While The Left *Unites* A War Winds Down
PM Maliki announced agreement on a security pact with the United States to end any foreign military presence in Iraq by the end of 2011. This is excellent news no matter which side of the Iraq divide you consider yourself to be on. Excellent because the Iraqis now consider themselves ready to confront their own challenges with no outside assistance. What remains to be seen, | Read More »
Dear Dems – Thank you for picking Biden – Love, Repubs
To : the Democratic Party, the Obama Campaign team CC : the Treason Media, Hollywood elites, Western Europeans, Al Queda, Al Jazeera, the nutroots, Hugo Chavez, Kim Jong Il, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, and a special shout out to Vlad ‘when I look in his eyes I see KGB’ Putin To all :
Are we starting to see a patern here?
Earlier today I posted a blog about how Obama advisers are openly admitting to their plans to exploit Beau Biden’s upcoming overseas deployment in October. It’s part of our narrative and we’re going to milk it for all it’s worth,” says one of the Obama advisers. “Republicans would do the same.“ “Republicans would do the same.” This line jumped out at me, mostly because well, | Read More »
More Dem “unity!” in Denver
I know, Barry has a lot of mentors. Well, Illinois Senate President Emil Jones is an erstwhile Obama mentor. (I think Barry let him keep the name tag, and he might have gotten a pocket watch.) Jones referred to Hillary’s delegates as “Uncle Toms.” From the Associated Press: Chicago political consultant [and Hillary delegate] Delmarie Cobb says Jones made the remarks Saturday night while discussing | Read More »
If not Hillary, then why not Richardson?
Presumptive Democrat presidential nominee Barack Obama has chosen, and his selection of Sen. Joe Biden for the ticket’s second spot has not helped his faltering campaign:
Shouldn’t Bill cry Sooey! for a Bull Hawg Party?
By Mike DeVine, Legal Editor for The Minority Report and The HinzSight Report The only Democrat to be re-elected President since FDR is scheduled to speak at the Democratic National Convention this week. When he does, he will be speaking to possibly the largest gathering ungrateful beneficiaries in modern American political history and in world history since Winston Churchill last addressed the British Parliament. Why | Read More »
That’s all I hear from Democrats, “Out of touch”, “Only for the rich” Early this morning on Face The Nation Governors Kathleen Sebelius(D-KS) and Ed Rendell(D-PA), along with Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr(D-IL). talked about John McCain and his many houses “problem” They said that showed John McCain to be out of touch with the American people. What really annoyed me was not the fact they | Read More »
At Least Hitler Was Straightforward About What He Wanted
Substitute ‘Democrats’ for ‘National Socialists’, ‘conservative’ for ’30’ and ‘American’ for ‘German’ and you basically have the what a lot of the current Democratic leadership won’t say, but probably believe.
Geography enthusiasts who watched the big Obama-Biden rally in Springfield, Illinois, yesterday were probably a bit curious to hear the town of Scranton, Pennsylvania, mentioned so often in relation to a man from Delaware. Together, Sen. Obama and Sen. Biden mentioned the town five times. Joe Biden has roots in Scranton. He was born there in 1942. But Joe Biden hasn’t lived in Scranton since | Read More »
Obama/Biden Ticket: Like Christmas for GOP
So Barack Obama finally unveiled his VP choice earlier today in Springfield. It was…wait for it, wait for it…..surprise! Senator and former 0-2 Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden of Delaware. Joe Biden? That’s the big news? Joe Biden? The guy who said Obama wasn’t ready to be president? The guy who said:“The presidency doesn’t have on the job training” when he talked about Barack Obama’s | Read More »
A One-Term Pledge: Pointless
Recently, there has been some talk about John McCain potentially offering a one-term Presidency pledge. I, and the term-limiting Twenty-Second Amendment to the Constitution, think that such a thing is ridiculous and unnecessary. The last real vow of a one-term Presidency was taken by James K. Polk in 1844. Similar to John McCain in 2008, Polk emerged as the unlikely nominee because his party could | Read More »
In an Obama Administration, This Child Would be Dead
In an Obama administration, this would be just another useless life. Spared from the vestiges of undesirable existence, conveniently eliminated, removed from a life of divined medical dependency or prescient physical deformity; it matters not. The basic premise of elimination carries forethought that creation of life carries no significant importance when contrasted against the whims and proclivities of man. I am reminded that Obama said; | Read More »
Electricity More Expensive for Tennesseans Thanks to Democrats
The invaluable Michael Silence gets the hat tip this morning! He links to a Knoxville News Sentinel story reporting that, effective October 1st, TVA is increasing rates. Remember this post when you vote this November! ‘20%: TVA Board Approves Largest Rate Hike in Decades’ not only tells us the hike is coming, it tells us what rising TVA expense is behind it. Customers can expect | Read More »
SECRETARY OF STATE CERTIFIES PEOPLE’S VETO PETITIONS
New taxes on beverages and health care claims to be on November 4 ballot. AUGUSTA, Maine – Maine people will have the last word on $75 million of new taxes on beverages and health care claims, now that Secretary of State Matt Dunlap today certified that the Fed Up With Taxes/YES on 1 coalition submitted more than enough signatures to put the issue to a | Read More »
Bureau of Elections fails to describe RMGN in 100 words (but will 129 do?)
Cross-posted on Right Michigan at www.RightMichigan.com. I give Chris Thomas and the team at the Michigan Bureau of Elections a heck of a lot of credit. It really is a fantastic department they’ve got over there… well run, professional, courteous, always on-time. Good guys. Yesterday they did what they’re paid to do, verifying signatures and working out, as best they could, a way to describe | Read More »