacon that you can hear. Six minutes! All hands, save yourselves, pick up your mates. Home on any beacon! *Sauve qui – *“ I hurried. Robert Heinlein, Starship Troopers, page 110 Why am I quoting that book? Oh, no reason: | Read More »
Where is Hillary Clinton?
Since Obama’s coronation and McCain’s bold selection of Governor Sarah Palin as his VP choice we’ve seen worse and more blatant misogynism than ever thrown at Clinton during the primary. Obama’s cult following, nutroots gangs, and media have savaged Palin and her family with derogatory, sexist, and vicious rants that have no place in any public or private conversation, much less as part of the | Read More »
Inside Obama’s Greek Temple
Via Jonah Goldberg, we get this exclusive look inside the planning session for Sen. Barack Obama’s Greek temple set from which he will accept the Democratic Party nomination. “Can I raise a practical question at this point? Are we doing Stonehenge tonight?”
DNC Wrap-Up Day Two: It’s Hillary’s Convention Now
The second night of the Democratic National Convention prior to Sen. Hillary Clinton’s speech was nearly as unmemorable as day one. And an interesting pattern has emerged in all of the main speakers’ remarks. Barack Obama is an accessory, an add-on, a superfluous reference tucked in on the end of a litany of the speaker’s accomplishments and beliefs. There is almost no discussion of the | Read More »
DNC Wrap-up: Day One a Waste
The first night of the Democratic National Convention is (mercifully) over, and even for a political junkie, this was difficult to watch. The after show reviews are coming in and a consensus appears to be building that this was a wasted night. CNN’s David Gergen was the first to remark on this around 9 PM Eastern. “We’re two hours into this and so far, nothing | Read More »
Zogby: Little Support for 3rd Party Candidates
A new poll from Zogby/World Net Daily that included five names in addition to those of Republican John McCain and Democrat Barack Obama finds little support for third party candidates. Obama came on top in the poll with 38.1% and McCain had 33.6%. The third place finisher in this poll was “undecided” with 21.3% followed by 7.3% who said they were not going to vote | Read More »
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“This is the strongest [proabortion] platform that the Democratic Party has ever produced”
Apparently, the proabortion wing of the Democratic Party is thrilled (see 4:17 to 5:35) with the “compromise language” crafted by folks like Professor Kmiec.