Archive for October 2nd, 2008

Palin Wins


Sarah Palin took the soft pitch of low expectations and knocked that sucker out of the park, demonstrating that she can hold her own, even offering moments of humor with her relaxed, good natured jabs, as she went head to head with a 35 year Senate veteran. She wasn’t totally without her now trademark moments […]



The McCain campaign has a new ad out today, reminding people that Joe Biden is the candidate with the proven ability to speak in gaffes.

Idiot Wind


Harry Reid joined Nancy Pelosi today in being a Democrat with bad judgment in a crisis. Several big life insurance stocks fell sharply Thursday, dragged down by jitters about their role in the credit crisis and fears sparked by a comment from Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., Wednesday about a potential bankruptcy in the […]

The McCain campaign is giving up on Michigan. The news that John McCain’s campaign is abandoning its efforts in Michigan — first reported by Jonathan Martin at Politico — is the latest in a series of negative developments for the Republican ticket over the last two weeks. The GOP had seen Michigan as a possible […]

The Blue Shirts


The worst part isn’t the blue shirts. Virginia Republicans are in an uproar after the state teacher’s union sent ane-mail to its members encouraging them to wear blue-colored shirts to school to show their support for Barack Obama. The real problem is that this is just the tip of the iceberg. What lies underneath the […]

Singing Again


The original version of the children singing was removed from Youtube. Fortunately, we’ve found a new copy. If you really want to creep yourself out, it’s best to view this at 3am or so. Here’s the inspiration. And an alternative version.

More on the Gwen Ifill controversy. Ifill questions why people assume that her book will be favorable toward Obama. “Do you think they made the same assumptions about Lou Cannon (who is white) when he wrote his book about Reagan?” said Ifill, who is black. Asked if there were racial motives at play, she said, […]