Archive for September 28th, 2008

Real Clear


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 […]



If you haven’t seen this yet, it’s funny to watch Obama call on his bracelet, but have to check who gave it to him.

McCain was on This Week today, expressing support for the bailout plan. I’m surprised that he was so positive about it.

If you really want to upset the Barack supporters in your life, send them a link to this.

Truth Squads


Remember when Bill Clinton was running for president? At the beginning of the primary cycle, the Jennifer Flowers affair was big news, and word came from Arkansas that Clinton’s slimy behavior earned him the nickname “Slick Willy.” We had evidence enough to know that Clinton would self-destruct in the White House. This demonstrates that the […]



A deal was announced early this morning that may save Wall Street, for now – but it is moving ahead without regard for what will be destroyed in the process. The bill includes pay limits for some executives whose firms seek help, aides said. And it requires the government to use its new role as […]