Archive for September 14th, 2008

Sep 14 2008

Poor Site Meter

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Leave it to an engineer like me to be one of the few who did not mind the new Site Meter roll out. I liked the conciseness and simplicity of the old version, but I also liked the new views because of the way it condensed information. Many more did not.  Site Meter is now […]

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Sep 14 2008

Minnesota Slipping From Obama’s Grip

This is probably the most stunning news of the weekend for Team Obama, devastating poll news out of Minnesota: A new Star Tribune Minnesota Poll shows that the race is now a dead heat between Barack Obama and John McCain, each supported by 45 percent of likely voters in the state. … The poll found that McCain […]

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Sep 14 2008

McCain Hits 50% In Rassmussen Tracking

McCain-Palin are doing something right – they just hit the 50% mark in the Rasmussen Daily Trackin Polling, still holding a 3% lead.   The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Sunday shows John McCain reaching the 50% level of support for the first time since Barack Obama wrapped up the Democratic Presidential Nomination. […]

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Sep 14 2008

O-Bomba’s “Arrogance-Express” Is Derailing

More and more evidence is pooring in that the Obama campaign machine is latching up and smoke is starting to rise as it stalls and begins to fade. Obama was always a very high risk choice with his political inexperience (he has never won a straight election, ever). One can argue he did not win […]

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Sep 14 2008

New York Times: The Barracuda Kicked Butt And Took Names

Americans need not apply to lead this country, according to the arrogant NY Times. Ok, so Americans are absolutely fed up with the Political Industrial Complex who have been snearing down their noses at the rest of us, like Charlie Gibson did to Sarah during the interview (with reading glasses included – which is really […]

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