Archive for June, 2008

Despite the Unity show put on last week in New Hampshire, the relationship between the Clintons and the Obamas remains strained. It seems Bill Clinton is looking for a kiss. …even as the former president and the current presumptive Democratic nominee prepare to meet to make their own amends, Bill Clinton reportedly told close friends […]

This thing of Barack’s – this technique of wrapping himself in the flag of thoughtfulness – it’s starting to get tedious. Even liberals will, I think, start to see it for what it is – contrived thoughtfulness – a style that was at first appealing, but which now reads as formulaic. Thus was the case […]

As if claiming that McCain is as big a flip-flopper as he is isn’t a big enough loser for the Obama camp, they’ve found an idea that’s worse. “I don’t think riding in a fighter plane and getting shot down is a qualification to be president,” (Wes) Clark said, referring to the incident that led […]

Barack the Jap


Barack built his candidacy on faith. He asked people to believe in him and his message of change. To trust him. With the nomination wrapped up, he has betrayed that trust with zeal. It’s a new ballgame. As one of two guys with a chance to become president, Barack figures whatever the tactics were for […]



What does Barack do on date night? Obama managed to have some fun last night. He and Michelle had a swanky date night at Chicago’s premiere restaurant, Spiaggia. Who went with them? Tony Rezko? Reverend Pfleger? Michelle, dressed in a chic, black dress and Barack entered the restaurant alone and dined for almost 2 and […]

In an interview with Stephanopolous on This Week, Ralph Nader went after Barack, quoting, among others, political scientist Adolph Reed: I’ve known him since the very beginning of his political career, which was his campaign for the seat in my state senate district in Chicago. He struck me then as a vacuous opportunist, a good […]

Forget about the criminals, the bomb planters, and the America haters who Barack built his career with. Forget about the inexperience. Forget about him having falsely portrayed himself as an agent of change. If this catches on, it will be the thing that stops Barack cold. There is, if we can believe the New York […]