Archive for September 17th, 2008

For the first time in 16 years, a sitting state senator has lost a re-election bid in Massachusetts. What makes the defeat all the more intriguing is that she is black. Wilkerson refused to concede defeat Tuesday night after results showed challenger Sonia Chang-Diaz with a 1 percent, or 228-vote, victory. Wilkerson has not decided […]


Remember during primary season, when Barack worked really hard to convince people he was the candidate who could bring change? Once he got the nomination, he changed all his positions, so pretending to be a new kinda politician seemed like a waste of all the money that Barbra Streisand, George Clooney and Steven Spielberg had […]


Apple Crisp

17Sep08

Things got pretty nasty for the Hollywood elite partying with Barack last night. No way they would have put up with this if the party hadn’t been hosted by Streisand. In order not to offend the masses, the affair was deliberately tamped down, and was held in a drab Hollywood ranch. The Greystone, a 55-room, […]


Why did Barack Obama, who’s been a senator for about 20 minutes, receive as much money as any politician but Chris Dodd from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac? Why did these pseudo public agencies give money to politicians at all? Here’s the list of the top recipients of political donations from Fannie Mae and Freddie […]


Little Johnny

17Sep08

I’ve been caught in the cross hairs of this email more than once. It provided some welcome relief to the barage of anti-McCain nonsense I’ve been receiving. A teacher asked her 6th grade class how many of them were Obama fans. Not really knowing what an Obama fan is, but wanting to be liked by […]


Governor Dumb

17Sep08

Barack had a couple of tough weeks after his convention ended. He got a four point bounce from his convention, but McCain’s bounce about doubled that, putting McCain into a small lead. Mature Democrats would realize the numbers will be doing a lot of moving around over the next several weeks. Normal Democrats will blame […]


The Obama campaign doesn’t believe in bipartisanship, after all. Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton has canceled an appearance at a New York rally next week after organizers blindsided her by inviting Republican vice presidential candidate and Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, aides to the senator said Tuesday. Why won’t he let Hillary and Sarah stand together, just […]