So what? and So what?
I shed no tears over the Powell endorsement. He is the wimpiest, most indecisive general we’ve had in my lifetime (back to Korean War) and a turncoat in the Bush administration, and to Republicans in general. And to you democrats who wish to gloat about this decision, how can you call him an “Uncle Tom” while he’s serving in one of the two loftiest positions | Read More »
Newspaper Group’s Editorial Endorsement of John McCain
This is part one of a three-part editorial endorsement for Sen. John McCain for president that was carried in all three newspapers in Wharton County, Texas: the El Campo Leader-News, the Wharton Journal-Spectator, and the East Bernard Express. Part one of the endorsement explores economic policy. Part two will explore the national security basis for the endorsement, and part three will explore each candidate’s personal | Read More »
Louis Farrakhan: Obama The Messiah
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OowxMcVTjTE Someone please correct link for this. For whatever reason I can never do it right on this site McCain needs to get this ad out pronto or 547 group. The Messiah?
An endorsement bonanza for McCain-Palin
Promoted from diaries. I’d also like to note something that Geraghty did: no Republican candidate since 1980 has won the Presidency without the endorsement of the NRA. True, there were only two (Bush in ’92; Dole in ’96), but it was still a necessary hurdle for McCain to cross. – Moe Lane Today the McCain-Palin team raked in a bonanza of endorsements. According to conventional | Read More »
Following are excerpts from a public address delivered by Libyan Leader Mu’ammar Al-Qadhafi marking the anniversary of the U.S. air raid on Libya. The address aired on Al-Jazeera TV on June 11, 2008: Mu’ammar Al-Qadhafi: It has been proven that there is no democracy in [the U.S.]. Rather, it is a dictatorship no different than the dictatorships of Hitler, Napoleon, Mussolini, Genghis Khan, Alexander the | Read More »
Do we care about editorial endorsements?
Every four years, at about this time of year, daily newspapers endorse one candidate for the Presidency or the other, and we know which candidate will be indorsed by what paper. The Seattle Times has editorially endorsed Obama – no surprise – and the New York Times will follow suit. (They have endorsed him in every way but “officially.”) Rupert Murdoch’s New York Post has | Read More »