Well, well, now we have an impeachment petition for you know who…

    Good Day RedStaters, Just a quick note to share a petition that is gleaning quite a bit of attention today! It is a petition for the Impeachment of Barack Obama. Now at first thought you may think, ya right, but give it a read, we sometimes get so caught up in the latest stunning revelation about this guy, that we forget just how criminal a | Read More »

    Sierra Club Slams McCain for Supporting Sierra Club Agenda

    The Sierra Club has come out with the following attack ad alleging that John McCain is somehow responsible for the run-up in gas prices. (And before you ask, yes — the ad does look like it was made by the team at JibJab): The Sierra Club is also teaming up with the bright minds at MoveOn.org on a similar ad. Sierra Club and MoveOn attack | Read More »

    You’re right Obama, your nothing like those gentlemen on the dollar bills

    Obama was 100% correct when he said he is nothing like the men on the dollar bills. Those were patroits, men of action, principals, character and a whole litany of desireable traits that Obama does not have. His campaign then states that Obama meant having spent a life time in polotics, and that this is what makes him “better”. Well, lets run through those gentlemen | Read More »

    African American protestors heckle Obama

    African American protestors holding a banner reading “What about the black community Obama?” heckled Democratic presidential hopeful Barack Obama in Florida on Friday. Three men stood up as Obama was talking about the economy during a townhall meeting in St Petersburg in Florida, a key battleground state in Obama’s duel with Republican John McCain in November’s election. “What about the black community?” the protestors chanted. | Read More »

    OH Gov Strickland: I can’t win Ohio for Obama

    Strickland: I can’t win Ohio for Obama COLUMBUS – Gov. Ted Strickland (D-Lisbon) said he can’t deliver Ohio for presumptive Democratic nominee Barack Obama on his own. At a press conference following an event supporting the “Clean Ohio” ballot issue Strickland was asked by PolitickerOH.com what he will do to deliver the state to Obama, especially in light of the tightening presidential race shown by | Read More »

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    Whitey need not apply

    Whitey Need Not Apply By Patrick J. Buchanan “Will race be an issue in this campaign?” Hearing the cable talk-show host solemnly pose the question, Icould not suppress a belly laugh. For the anchor was fearful that some white folks might reject Obamabecause he is African-American — even as a Rasmussen poll wasreporting that Barack is beating McCain among black voters 94 to 1.

    In 2002 and 2003: Bad Judgments of Obama about Soon-to-start Iraq War

    In 2002 and 2003, bad judgments of Obama about the soon-to-start Iraq War cast doubt about Obama’s ability to be Commander-In-Chief.

    McCain/Reagan: Taxes, Speakers and the Race Card

    Legal Editor for The Minority and HinzSight Reports By the most basic of criteria, John McCain is running a great campaign. He is defying history by either leading polls or being within the margin of error in July when past Dem losers led by from 7-14 points at this stage.

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    Race issue moves to center of campaign

    Race issue moves to center of campaign Looks like Team McCain is ready to strike back. McCain aides say their goal is to pre-empt what they believe is Obama’s effort to paint any conventional campaign attacks as race-based. Obama’s aim, in the view of the McCain camp: “to delegitimize any line of attack against him,” said McCain aide Steve Schmidt. He said he saw that | Read More »

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    Former Landstuhl Trauma Chief slams Obama’s skipping of tour

    Ouch! The McCain camp released this statement today. Statement On Barack Obama’s Canceled Troop VisitsARLINGTON, VA — Today, Dr. Danny Jazarevic, who served as the Chief of Trauma, Critical Care and Vascular Surgery at Landstuhl, issued the following statement on Barack Obama’s canceled visit to Ramstein and Landstuhl:”Last week, Senator Obama skipped a visit with wounded U.S. troops at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center in Germany | Read More »

    Cool/Smart McCain T-shirt

    www.anovelfate.com We need to show support for McCain by wearing shirts around in support of McCain. The more people see him the more appealing he is to voters. The t-shirt at www.anovelfate.com is my favorite. I started giving them away as gifts because I get so many compliments of the t-shirt when I wear it out jogging or to the grocery store. I urge you | Read More »

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    Barack’s Lousy European Vacation

    If the objective test of the value of Barack Obama’s recent European jaunt is whether or not it helped or hurt his chances of becoming president, it would seem the verdict is in. Intrade shows a steady slide since Barack left the U.S., for a total loss of about 8 percent in the value of a share of Obama as president: Was it the refusal | Read More »

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    Rassmussen confirms Obama is in trouble

    Today’s daily Rassmussen tracking poll shows that Obama has the slightest of edges, well inside the margin of error, and has dropped a point or two from Monday. Obama leads 45% to 43%, or 48% to 46% when including leaners. This confirms the trend noted by Gallup, where the “Berlin Bounce” has disappeared in less than a week. But there is a really interesting statistic | Read More »

    Richard Cohen Test

    Interesting comments athttp://marcambinder.theatlantic.com/archives/2008/07/therichardcohen_test.php. It seems more and more people are attracted to hom because of the campaign he is running. The candidate and the campaign have become one. People are voting for the way the campaign is run. In this case, none of the issues like surge, iraq war, his pastor are not going to matter. If McCain&surrogates want to win the election, it is | Read More »


    Why Obama Really Snubbed Our Injured Troops

    Why Obama Really Snubbed Our Injured Troops Since Obama was so worried about people thinking that visiting our wounded soldiers would be viewed as a political tactic, he chose not to go. Therefore, it is fair to say that Obama is more worried about public perception than doing what is right. Talk about courage. If I voted against funding those who were severely wounded protecting | Read More »