Their Sleazy Strategery
So it seems, the Dimbulbs are making amazing strides toward victory in the most recent polls. Apparently, if you poll mostly Democrats, a couple of Republicans, and pretend independent voters are all on life support, you’ll get a closer race. In addition to creating push/polls that ‘prove’ Dimbulbs are gaining momentum, they are beginning with the mudslinging. If you can’t win an argument, then of | Read More »
The Minnesota Push/Poll
‘Oh no’ exploded into my head when I saw today’s headline regarding our governor’s race. How could Daffy Dayton have exploded to a nine point lead over Emmer in one fricking day? That’s just madness. Rasmussen, which had the most reliable and valid polling in the 2008 election, had Emmer up by a point. So how did Emmer lose so much support in such a | Read More »
A Remarkable Story.
From a journalistic standpoint, the meteoric rise and even more startling fall of the giant Democratic socio-Marxist monster combined with the massive uprising of the American people, is being on the front row giving witness to truly historic events. From a political standpoint, it’s the continual efforts in favor of the goal of winning our country back. The greater the estimates I hear regarding the | Read More »
So, This Is How They Roll . . .
I was telling a relative about the post I wrote in regards to Randy Demmer. Interestingly, she had a story to tell about something that recently happened to that Republican candidate at a rally. I’m not sure this is an entirely novel situation, but I think it bears publication. I’ve been wondering what kind of disruptions and tactics the far left political operatives would be | Read More »
The Collectivist Bag of Dirty Tricks
I just wanted to catalog a few of the tactics the collectivists have used in the past couplt of years. I will refrain from citing the more generic ones, such as calling us racists, bigots, Islamophobes, homophobes, sexists, crazies, and the other sundry and constant labels they like to attach to conservatives and Republicans. Instead, I want to list the specific kinds of dirty tricks they | Read More »
Dispatches from the Front: The Queens City Council race.
Francis is far too busy helping candidate Angelo Maragos get elected today to post this stuff, so we’ll be updating these as we go along. First one above the fold: if we’re blessed with a fair, clean election presence from the WFP/ACORN/Democrats, this will be the only one. if not, updates will be under them. Yes, expect to check back often. 6:26 AM: One of | Read More »
Democrats squandering opportunity for self-examination, Obama at another new low
Get used to the term ‘new low’. Obama is at 46%. In a short 7 [ed.] months, Obama and the Democrats have completely busted the gigantic piggy bank of public good will they began with. I won’t recite here their well-chronicled drunken spree of bullying, dishonest, underhanded, bait-and-switch tactics that have served to tank a fragile economy and betray the trust of Americans. Amusingly, while | Read More »
Democrat Mischief in Oregon?
A Senate source informs RS of the following: Democrats in charge of the building where ballots are stored in Portland are trying to get the press to leave the building – they say there is a flood. This is an extremely convenient time to experience a flood. Anyone in Portland have better information of what’s going on? Update: I see Matt Lewis is hearing the | Read More »
Suppressing the Vote in Lancaster County
S has received a tip that an unknown number of voters in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania are receiving phone calls informing them — falsely — that their voting stations have been relocated. At least 3 of the voters who received such calls determined that the information was false, and informed officials of this illegal attempt to prevent them from casting their ballots. The three specific cases | Read More »
Who Is David Axelrod?
In light of the news about David Axelrod’s associates running a smear campaign against Sarah Palin without disclosing it, a New York Times profile of Axelrod from last year becomes more interesting. Who is Axelrod?