Why McCain should win Tuesday
I believe John McCain will pull off an upset victory in the general election next Tuesday, just as he revived what all the “experts” had said was a dead campaign and went on to win the primaries which earned him his party’s nomination. There are five reasons for my optimism for the McCain-Palin ticket’s chances.
The Worst President in US History
There is a saying in Spanish: “otro vendra que bueno me hara”, which loosely translates to “another one will come who will make me look good”. We have all heard, of course, George Bush being called ‘the worst president in US history” by the media, lefties and the so-called ‘international opinion’. This adjective is freely thrown around with complete disregard for any of the clear | Read More »
Biden Gives Final Warning Before Voters Board the Obamaship
I would like you to view the attached video of Joe Biden debating Barak Obama in February 2008 and read the following transcript of Joe Biden at the Seattle Fundraiser. Joe Biden has been on the outside and on the inside of the Barak Obama Presidential Campaign Express. His analysis has not changed about the readiness of his new boss. In fact, Biden, whom has | Read More »
Islamists heart Obama
Vasko Kohlmayer’s article, Why Islamists Cheer For Obama over at American Thinker is well worth a read.
Racist Dems cost Obama the presidency?
There’s a whole lot to be spun out of this poll and analysis. Appreciate the significant finding that those on this side of the aisle don’t support Obama because of his positions and the content of his character, not the color of his skin. GOP, the party that makes progress, while Sen. Byrd’s and Biden’s remain stuck in the past. *Lots of Republicans harbor prejudices, | Read More »
Take Back Congress
We have an excellent opportunity this year to control both the Executive and Legislative branches of government. I believe John McCain will beat Obama in a landslide not seen since Reagan crushed Mondale. The presidency was a lock for Republicans even before the Palin nomination. Sarah Palin will solidify the base, and at the same time, bring in women and reform-minded Independents. The outcome at | Read More »
Character v Diversity
An African-American from Generation X, two White Guys from the Silent Generation and a woman from Generation X. Arguably, the greatest diversity the U.S. has ever seen in its leading general election candidates for the Presidency. I think that’s a healthy thing. The progress our nation has made on the topic of diversity is, surely, the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. But, he taught | Read More »
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, Martin Luther King Jr.
Hitting the HIVE dead on…
– Cross posted from Michigan Taxes too Much – Everyone had their favorites, many like myself felt Mitt would be a solid choice for McCain’s pick, but the more I follow the reports and commentary from both the right and left side of the room, the more I can truly appreciate the choice made. The RIGHT side is happy, ..no ECSTATIC about the pick of | Read More »
“CHANGE! NOW! PLEASE?!?!?!?”
Sound familiar? Before you jump to conclusion about the quotation … this is what a gnat might say, finding itself nearing windshield impact. Yes, the brainpower of a gnat is sufficient to know, when things aren’t going well, “Change” is a good idea. Why, then, has the “Change” mantra generated so much excitement over Obama?
What if we win?
Like most of you, I am voting for McCain. The thought of Obama does not “scare” me really, but it is a very dumb choice. We all know he is light weight to the extreme…but I digress. Lets say we do win, and it is still my belief it is a better than average chance that McCain will win. What then? The Congress WILL be | Read More »