Someone should ask Russ Feingold about the privacy of Americans

    Earlier this year, Sen. Russell Feingold issued a statement to denouce warrantless surveillance of Americans. In part, he said That is why on the Senate floor, I joined with Senator Webb and Senator Tester earlier this year to offer an amendment to provide real protections for the privacy of Americans. There were (allegedly) very real violations of the privacy of an American in Holland, | Read More »

    Putting a Charge Into Sign Thieves

    Podcast Show Notes A McCain supporter electrifies his sign after getting tired of sign thefts. The invasion of the Joe the Plumber’s privacy is more extensive than first reported. (Hat Tip: Hot Air.) Obama’s campaign intentionally avoids security checks that could prevent fraudulent donations. (Hat Tip: Hot Air.) Obama’s tax plan doesn’t add up according to CBS News. (Hat Tip: Instapundit.) Exit poll of Americans | Read More »

    The Best Answer To A Question Is An Attack On The Questionnaire For Democrats

    “A plumber is the guy he is fighting for!” As the crowd laughs, one thing is apparent, Obama is an elitist and his supporters (at least in that crowd) are hypnotized by stupidity.

    Government Computers Used to Probe Joe the Plumber Background

    Has anyone else noticed this item reported by the Columbus Dispatch which is now on the Drudge Report? The Attorney General spokesperson is playing Sgt. Schultz. They are trying to determine where this all came from. Supposedly records show that this was a “test account” assigned to the “information technology section” of the Attorney General’s office but this spokesperson declined to provide details.Information was pulled | Read More »

    Democrats Abuse Government To Go After Joe the Plumber

    A couple of weeks ago, Michael Barone wrote Obama supporters who found the campuses congenial and Obama himself, who has chosen to live all his adult life in university communities, seem to find it entirely natural to suppress speech that they don’t like and seem utterly oblivious to claims that this violates the letter and spirit of the First Amendment. In this campaign, we have | Read More »

    The big “O” stands for “Orwell”

    “Gosh, I don’t know how they got in, it must have been one of those pesky test accounts…” This should chill to the bone and Sarah (I don’t think Mac will do it) should beat Big Brother Obama up one coast and down the other with it. Or just give it to Biden, he’ll eat anything… (I don’t post much – you folks say | Read More »

    Joe the Plumber’s Information Accessed by Government Computers!

    The Columbus Dispatch is reporting that Joe’s information was possibly accessed by state and law-enforcement computer systems. Information on Wurzelbacher was accessed by accounts assigned to the office of Ohio Attorney General Nancy H. Rogers, the Cuyahoga County Child Support Enforcement Agency and the Toledo Police Department. It has not been determined who checked on Wurzelbacher, or why. Direct access to driver’s license and vehicle | Read More »

    Joe the Plumber for Congress?

    I think I am supposed to be skeptical, react to this like I did when Donato Dalrymple said he might seek higher office. But no, listening to the man speak, Joe Wurzelbacher is for real. He told radio talker and fellow cancer survivor Laura Ingraham today that he might run for Congress in 2010. Against Ohio Democrat Marcy Kaptur. Ingraham herself said she would immediately | Read More »

    Trick or Treating Obama Style

    New poll: Voters not ready for socialism

    (h/t to PaRep) A new poll was released today by ATI-News/Zogby that looks into the question of whether or not the electorate is interested in “redistributing the wealth”. CNBC reports on this poll here. The last time this question was asked was back in June when Gallup touched on question and found the following: PRINCETON, NJ — When given a choice about how government should | Read More »

    The Best Line in the 2008 Ads

    Via McCain’s new ad: “Obama wants my sweat to pay to pay for his trillion dollars in new spending.” I love the way this guy delivers that line: If you are not focused on: McCain’s tax, spending and economic policy; Sarah Palin’s magnetism; Joe the Plumber’s populist appeal; Joe Biden’s dunderhead comment about crisis; REAL issues of Obama’s ideology and character; or The GOTV effort | Read More »

    The Forgotten Man

    Those folks lucky enough to have benefitted from a 19th century education sure had a way with words. Take this quote from William Graham Sumner: “They are always under the dominion of the superstition of government, and forgetting that a government produces nothing at all, they leave out of sight the first fact to be remembered in all social discussion — that the state cannot | Read More »

    Joe the Plumber Hero Fund

    Joe the Plumber Hero Fund Rush told us today that Joe the Plumber cannot get work. It is horrible that in our Free country, that a man can have his ability to make a living destroyed simply because the Messiah walked down his street and he wasn’t afraid to ask a hard question. We are going to collect money for him through Election day and | Read More »

    Why Joe The Plumber Is an Ungrateful Bastard

    Everyone knows by now that Joe the Plumber asked the most sizzling question of the 2008 campaign- how will Obama’s tax policy affect small business? This question was infinitely better than anything asked in any of the debates, their high priced moderators notwithstanding. Predictably, the MSM and lefty blogs, suspecting lèse majesté, went after him and all of a sudden it was Trash Joe Week. | Read More »

    Stay on message – redistribution of wealth

    McCains’ campaign is still lacking a focused message. Davis is thinking of using wright again. HELLO! pick a message and stick to it! *The “spreading the wealth”, “redistribution of wealth” seems to be the most effective message thus far. * McCain should be emailing every journalist/blogger about the many examples of Obama’s “redistribution of wealth”. his past housing policy and failure current housing policy his | Read More »