Arrogant Freshman Senator

    After watching Obama’s live news conference I can only say this man is not ready to be a dog catcher. He came across arrogant, ill advised, lost and misplaced.The MSM media has “totally” destroyed America’s election process. The MSM media has already has crowned Obama President and today Obama was trying to show them how Presidential he really is. Today, Obama was out of his | Read More »

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    Question for RSers on McCain strategy

    I was finally catching up with Rush on my podcasts, and was listening to his campaign advice to McCain yesterday. He was saying McCain should be giving speeches this week from oil platforms and power plants.

    Rasmussen Ohio: McCain 52%, Obama 42%

    Election 2008: Ohio Presidential Election John McCain has opened a modest lead over Barack Obama in the key swing state of Ohio. The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey in the Buckeye State shows McCain attracting 46% of the vote while Obama earns 40%. Last month and the month before McCain held a insignificant one-point lead over Obama. Seven percent (7%) of voters say they’d prefer | Read More »

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    Barack Obama’s Campaign Add Agency – The MSM

    I have followed politics for my entire adult life. In fact even as an older teen in the early seventies was somewhat of an oddity concerning politics. Not only was I conservative but as a teenager I actually was active in not only following politics but in campaigning for candidates that I was not yet old enough to vote for. In my more than 30 | Read More »

    Obama Would Rather See Failure In Iraq Than Admit He Was Wrong

    Byron York at NROhighlights a breathtaking snippet from Terry Moran’s interview with Obama yesterday: TERRY MORAN: The surge of U.S. troops, combined with ordinary Iraqis’ rejection of both al Qaeda and Shiite extremists have transformed the country. Attacks are down more than 80% nationwide. U.S. combat casualties have plummeted, five this month so far, compared with 78 last July, and Baghdad has a pulse again. | Read More »

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    So much for inevitability

    Cross-posted on Right Michigan at www.RightMichigan.com. Maybe the election isn’t over after all?  A new poll just released by the Detroit News pegs the state of Michigan as an official battleground in this year’s Presidential contest.  Obama 43, McCain 41, Undecided 12 and my boy Ralph Nader, officially a part of “other” comes in at 5 percent.  Margin of error, 4.   In other words | Read More »

    Timelines Do they really work??

    If only we had listened to Obama earlier, the Iraq War could have been over years ago. The press is now reporting the Iraqis want us to leave and Obama wants us to leave. Violence is low. All this occurred because of the proposed time line by Obama looks like it might be implemented. Finally, Bush is going to get something right. As we all | Read More »

    Timelines Do they really work??

    If only we had listened to Obama earlier, the Iraq War could have been over years ago. The press is now reporting the Iraqis want us to leave and Obama wants us to leave. Violence is low. All this occurred because of the proposed time line by Obama looks like it might be implemented. Finally, Bush is going to get something right. As we all | Read More »

    Obama’s Security In The Middle East

    Appearantly, BHO will be meeting with the Palestinians in Ramallah during his Obama-rama Mid-East Tour. Surprise, surprise. BHO is to be transfered by Israeli defense forces to, are you ready for this, the Palestinians themselves outside of Ramallah. It seems as the Palestinian Government has charged the Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigades with providing security for BHO!. Wow, I’m speechless?

    Obama and Maliki

    On one side of withdrawals are Obama and Maliki. On the other are Admirals Fallon and Mullen, and General Petreaus, and John McCain. Now I understand why Maliki is on the side he is. It’s his job to promote Iraqi interests, whether they are long term regional and strategic interests, or short term internal interests (he has spent the last 3-4 months killing thousands of | Read More »

    McCain’s New Energy Ad: “Pump”

    Glass-jaw Obama ought to be changing his position on drilling any day now, announcing (via NYT editorial) that he has always supported more domestic drilling . . .

    Breaking News

    Barack Obama today announced the addition of 3 new appointees to the staff postion of Press Secretary for the Obama Campaign. NBC, ABC, and CBS will join MSNBC, already a member of the Obama Team, during his much anticipated European Tour/Very Serious Visit of That Place Where We’re Fighting a War. When asked why Obama, a candidate for Commander-in-Chief of America’s armed forces, had taken | Read More »

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    Let’s discuss ways to beat Obama

    Here are two excellent articles filled with analysis based on the historical record of past elections. I believe that McCain will NOT be able to win this if the election is about him, he can only win if he makes it clear to the American people that Obama is an unacceptable choice on many levels. The JUDGEMENT aspect needs to be hammered. Obama admits he | Read More »

    The Divinity of Obama

    This morning on Fox and Friends, a Democrat from PA (Joe Setak I believe) was talking about Obama and his position on Iraq and his trip to Iraq. Apart from the classic babble from the Left, there were two points that stuck out to me. Points to be looked at. Points that are very troubling.

    Washington Post column smears all Michelle Obama detractors as racists

    Sunday’s Washington Post ran a column by a woman named Sophia Nelson. The title of the column tells you everything you need to know about it: “Black. Female. Accomplished. Attacked.” As little faith as I have in liberal newspapers such as The Washington Post, the fact that they would run this column is appalling. There are very real problems for America in having a first | Read More »