Archive for July 17th, 2008

Apparently, Barack has so beautifully articulated his Iraq policy that absolutely no one knows what it is. This is the only explanation I can come up with for the fact that I have been ranting all week about how he has now officially abandoned his commitment to the 16 month, unequivocal pullout, while others, much […]

McCain’s campaign doesn’t get much credit for doing anything right, and with good reason. His effort haven’t come with much flash. On the other hand, the lack of flash may be mitigated by quiet, barely noticed strategic moves that have put Barack at a disadvantage. For example, have you noticed that the entire contest seems […]

There are two polls that are worth watching in the presidential race – Gallup and Rasmussen. They are reliable because they are tracking polls – they update daily, showing the results from the prior three days of research. While these two polls may have their flaws, those flaws are less relevant because the polls repeat […]

It’s a dramatic refinement of his policy on Iraq, but it has gone virtually unreported. As you’ve seen here since Monday, Barack cleaned his website of his 16 month withdrawal plan Sunday evening, also eliminating his opposition to the surge. It took until last night for the AP to even do a story, which no […]