Archive for September, 2008

Programming

30Sep08

Liberals programming the children. Very reminiscent of communist China and Russia footage we’ve seen through the years.


One of the great benefits of the Obama candidacy has been the exposure of Democrats as purveyors of bigotry. They’ve had America snookered for a long time with all their talk about celebrating diversity. But they couldn’t handle having a woman running, they attacked the exposure of Barack’s racist buddies in the black church, and […]


Slide Over

30Sep08

It appears that the debate Friday night, which many observers thought Barack had won, did nothing to change to race, or perhaps moved it towards McCain. Both daily tracking polls now show that McCain’s slide in the polls, which began when the Wall Street crisis began, is over. Barack’s 8 point lead from yesterday has […]


A good performance Thursday night will put all this to rest.


Faux Leadership

30Sep08

As has been the case throughout his career, Barack Obama has ducked the opportunity to lead on the biggest issue of the day. For example, Obama and his wife, Michelle, were among thousands attending the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation‘s annual awards dinner at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center. He hailed the caucus, founded nearly […]


McCain and Palin sat down with Katie Couric and addressed the controversy over Palin’s remarks about Pakistan. I don’t know why they’re elevating this by complaining about ‘gotcha’ journalism. We regularly cross the border in hot pursuit of terrorists, and that’s all Palin said. Back in August of 2007, Barack created his own Pakistan controversy: […]


A Real Lemon

30Sep08

What faith Americans have in our country. A deep trust that no matter what happens, our nation will always prosper. We are utterly confident in the future – or, at least, in our own ability to manage it. Consider the rejection yesterday of the bailout. …a majority of those politicians anointed by the U.S. Constitution […]


Sea Legs

30Sep08

What does Sarah need to get her confidence back in advance of Thursday’s debate? Most of the answers are ‘should have’ options, with the time well past for implementation. But Laura Ingraham was asking yesterday why she’s being kept from her friends in conservative talk radio. Could there be a more natural place for her […]


The liberal perspective on Sarah Palin was articulated for them, before they realized how, and why, they hated her so much, by Canadian writer Heather Mallick. Her column at CBC.com describes Palin has been vigorously criticized for saying Palin offers the “toned-down version of the porn actress look,” and attacking people in small towns as […]


Hollywood heroes offering thoughtful analysis is a rare thing, and I have none of that to share. Instead, it’s just more of the same – people who make their livings reading scripts reciting the words they hear repeated constantly. First, Ashton and Demi with a talk that speaks for itself. And then there’s Ashley Judd, […]


Wondering who is to blame for the failure of the bailout bill to pass? Must be Michael Moore, who campaigned against it on his website. This bailout’s mission is to protect the obscene amount of wealth that has been accumulated in the last eight years. It’s to protect the top shareholders who own and control […]


Should John McCain have been leading the mutiny? The House on Monday defeated a $700 billion emergency rescue for the nation’s financial system, ignoring urgent warnings from President Bush and congressional leaders of both parties that the economy could nosedive into recession without it. Stocks plummeted on Wall Street even before the 228-205 vote to […]


The liberal mind is a wonderful thing to behold. The New York Times has a story today indicating the difficulty union activists are having flipping their voters to Obama. They blame that difficulty on racism. Still, Mr. Obama’s race has complicated labor’s efforts. When canvassers knock on doors, some voters do not acknowledge race explicitly, […]


Real Clear

28Sep08

Barack’s lead continues to expand as post debate surveys from Saturday are included in the trackers. Rasmussen has Barack up by 6% for the second day in a row. This six-point advantage matches Obama’s biggest lead yet and marks the first time he has held such a lead for two-days running (see trends). Obama is […]


Who is responsible for the financial crisis? Barney Frank says it’s the private sector. ‘THE PRIVATE SECTOR got us into this mess. The government has to get us out of it.” Jeff Jacoby, the Boston Globe’s conservative columnist, picks apart Frank’s position. That’s Barney Frank’s story, and he’s sticking to it. As the Massachusetts Democrat […]


Democrats are responsible for having blocked GOP attempts to reign in Freddie and Fanny, the government agencies responsible for having created the mortgage crisis by implementing the liberal policy of giving mortgages to unqualified people. If you find this debate interesting and want to see how the GOP can use this to its advantage, watch […]