Archive for November 1st, 2008

Surprise, surprise, surprise! John McCain supporters who believe they haven’t gotten a fair shake from the media during the Republican’s candidacy against Barack Obama have a new study to point to. Comments made by sources, voters, reporters and anchors that aired on ABC, CBS and NBC evening newscasts over the past two months reflected positively […]


Fenced In

01Nov08

During the heat of the debate on illegal immigration in 2006 and 2007, conservatives asked what was wrong with John McCain, George Bush and other Republicans who were so obviously doing the wrong thing for America by supporting amnesty proposals. The answer will become obvious if McCain loses on Tuesday. I’d be surprised if John […]


How would he know? Sen. Barack Obama didn’t know his aunt might be living illegally in the United States, as media outlets are reporting, his campaign said Saturday. How would he know? He didn’t know that Reverend Wright was a racist, and he spent 18 years going to his church. He didn’t know Bill Ayers […]


Gallup

01Nov08

With Zogby and Rasmussen both showing Barack with a five point lead, Gallup jumps to 10% today. Barack Obama leads John McCain in Gallup Poll Daily tracking interviewing conducted Wednesday through Friday by an identical 52% to 42% margin among both traditional likely voters and expanded likely voters. Obama leads by a similar 52% to […]


Brokaw Flaws

01Nov08

Rush played a great edit yesterday of the Charlie Rose interview with Tom Brokaw in which Brokaw confesses, inadvertently, to the media’s utter incompetence. It’s delightful. Here’s a longer look at it.


While John McCain has made some effort to claim the mantle of the Reagan legacy, he hasn’t done much of anything to sell Americans on the idea. The dummies running McCain’s campaign have sat still and allowed Barack, the big government liberal who will surely expand the size of government if elected, to become the […]


The hope for an end to financial struggle – mortgage payments, college tuitions, transportation – is a universal one. The belief that relieving some of that burden from those with the least is the job of government – not by improving one’s potentials but by gifting – is a driving force of liberalism. This is […]