Tag Archive 'McCain'

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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Sep 12 2008

The Pathetic Obama/Biden Gaffe Machine Regarding The Physically Handicapped

A lot of people gasped at Joe Biden’s honest mistake recently when, at a campaign event, he called out a local Democrat leader – asking him to stand. Sad thing was, the man was confined to a wheel chair. Earlier in the week, in Columbia, Missouri, Biden urged a paraplegic state official to stand up […]

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Sep 06 2008

DC/NY Political Industrial Complex Is All Confused And Angry Over Palin

A beautiful thing happened in American politics this last week. The iron grip of the arrogant, hyper-partisan political careerists with terminal God-complexes have become confused and angry because America intruded into their little echo chamber of disaster in the form of Sarah Palin. You can see it in the pathetic and cheap news media coverage […]

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Aug 29 2008

McCain Hits A Home Run With VP Pick – It’s Sarah Palin!

I have had my fingers crossed all week McCain would take advantage of the opening Obama left wide open to tap a woman conservative as his VP selection – and now it seems MY hopes have come true! Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, a self-styled “hockey mom” who has been governor for less than two years, […]

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Aug 28 2008

Obama Is Not Ready To Lead Nation According To Biden, Dodd, Hillary – and Obama

I have to tip my hat to the McCain PR machine – it has been devastating to Obama. This election has turned from being a referendum on Bush or Iraq and is now firmly a question of Obama’s readiness to take on the responsibilities of leading and protecting this nation.  On June 12th I posted […]

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Aug 27 2008


John and Kay-Bailey?  Why not! I can guess where Hillary’s voters will start swinging en mass:   Texas Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison’s long-shot prospect for vice president is getting a push from conservative and other pundits in the lead-up to next week’s Republican National Convention. The latest flurry of speculation online and on cable television […]

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Aug 25 2008

McCain Headlines Hillary Supporter Who Switched To GOP – Updated!

This is just the kind of ad the Democrats fear: The reason they fear it is because they dare not attack the young democrat woman who has decided experience is much more important than ‘change’ (whatever that means). But attacked she will be, by the arrogant and oppressive purity police that inhabit both parties and […]

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Aug 25 2008

Can Biden Take Back All Those Nice Things He Said About McCain Without Losing All Credibility And Respect?

Barack Obama is asking a lot of Joe Biden. He is asking Joe Biden to go out and be his political Pit Bull and attack McCain in line with Obama’s misguided policies and shaded spin. But can Biden take back all those nice things he said about McCain over the years and retain any credibility […]

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Aug 19 2008

McCain-Giuliani Ticket?

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I could dig this! I think he’s considering Giuliani. – Might put NY in enough play to make Obama spend a lot of money there.  … The McCain campaign has already hired a Giuliani staffer as the unnamed veep’s communications director… Now that team would rock.

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