Archive for the ‘McCain’ Category

Pressing Sarah

13Nov08

At the Republican Governor’s Conference in Miami, it might as well be reconfigured into the Sarah Palin Conference. After Barack, she’s the biggest political star in the country. At a short press conference, she was asked what she’s doing since the last governor’s get-together. “I had a baby, I did some traveling, I very briefly […]


Newt running the GOP? Great idea. Newt Gingrich has let it be known that, if Republicans want him, the former U.S House speaker is willing to serve as chairman of the national party and lead it out of the wilderness it’s blundered into. The question is whether the 168-member Republican National Committee is open to […]


Ya Sarah

08Nov08

Sarah calls them jerks. They deserve it. An angry aide characterized the Palins as “Wasilla hillbillies looting Neiman Marcus from coast to coast.”


In four years, America’s going to be eager for change. So which Republican is best positioned to challenge Barack in 2012? When asked to choose among some of the GOP’s top names for their choice for the party’s 2012 presidential nominee, 64% say Palin. The next closest contenders are two former governors and unsuccessful challengers […]


The Democrat’s idea of education. It seems to me that social programs would head towards obsoletion instead of endless expansion if Democrats would end their partnership with the teachers unions and start focusing on competent education instead.


Concession

05Nov08

McCain’s speech.


Military Votes

04Nov08

There is controvery in Virginia over the votes of deployed forces. The McCain campaign went to court to make sure that late arriving absentee ballots would be counted. A federal judge has ordered election officials in Virginia to preserve late-arriving absentee ballots that Republican John McCain’s campaign claims should be counted. The McCain campaign says […]