Archive for September 15th, 2008

Sep 15 2008

Obama’s Over Inflated Self Image

If an inflated ego was the way to energy independence, Obama would be floating America’s energy needs. Apparently he has a habit of exaggerating himself a bit (from a one time coworker): I have to say that Barack engages in some serious exaggeration when he describes a job that he held in the mid-1980s. I know […]

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Sep 15 2008

More On The Building Palin Wave – Updated!

Some more poll news out today on the rising Palin wave amongst the electorate.  In Ohio Palin is deemed to be the candidate, among the top four, Americans most identify with (watch those attacks libs, you are insulting the electorate!): A factor in the GOP boost is that more respondents, 31%, identified Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin as […]

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Sep 15 2008

Palin Wave Continues To Build, Surfacing In NY

Apparently there is a set of shocking polls out from deep blue NY which has both parties shaken about the impact of Sarah Palin on the election dynamics: The internal Republican and Democratic polls, details of which were provided to The Post, have stunned members of both parties – and produced deep worries among Democrats. […]

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Sep 15 2008

Will Obama Wake Up, Or Will His Arrogance Keep Him Blind?

I oppose Obama’s candidacy on many fronts, from his lack of experience to his ridiculous and dangers attempts to surrender Iraq to al-Qaeda, the man strikes me as one gaffe away from doing this country serious damage. He was on the way to his coronation because he had noticed the obvious – America wants change. […]

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Sep 15 2008

UK: Ecoterrorism Is Lawful

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Want to see an example of a modern day people being brain washed by propaganda? Just look over to the UK (and EU by extension) and see how the myth of Global Warming (now that we are in our tenth year with flat or cooling global temperatures) has panicked citizens to the point they are […]

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