Sarah Palin lies twice in her first speech as a VP candidate
In Governor Sarah Palin’s acceptance speech on August 29, 2008, she said the following: “I told Congress, “Thanks, but no thanks,” on that bridge to nowhere.” But, in October 22, 2006, she said this to the Anchorage Daily News:*”QUESTION: Would you continue state funding for the proposed Knik Arm and Gravina Island bridges? PALIN: Yes. I would like to see Alaska’s infrastructure projects built sooner | Read More »
His list of lies are legion (or 42, at least)
Well, this is my first diary entry on redstate. I’m a longtime reader at redstate, and I just created my own account here at redstate during the recent switch to 3.0. My usual blog is at www.presidentialcandidates08.blog.com. I continue to be impressed by the bloggers in this community. Due to moves I’ve had the past few years, I’ve had the pleasure of voting against Mark | Read More »
For the media so loved John Edwards that they will disparage the other woman.
The media since Edwards’s admission have been nothing if not on the STORY….but the story they are peddling is how a great man like Edwards could be taken in by a tramp like his mistress. Now I am not taking this woman’s side because she knew this letch was married and chose to lay down with him anyway. I could have told her “when you | Read More »
John Edwards lied…
Sometimes the National Enquirer actually gets it right. John Edwards admits that he lied about the affair with Rielle Hunter. Of course he denies paternity of Frances Quinn Hunter, Rielle’s daughter, even though he hasn’t had a paternity test. Guess he’s not in the running for AG anymore, huh?
The ten-year lie
While channel surfing last night, I caught this moveon.org attack ad aimed at GOP nominee in waiting John McCain:
Debunking the latest liberal myth
Liberal myths often quickly become talking points for the Democrats, and even as conservatives punch holes in them, the Left simply patches them up and floats them again. Such is the case with the latest liberal myth/Democrat talking point – that oil companies aren’t drilling on the lands they currently hold: “Big Oil is more interested in pumping up prices and pumping up their own | Read More »
UPDATE: I forgot to mention that in his speech late this morning, Obama tried his best to continue the narrative that BushLied™ about Iraq AND about Afghanistan. BTW, the new line is that limited success in Iraq has come at the cost of real terrorist victories in Afghanistan. He also posited that the Iraqis have failed to unify politically, which he said was the real | Read More »