Tag Archive 'McCain'

Oct 08 2008

A Tie Goes To McCain. He Will Change Washington, Not America

McCain wants to change DC, Obama wants to change America! Reading through the views of the politically obsessed this morning (me being one myself) one has to step back and think about the country and our choices. Just about everyone agrees the debate was boring (after Sarah Palin, of course it was boring) and basically […]

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Sep 27 2008

CBS Edits Palin Response To Create Bad Impression Of Palin, Obama Compaign Edits Out Half A Sentence To Create A Lie

SJReidhead over at the Pink Flamingo notes why Sarah Palin came off so incoherent in those CBS News interviews with Katie Colic – Palin’s responses where edited to make her appear to stumble: “…(2:58) Couric: What, specifically, in your view, could be done to convince the new government in Pakistan to take a harder, tougher […]

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Sep 27 2008

When “Experience” Is “The Past”

Lamest political spin of the night from the Obama camp (Biden especially). The Dems tried to claim all the experience John McCain was “just the past”. In fact, a lot of the commentary was a joke. The talking heads at CNN were especially lame.  But O’Reilly was showing off his double digit IQ when he […]

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Sep 26 2008

Live Blogging The 1st Presidential Debate Of 2008 – I Have A Bracelet Too!

Update: Michelle Malkin notes O-bomba had to READ the name on his bracelet! (Near the end of the clip): Dumb move Obama. When you plan a political stunt like this, make sure you rehearse it enought to ensure it comes off genuine. Update: Obama’s Kissinger fiction was when McCain turned Obama into a floor mop: […]

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Sep 26 2008

Democrats Need To Compromise

The House GOP is not happy with the current bailout plan, yet Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid demand majority support from both sides of the aisle. Answer: Dems – start compromising. I have had my doubts about the bailout bill since it was liberal policies which forced banks to make unsafe loans that got us […]

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Sep 25 2008

Bush & McCain Prod Obama To Put Country First

Barack Obama is showing that arrogance again. Yesterday morning Chris Plante played clips of Obama saying [paraphrasing] “I plan to stay in touch with Treasury Secretary Paulson and the leaders of Congres to ensure a bi-partisan answer to this crisis is forthcoming“. It was a ridiculous act of playing President.  By the afternoon McCain decided […]

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Sep 19 2008

Fly By 09_19_08

Wanted to just post a bunch of items I have been holding onto that I find interesting. Sadly for you folks sick of polls it contains a lot of polls. But for the rest of us propeller-heads there is some intetersting data points to ponder. Not to fear though, I am starting of with excerpts […]

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Sep 18 2008

Do-nothing Democrat Congress Plans To Deal With Financial Crisis By Doing … Nothing

Boy, oh boy. If you ever wanted to underscore how bad the Democrat Congress is just look at their plan to adjourn and leave the economic mess unaddressed: The Democratic-controlled Congress, acknowledging that it isn’t equipped to lead the way to a solution for the financial crisis and can’t agree on a path to follow, […]

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Sep 17 2008

“Community Agitator” Approach Indicates Flailing Obama Campaign

I had to steal a great line from Mark Levin today (I rarely listen to him these days, but beltway traffic can lead to long commutes with only AM talk radio as a companion). He called Barack Obama (and by extension his campaign) the Community Agitator, and it fits. We now see what Obama-Axelrod Axis […]

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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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