The Divinity of Obama
This morning on Fox and Friends, a Democrat from PA (Joe Setak I believe) was talking about Obama and his position on Iraq and his trip to Iraq. Apart from the classic babble from the Left, there were two points that stuck out to me. Points to be looked at. Points that are very troubling.
Another Pre-Defense Attack
In an article entitled, “Ohio Attorneys to Assert RICO Claim Against Karl Rove for Orchestrating Theft of 2004 Election” another pre-defense attack is underway.
Tags: 2004 election
, Civil Rights
, Karl Rove
, michael mukasey
, national security
Barack Obama–the Master of Illusion….
Call Barack Obama Houdini, because his campaign is one big magic act. He has created illusion after illusion, and the mainstream media have either, let him get away with it, or in some cases, actively aided and abetted him. Please, allow me to explain. First of all, during the Democratic primary Obama created the illusion, starting in late February, that he was already the nominee | Read More »
, 2008 Election
, Barack Obama
, Democratic Primary
, european vacation
, Hillary Clinton
, media bias
Susan Estrich is Concerned. She ought to be.
Susan Estrich’s latest op-ed gives a bunch of reasons — some more valid than others — why this ought to be a Democrat Year and the Democrat Presidential candidate ought to win in a landslide. But she’s concerned. Very concerned. So how can Newsweek have the race at a dead heat? How come, even in the polls where Obama is leading, his lead is in | Read More »
New York Times Shocker: Only 31% of Whites Have Favorable Opinion of Obama
As a rough estimate, if you believe the country is split 50/50, that means all of the white Republicans and 40% of the white Democrats do not have a favorable opinion of the Democrat nominee. Can you win a presidential election with those numbers? McCain has a 35% favorability rating. The real kicker for Hillary supporters is that their candidate has a favorability of 40% | Read More »
Tags: Barack Obama
, Hillary Clinton
, John McCain
, New York Times
Dear Red State- Congressional Race Anxiety Syndrome
Dear Red State is an advice column for the politically perplexed. We are inclusive, compassionate conservatives, so feel free to differ. After all, the questioner is getting what he/she paid for! Dear Red State: I am feeling very depressed about our Congressional prospects in 2008. Everyone says the GOP is inevitably going to have major losses. This will give Speaker Pelosi and her associates more | Read More »
Mercy Boo Koo Oh Senator Olitist
Last week, Barack expressed his embarrassment that we Americans go to France and cannot utter anything more than Merci beaucoup ( no Barack it does not “mercy on the police”). He laments that sad state of the unwashed in this country. If they would only stop clinging to their guns and their Bibles, they could become more how you say….refined? I know it is hard | Read More »
The problem with Obama’s healthcare plans
Sen. Barack Obama’s healthcare plan cuts a wide path through the current road most Americans take. Besides hoping to expand Medicaid, in a series of recent speeches to Hispanic groups, he moved towards Sen. Hillary Clinton’s plan, hoping to provide a refundable credit of up to 50 percent on premiums paid by small businesses on behalf of their employees. ABC News says, “The Obama campaign | Read More »
Four Freedoms, use, legislation effecting same, and some history.
New Diary entry/blog Focus is on Four Freedoms, use, legislation effecting same, and some history.Extracted from the booklet “Heritage Foundation, 2003 ce, Declaration of Independence, The Constitution of the United States”. US Constitution Amendment 1″Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereof. or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press, or of the right of | Read More »
Oklahoma Election 2008
As we find ourselves with a new look to the blog and in the summer run up to an election, I thought we’d look at the different offices up for bid in Oklahoma. To start: Senate Our Current Senators are James Inhofe and Tom Coburn. Tom Coburn is in office until the 2010 election, so it is Inhofe’s seat up for grabs. Let’s look at | Read More »
Nine Ideas To Jump-Start The McCain Campaign.
Hi all. I was just brainstorming recently on ideas to help boost McCain’s campaign. Inoticed recently he reshuffled his campaign management, mostly due to pressurefrom the RNC (even though he de facto runs the RNC right now!) and from thisidea that he’s essentially wasted the last 3 months when Obama and Hillary havebeen sparring with each other. Anyways, what follows are my 9 thoughts:
Dumb and Dumber [Closed and annotated]
[Folks, please remember that this is a website dedicated to promoting conservative and Republican ideals; it’s not a place to advertise your “new” allegiance to the Libertarian Party and its latest paladin, Bob Who? I’m being nice by merely closing this diary, so take the hint. – Moe Lane In this presidential election, what we have to choose from is a travesty. First, there’s Barack | Read More »
Weeping For Our Future
As I was mowing my yard this morning, a couple of the neighborhood boys came by and said hello. Cute, innocent, 9 & 7 years of age. As I told them about my time in the Navy, they were enthralled, and at the same time, upset. They then proceeded to tell me why not only the Iraq war is wrong, but all war is wrong. | Read More »