America – Are you ready for Socialism 101
The other day I received an email from a young lady, who said, “so what if Obama believes in Socialism, I really don’t know anything about Socialism, but I like Barack Obama?” How many people out there in our Nation are saying the same thing – they don’t know what Socialism means, but if it’s a new fad, they’re all for it! This isn’t a | Read More »
Careless with the Constitution
George Will, in his continuing efforts to protect the Washington establishment from the prospects of a McCain/Palin assault on Beltway politics, used his editorial space five days prior to a national election to launch another assault on the Republican ticket. In the column, which can be found here, Mr. Will asks, “Did McCain, who seems to think that Palin’s never having attended a ‘Georgetown cocktail | Read More »
Yet More Evidence That This Race Is Not Over
Rasmussen: The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Wednesday shows Barack Obama attracting 50% of the vote nationwide while John McCain earns 47%. This is the first time McCain has been within three points of Obama in more than a month and the first time his support has topped 46% since September 24 (see trends). One percent (1%) of voters prefer a third-party option | Read More »
Americans now trust McCain on the economy
Bill O’Reilly says tomorrow Rasmussen will release a poll saying Americans now trust McCain on the economy. Watch the video: Will Joe the Plumber enable McCain to accomplish what even the Clinton’s could not?
Mr. McCain defend yourself.
Barack Obama is constantly telling voters that John McCain is as responsible for the economic meltdown as George Bush is. It’s time to fight that charge and use it against Obama as proof of his inexperience. In these last six days John McCain has to point out again and again and again that the economic crisis is world wide. So far,he has failed to emphasize | Read More »
Barney Frank: McCain Is Racist and Gaycist For Quoting Me
For a guy who loves to talk and loves to be on TV, House Financial Services Committee Chairman Barney Frank sure is touchy about having his own words from a national TV interview quoted: “Here’s what he said, my friends, and I quote, ‘focus on an immediate increase in spending,’ we should take him at his word,” McCain went on. “And when he says there | Read More »
I LOVE PUMAS!
I sometimes visit the PUMA websites Hillbuzz and HillaryClintonForum.net as I imagine some of you do. Unlike the liberal Republican weak knees and, the so called, conservative pundits who give up before a shot is fired, PUMAS are optimists. They don’t waiver in their support of McCain. They roll up their sleeves and walk the walk. They also put their money where their mouth is | Read More »
The Liberal “Wild” Card is the “Race” Card
There are a bunch of things that I want to address in this post regarding racism in this political season, so I will try my hardest to point things out and not ramble on and on. If the candidates were playing poker with the race card, Obama would have a royal flush.
Obama’s current numbers are his best case
An interesting memo from the McCain campaign this morning confirms what I have suspected for the last couple of weeks: mainly, that Obama’s polling numbers reflect all that he can expect to get on election day. Not a lot of time for me to completely explain the analysis here, so here’s the quick-and-dirty version. The campaign’s memo cites as support for this the historic difference | Read More »
Rasmussen’s Good News for McCain
A number of bloggers are commenting on the narrowing of Barack Obama’s edge in the polls, confirmed in the latest Rasmussen survey. What’s interesting in today’s Rasmussen report however, is what you see when you read their summary: The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Wednesday shows Barack Obama attracting 50% of the vote nationwide while John McCain earns 47%. This is the first | Read More »
John McCain, Joe Biden and The Integrity Gap (Part III of III)
III. John McCain: The Zeal of the Convert Given the length and public nature of John McCain’s career on the national stage, I won’t go here through his record in the depth that I explored those of Gov. Palin and Sen. Obama. But I will lay out a number of examples that show the sharp contrast between McCain’s approach to situations calling for integrity and | Read More »
Seen those trends?
The polls narrow. And the McCain campaign claims ownership of the last 96 hours of this campaign season. In fact, among undecided voters, the largest portion is now solidifying who will get the vote. And the Obama “spread the wealth” stuff and the LA Times video suppression are just helping ratify minds as the polls narrow. Here’s what’s fun. Let’s assume the worst case scenario. | Read More »
McCain/Palin’s Pre-Rebuttal to the Infomerical
You can’t blame us for noticing. Anyway, here it is: …and it is telling that I feel safe enough to say that the semantic content of this thirty-second ad is going to be roughly about as high as that of said thirty-minute infomercial. This is not a compliment to the latter. Moe Lane PS: Unlike Hot Air’s comments’ section, I actually like the “yet.” As | Read More »
HEY TROLLS, READ IT AND WEEP!
The Free Trade Presidential Candidate
Indisputably, it is McCain. And indisputably, that is to McCain’s credit. In tough economic times, this consideration should factor mightily in the voting booth. Or do people now think that Smoot-Hawley was a good idea to embrace during an economic slowdown?