Archive for July 30th, 2008

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 […]


What did we ever do before YouTube? The RNC creates a mock ad on Barack’s trip to Berlin.


Barack employs “The Shield” in a new TV commercial defending himself against McCain attacks. It’s a high road tactic that softly accuses, with disappointment, the opponent of using the low-road. It gives a Barack a chance to resurrect the “old politics” accusation. Running against McCain, Barack likes to be saying the word “old” as often […]


For those who question what Barack stands for, one need look no further than his esteemed collection of supporters. Let’s add a new one to the list, which already includes: Al Gore, Jimmy Carter, Fidel Castro, Robert Reich, Ted Kennedy, Tom Hanks, NARAL, John Edwards, Jane Fonda, The Teamsters and Steel Workers unions, Moveon.org, John […]