The Party of Fear
One of the themes Democrats frequently spew is that Republicans use fear to win votes, but I think they really need to take the speck out of their eye before that start pointing at ours. They have the Audacity to make this claim when they are constantly citing crisis after crisis in their rhetoric. They’re the party of crisis. According to them, we’re on the | Read More »
Ohio Dem. Party Chairman Says Americans are Selfish and Against ‘The Least Among Us’
Chris Redfern, the Democratic Party Chairman of Ohio, apparently thinks that Americans are so stingy and selfish that the only way charity work gets done is if government taxes the people to make it happen. In a recent radio interview, Redfern expressed the assumption that “unfortunately most Americans would not” help out the poor. Even worse, Redfern honestly believes that freebies and charity work is | Read More »
DNC Wrap-Up Day Three: Obama Sighted
The Democratic Convention has finally gotten around to discussing the nominee, Sen. Barack Obama. Tonight was a good one for Democrats in general, although the performance of the Vice-Presidential nominee, Sen. Joe Biden, left much to be desired.Credit the Democrats, they managed to turn the Hillary Clinton/Barack Obama nomination controversy into a positive. The roll call of the states provided the backdrop. Sen. Hillary Clinton | Read More »
Did Hillary Clinton Use a Racist Theme In Her DNC Speech?
This was probably totally unintentional, but there have been doubts about the Clintons. I DO NOT say that the Clintons, or that Hillary herself, are/is racist, but to use the following line in her DNC speech when everyone is scrutinizing whether she will support Obama, and everyone is scrutinizing her phraseology in doing so, is, at minimum, a severe lapse in judgment: “And along the | Read More »
Most liberal ticket in 40 years?
Four years ago, Republicans made hay out of the fact that the Democrats had a very liberal presidential ticket:Republicans on Capitol Hill jumped on Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry’s pick of a vice presidential candidate — John Edwards, the junior senator from North Carolina — and zeroed in on the candidates’ liberal ratings, among other things.House Speaker Dennis Hastert said, this is “not a balanced ticket | Read More »
FED UP WITH TAXES LAUNCHES FIRST TELEVISION AD
FED UP WITH TAXES LAUNCHES FIRST TELEVISION ADAUGUSTA, Maine – The Fed Up With Taxes/YES on 1 coalition aired its first television ad last night during the Democratic National Convention. The 30 second ad features Gary Emmons, a small businessman and owner of Exit 26 Quik Stop in Richmond.
Phooey, pig go! Bill Clinton should form Bull Hawg Party [updated]
[This column is a substantially revised version of Shouldn’t Bill cry Sooey! for a Bull Hawg Party?]By Mike DeVine, Legal Editor for The Minority Report and The HinzSight ReportBefore Bill Clinton was elected in 1992, he famously shouted the Arkansas Razorback cheer on Late Night TV: Sooey! Go Pig!The pig needs to eat. But, the only Democrat to be re-elected President since FDR (who is | Read More »
The’re back to the ‘worst president ever’ slogan again
I’m sure most people have seen this already, courtesy of Newsbusters. Looks like they are edging back towards the ‘worst president ever’ slogan that has rung so hollow the past 3 1/2 years. It’s James Carville brining it back up.CARVILLE: “[The Ted Kennedy speech] was a great moment, absolutely. But other stuff was wasted. There was no message that came out of here. Look, this | Read More »
Obama/Biden Forces McCain’s Hand
When Barack Obama tapped Joe Biden as his vice presidential pick on Saturday he forced John McCain’s hand when it comes to his own choice. But not only did he force McCain’s hand he potentially tied his own.John McCain has to pick Bobby Jindal as his vice president. Jindal swipes the “Change” theme right out from under Obama’s feet. Jindal is much newer to the | Read More »
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 teamCC : 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’ PutinTo 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, they haven’t | 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 her support for | 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 ReportThe 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 should Bill | Read More »