Tag Archive 'McCain-Palin'

Oct 29 2008

Another Democrat Woman Bolts For McCain-Palin

Is the SS Obama starting to sink? Are independents and moderate left Democrats jumping ship? Who knows, but this is interesting: Since I started writing speeches more than ten years ago, I have always believed in the Democratic Party. Not anymore. Not after the election of 2008. This transformation has been swift and complete and […]

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Oct 14 2008

McCain-Palin Drawing Enormous Crowds In VA

McCain wants to change DC, Obama wants to change America!   One of my biggest problems with current polls is the idea there is no energy behind the McCain-Palin ticket to match the energy behind the Obama-What’s-his-name ticket. The theory goes Obama, being the chosen one by the liberal media, cannot lose in this season […]

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Sep 23 2008

Who Has The Mojo?

Which campaign has momentum? Well, we have some pictures from this week to answer the question. Here is an Obama event in deep blue Wisconsin where Obama attracted only 2/3rds the crowd McCain-Palin did a few days earlier. Estimates are 6,000 People.   And here is a McCain-Palin event in deep blue Pennsylvania: The evidence […]

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Sep 17 2008

Ouch! Obama Loses Major Democrat And Hillary Supporter To McCain

Is this the Palin effect writ large? Lynn Forester de Rothschild, a prominent Hillary Clinton supporter and member of the Democratic National Committee’s Platform Committee, will endorse John McCain for president on Wednesday, her spokesman tells CNN. … In an interview with CNN this summer, Forester did not hide her distaste for eventual Democratic presidential nominee […]

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Sep 07 2008

The Palin Phenom

I knew Governor Palin would shake this race up, and I could tell after her convention speech she was an up and coming force to be reckoned with. I also saw her start a bit slow on the campaign trail this weekend, reading from her convention speech. Not surprising for a new face. But this […]

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