Archive for July, 2008

Is Barack soft? Here’s his reason why drilling for oil – a national security imperative to people who are paying attention to reality – is unnecessary. “There are things that you can do individually though to save energy,” Sen. Barack Obama, D-Illinois, said. “Making sure your tires are properly inflated, simple thing, but we could […]


Race Card

31Jul08

McCain has nailed Obama, thankfully, for playing the race card – again. The negative twist in the campaign for the November 4 election was prompted by a McCain television advertisement on Wednesday that called Obama a celebrity akin to star-crossed U.S. personalities Britney Spears and Paris Hilton. In response, Obama said McCain was trying to […]


Ludacris Obama

31Jul08

Last night on O’Reilly, Dick Morris was asked to cite the two biggest mistakes that each candidate has made. Number 1 for Barack was, in Morris’ opinion, not instantly cutting ties with his preacher when the Jeremiah Wright situation first broke out in March. Is he making the same mistake now with vulgar rapper Ludacris, […]


Ouch!

31Jul08

So much for Berlin! Rasmussen’s Daily Tracking Poll remains at a 2% Obama lead, but Gallup, which had Barack up by 8 points over the weekend, now shows him with just a one point lead. The race for the presidency has moved back into a statistical tie in the latest Gallup Poll Daily tracking update […]


Tighter Still

30Jul08

Barack had a short-lived bump, with a Gallup poll of registered voters showing him with a 9 point lead a few days ago. Now it’s down to four, with Rasmussen at 2%. Take a look at this ominous stat: In the race for the White House, there are nearly twice as many uncommitted voters as […]


Barack = Paris

30Jul08

A new McCain ad calls Obama the biggest celebrity in the world – like Paris Hilton or Britney Spears.


Making himself more unelectable all the time, Barack now apparently likes the idea of reparations. “I consistently believe that when it comes to whether it’s Native Americans or African-American issues or reparations, the most important thing for the U.S. government to do is not just offer words, but offer deeds.” That’s what he said this […]