Archive for June 4th, 2008

“no evidence surfaced in the courtroom to suggest that Mr. Obama was involved in any wrongdoing.” For the liberal media (this quote is from the New York Times), enough said. Never mind. Move on to the next story. A member of Barack’s elite team, what I like to call the Obamafia, is found guilty on […]

McCain is doing more clever stuff, trying to take control of the reformer/change image that got Barack to the general election. Less than a day after Obama clinched the Democratic nomination, McCain delivered a letter to his campaign, formally proposing what he had raised last month. In the letter, he proposed that the two men […]

The Wall Street Journal provides a little reality to the Barack fantasy today, providing one of what will be thousands of general election missives that will attempt to pierce the silliness bubble. For all of his inspiring rhetoric about bipartisanship, his voting record is among the most partisan in the Senate. His policy agenda is […]

Bill’s Legacy


One of the story lines that does have me smiling is the downward trajectory of Bill Clinton’s legacy. When Hillary Clinton launched her presidential bid 17 months ago, her husband — with his formidable political talents and popularity among Democrats nostalgic for the 1990s — was seen as her greatest strength. In a few long […]

I know there’s something wrong with me, but I’m not excited. I just don’t care about the storyline that the media and the pundits are selling. “A little over a hundred years after people of his race were treated as less than human in this country, it is truly astounding that an African American candidate […]

Dick Morris says Hillary can’t be Barack’s VP selection, because she comes with baggage. Specifically, Bill. Putting Hillary Clinton on the ticket for vice president creates a ménage-à-trois. Bill will be the unexpected roommate. Even if a President Obama can discipline Hillary and get her to play second fiddle, there is not the remotest chance […]