Archive for June 2nd, 2008

That was the topic Sunday on the Todd Feinburg Show. Listen to a sample here, or hear the whole thing on the 24/7 stream at toddtalk.com. Advertisements


Body blows to Barack from Senator McCain, who is blocking Barack’s attempt to run from his promise to meet personally with foreign leaders like Ahmadinejad during his first year in office: Obama has called for direct talks with the Iranian regime, an option McCain, R-Ariz., told the annual Washington conference of the American Israel Public […]


Sad

02Jun08

Hillary is winding down the campaign: Hillary Rodham Clinton will give her post-primary speech in New York Tuesday night, a rare departure from the campaign trail. It’s been a long wonderful roller coaster. How ironic the ride has been, with Hillary the monster turning into the character so many were rooting for, even while opposing […]


A new study shows that Democrats have spent more than twice as much on advertising than Republicans! Democratic candidates have spent nearly $135 million on campaign advertising, compared to about $58 million for Republicans, according to the Wisconsin Advertising Project’s analysis of data from TNS Media Intelligence/CMAG. And Barack Obama’s TV exposure has dramatically exceeded […]


This was the theme of the Todd Feinburg Show on Sunday. Listen to a segment here, or hear the whole thing at toddtalk.com.


Barack Kennedy

02Jun08

Part of the plan for Barack is to make him into a Kennedy. We saw this trick back when Caroline Kennedy endorsed Obama, calling him the closest thing she’d experienced to the effect her father had on the nation. A critical part of this strategy is the role of Ted Kennedy, expected to be a […]


Hillary’s campaign is preparing to concede and not beat the dead horse through the convention. according to the Telegraph of London: Senior advisers to Senator Hillary Clinton have prepared the ground for her to abandon her 2008 presidential ambitions within days and not dispute the Democratic nomination all the way to the party convention in […]