Rasmussen: Daily Presidential Tracking Poll – Tied(two days in a row)

    Rasmussen: Daily Presidential Tracking Poll For the second straight day, the Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll shows that the race for the White House is tied. Sunday’s numbers show Barack Obama and John McCain each attracting 43% of the vote. When “leaners” are included, the two candidates are tied at 46%. For most of the past month-and-a-half, Obama has led McCain by approximately five | Read More »

    Tags: ,

    re: Miss USA endorses Barack Obama

    As the reason for her support of Obama, the girl could offer the immortal words of 2007 Miss South Carolina Teen USA Caitlin Upton: “I personally believe that U.S. Americans are unable to do so because, uhmmm, some people out there in our nation don’t have maps and uh, I believe that our, I, education like such as, uh, South Africa, and uh, the Iraq, | Read More »

    Articles of Interest 7-13-7008 Obama to the right, Representative Candidates, McCain HQ

    114 Days until Election DayJuly 13, 2008MORNING UPDATE:SUNDAY TALK SHOW SCHEDULE…below, check it out.OBAMA CONTINUES TO MOVE “RIGHT”…as he moderates and changes his positions on key issue that some of the “left” are letting him get away with, while others try to hold his feet to the fire.  Obama is NOT that “different”, he’s willing to say whatever it takes to get elected.  A risky | Read More »

    Obama’s Running Mate: Hagel

    It’s going to be Chuck Hagel. From a story in today’s Lincoln Journal-Star: A Wall Street Journal report that Sen. Chuck Hagel will accompany Sen. Barack Obama on a trip to Iraq and Afghanistan kicked up a frenzy Friday on credible political blogs.The Journal reported online that two sources confirmed the Nebraska Republican will travel with the Democratic presidential nominee to the war zones. Picking | Read More »

    Tags: ,

    Change Hurts..no really it hurts!

    Breakthroughs in brain research explain why Change hurts

    Change Hurts..no really it hurts!

    Breakthroughs in brain research explain why Change hurts

    First Entry

    First of all as a resident of Illinois, I have an intimate knowledge of, as John Kass of the Chicago Tribune puts it, “the Chicago Way.” Barack Obama is a child spawned of the Chicago Way, a Crook county politician with no national experience. As Geraldine Ferraro said, “If he was a young white male with his level of experience, no one would take him | Read More »

    Could we be that lucky …

    According to Robert Redford in an interview in the IrishTimes – Dublin IF BARACK Obama doesn’t win November’s presidential election in the United States, “you can kiss the Democratic Party goodbye”, the actor and director Robert Redford told an audience in Dublin last night. You don’t suppose …

    Tags:

    NASCAR resisted Obama’s Charm?

    AP’s Christ Jenkins recently reported at Sun Mercury Newsthat “Obama passes on potential NASCAR sponsorship”, and I quote: NASCAR’s BAM Racing team has presented Barack Obama’s presidential campaign with a potential sponsorship deal in the Sprint Cup series later this year, but it doesn’t look like an Obama car will be burning rubber on the track anytime soon. BAM team spokesman Rhett Vandiver told The | Read More »

    Editors, writers and Google employees load Obama up with campaign donations

    Popular opinion holds that mainstream media and Web content lean Democratic, and a cursory look at campaign donations by professionals lends weight to that opinion. Even without figures, it’s easy to compare story lines for the candidates. Sen. Barack Obama spends 20 years in a church led by a pastor who damns America from the pulpit and media accepts the senator’s explanation he didn’t hear | Read More »

    Barry at the Gate. He’s not wanted.

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel does not want Obama to speak at the Brandenburg Gate. Earlier, I had whined, as is my recurrent wont, about Barack Obama’s strangely arrogant desire to speak at Berlin’s Brandenburg Gate when he visits Europe later this year. That Gate, when it was metaphorically closed, was the scene of one of the modern world’s historic speeches, when Ronald Reagan challenged Soviet | Read More »