Archive for the ‘sarah’ Category

DOA

14Nov08

Can this be for real, or is it just the usual gameplaying – make women feel good about Barack by pretending to be respecting Hillary? George Stephanopoulos reported Clinton’s name being in the mix last week on Good Morning America, but the buzz grew louder today after Clinton was spotted boarding a flight to Chicago. […]


Glib Guidance

13Nov08

The biggest failure in network news has some advice for one of America’s biggest political stars. Couric thinks Sarah Palin has a thing or two to learn about politics before she contemplates a White House run in 2012. “I think she should keep her head down, work really hard and learn about governing. Katie is […]


Sarah, Smile

31Oct08

How in love with Sarah are you? Judy Patrick is a professional photographer. From Alaska. Wasilla, to be exact. Where she once served as deputy mayor. To the actual mayor. Sarah Palin. Over the years Patrick’s accumulated quite a collection of photographs of her friend, including a nice assortment from Palin’s successful 2006 insurgent campaign […]


Piling On

26Oct08

Scott Conroy of CBS News writes a blog entry entitled “Palin Stretches Facts In Effort To Paint Obama As Presumptuous.” She’s a politician – isn’t she required to stretch the truth? Following a fiery introduction by “The View” co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck, who accused the media of being “deliberately sexist” in its coverage of Sarah Palin, […]


Heels On

06Oct08

Is telling the truth about Barack and his scummy friends enough to pull the current campaign narrative away from the clutches of the economy? Barely, but I think it is. The challenge remains how to educate Americans about the Obamafia. Right now, the job of educating the public about Bill Ayers et al seems to […]


If you ran anti-abortion ads that were this visual and manipulative, would there be an outcry?


A Real Lemon

30Sep08

What faith Americans have in our country. A deep trust that no matter what happens, our nation will always prosper. We are utterly confident in the future – or, at least, in our own ability to manage it. Consider the rejection yesterday of the bailout. …a majority of those politicians anointed by the U.S. Constitution […]