Archive for November, 2008

Nov 14 2008

Do The Dems Dare Lose The War On Terrorism?

In an interesting addendum to my post below on how far President Bush was able to change the world after 9-11 there is a new poll out from Rasmussen which shows 60% of Americans believe we are winning the war on terrorism. Voter confidence in the War on Terror has reached its highest level ever, […]

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Nov 14 2008

Bush Leaves Office With Bin Laden And al-Qaeda Severely Wounded

The democrats are lucky. All they need to do is make sure they continue to stabilize Iraq and Afghanistan and help Pakistan clear out the last remaining Islamo Fascists hold up in their northern tribal regions – then plan the victory parades. They will arrogantly claim they ended the Iraq war (hopefully in victory if […]

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Nov 12 2008

Liberal Petty Vindictiveness Can Be Very Dangerous To America

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What do the Democrats want to do for those who kept America safe from another terrorist attack on this nation over the past 7 years? Something no one would dare to predict after 9-11, that we could go 7 years without another attack on US soil. What is the gratitude to be showed to these […]

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Nov 12 2008

Taking The Pulse Of America On Obama & The Dems

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There is a barometer for Americans to assess how well the Dems and Obama are doing – the right track/wrong track poll numbers. Since the election USA Today/Gallup checked the pulse of America and the election of Obama has not moved the needle: it is still pegged at 13% right track and 84% wrong track. […]

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Nov 12 2008

GOP As The Party Of “American Families”

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Sorry for the light posting, but there has been little real news and a lot of boring chatter from the Political Industrial Complex recently. Really had nothing to say about the echo chamber echoes. That and an increased work load pretty much stopped the posting briefly. I have been thinking about what the GOP could […]

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Nov 10 2008

Sorry Newt, No More Conservative Retreads

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Word is out Newt Gingrich and Michael Steele are vying to lead the new GOP. Gingrich leading a ‘new GOP’ is a real oxymoron. We don’t need another tired old conservative standard bearer. We need Michael Steele: A battle to take the reins of the Republican National Committee is taking off between former House Speaker Newt Gingrich and former […]

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Nov 10 2008

Can Conservatism Regain Mainstream Support?

For all those who want to ‘reclaim’ conservatism let me give you a little hint – there is no need to ‘claim’ something people are rejecting at the voting booth. Obama won this election because something has soured the mood of the moderate conservatives and the optimistic youth (remember those days folks, where anything was […]

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Nov 09 2008

Do-Nothing Congressional Dems Plan To … Do Nothing!

Well, its looks like the Congressional Democrats are not ready to lead next year, but ready to duck and run for cover. They clearly are realizing their ideas only would cause damage to this country (which is what conservatives warned all through the election): After moving quickly with an economic stimulus plan that includes cutting […]

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Nov 08 2008

Burn-Out Open Thread

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Folks, after weeks of working at a frantic pace AND blogging about the upcoming election you can tell my posts have been few. Sadly there is nothing that really interests me in the news, which is the worst way to experience the post election world right now. From the ground things are well back to […]

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Nov 07 2008

Another US Missile Strike Against Militants In Pakistan

  The US has killed 13 Militants in Pakistan, some of them ‘foreigners’: Suspected U.S. drones fired missiles into a Pakistan border region on Friday killing 13 militants, including four foreigners, officials said, the latest in a series of strikes that has infuriated Pakistan. There have been nearly 20 attacks by suspected missile-firing pilotless U.S. […]

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