Tuesday, September 30, 2008
What comes around goes around.
And it sucks.
"...daughter, who does a good impression of the Alaska governor, served as model."
They even had a model? That makes it suck even more.
I was hoping it was going to be good one. Vargas style or something like that, but this is a waste of paint. Too bad, missed opportunity.
Monday, September 29, 2008
It wasn't just a more innocent time at the movie theater. As a country, we just didn't really give a shit about anything in the 80s. Smoking laws were more relaxed, seat belts weren't mandatory, and a little up-and-comer named crack cocaine was poking its twitchy little head around the corner. It was a simpler time, when a woman could say "My son drowned because your counselors were off having sex " and the owners of the camp could respond "Yeah, I hear ya lady. But seriously, eat shit. Camp stays open."
I say yes. I do believe there is racism in this country.
I see it when I read that 96% of blacks are voting for Obama.
I see it when the former CEO of Fannie Mae, Franklin Raines (a black man and Obama's economic advisor), is in the middle of a race baiting controversy.
Or when I watch this video of the 2004 Democratic party tell us there is no problem with Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac and that Raines was doing a fine job.
There is racism in this campaign but I don't think we should be looking at the Republicans or the McCain camp.
Sunday, September 28, 2008
MSNBC had over 850,000 voters with 52% going to Obama and 34% going to McCain.
So what is the deal here? Well it looks as though 94% of the people voting on Drudge came from the U.S. while 6% of the voters were from foreign countries.
MSNBC, on the other hand, had a situation where 21% of the voters were from the U.S. and 79% were from foreign countries. (no shock that rest of world wants Obama as our President)
You can find out more here at Deaf Republicans.
Deaf Republicans combined the total amount of U.S. voters from Drudge with the total amount of U.S. voters from MSNBC and came up with these numbers below.
"McCain: 261,233 + 62,444 = 323,677 Americans who think John McCain won the debate.
Obama: 115,769 + 95,504 = 211,273 Americans who think Barack Hussein Obama won the debate.
With the combined tally results from both Drudge and MSNBC online poll results perhaps we can safely say that McCain won the debate decisevly in a landslide fashion with him capturing 61% of the total online poll votes!!"
On the other hand Rasmussen has the debate at a virtual tie
And USAToday/Gallup has it with an Obama lead
Zogby has Obama by a nose
For my part, I say McCain had to not look old (which he did)
And Captain Know Nothing, Do Nothing needed to look presidential (I guess he did)
Overall I thought McCain beat his ass, but whatever, what else would I think, right?
Palin needs to do well against Biden and though I'm confident that she can handle him, I still have to face the facts. The Sheen is off.
She will need to kick-butt.
I know SNL is in the tank for Obama/Biden (don't expect them to do a joke about this) most people wont see it that way and Republicans can't complain because it will just seem like sour grapes.
Friday, September 26, 2008
Thursday, September 25, 2008
Here is another example of who it is exactly that reads these papers and who writes these papers.
It is a small example, but I am a firm believer that you can learn a lot through pop-culture.
Wednesday, September 24, 2008
All gush and all smiles.
(by the way, drink everytime Clinton says "I" or "me")
Now read what this spazoid lib has to say about it. Very funny.
ALL the Democrats voted against it.
Read report here
If the McCain camp is right, looks though NYTimes is doing Obama's job for him. Smear McCain
Plus, one poll has Obama with his first real lead. 9 points, which covers the margin of error.
Tuesday, September 23, 2008
"When the stock market crashed, Franklin Roosevelt got on the television and didn't just talk about the princes of greed,"
"As Reason's Jesse Walker footnotes it: "And if you owned an experimental TV set in 1929, you would have seen him. And you would have said to yourself, 'Who is that guy? What happened to President Hoover?'"
Franklin D. Roosevelt: Democrat hero, time traveler and T.V. Pioneer.
Palin Showing That She Has Better 'Foreign Policy' Judgment Than Democrats. Meeting With Our Allies, Not Our Enemies
(The same chiflado who had this to say recently)
"democrats dodged President Uribe this week in Washington, Palin was eager to meet the great Colombian leader."
Hmmmm isn't Colombia right next door to and no friend of Venezuela?
Palin wants drilling in ANWR
and has her doubts about Garotzuva.
Want to learn why? read this.
Palin was to give a terrific speech which you can read here. Please read it. You will love every word.
Ironically, Palin had this to say inside her speech
"Senator Clinton understands the nature of this threat and what we must do
to confront it. This is an issue that should unite all Americans. Iran should
not be allowed to acquire nuclear weapons. Period. And in a single voice, we
must be loud enough for the whole world to hear: Stop Iran!"
Clearly Clinton does not understand the nature of this threat. And as I said before, Clinton is more interested in stopping Republicans than she is in stopping Iran.
Now onto NPR
Looks as if they had a sitdown with Ahmadinejad.
One question they asked of him was whether Wack-Job liked the Beatles or Led Zeppelin
I'm not kidding.
The story was so gross and so out there that my Bullshit alarm was firing on full tilt.
Now here we are, 3 months later and Ka-POW sends this video to my e-mail titled "Home Depot Ad" and what do you know, it is the exact some story. EXACTLY THE SAME STORY!
But I coudln't embed the video from my e-mail and so I went to youtube, but the description on youtube says nothing about it being a home depot ad and claims that it is a true story. Can anyone shed some light on this mystery?
Monday, September 22, 2008
And Hollywood has it in spades
Political digs slipped into Emmys
"So if anybody can help me be done playing this lady Nov. 5, that would be good for me."
'Saturday Night Live' skit suggests Sarah's husband guilty of incest
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The Central Coast:
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Sunday, September 21, 2008
Well 60,000 showed up for Palin in Florida
Hmmmm a new cult of personality?
My bias says, of course not. Portland is the Borg collective with very few Republicans. I don't know if Oregon has ever voted for a Republican, while Florida is a battleground state 6 times the population of Oregon. I say she just rallied a Republican base that is becoming more concerned about an Obama presidency.
Ahhh, who am I foolin
It is more likely that people are again geeked over another "celebrity" candidate.
Saturday, September 20, 2008
Sandra Bernhard "Sarah Palin not to come into Manhattan lest she get gang-raped by some of Sandra’s big black brothers"
Maybe Woody Allen isn't a has-been, but I'm not certain and I didn't want to feel MC's wrath by falsely calling him a celebrity
"Twenty-seven lawmakers owned stock in AIG last year, worth between $6.4 million and $20 million."
Good thing lawmakers have control over the people's purse strings or that might have been a close one.
Friday, September 19, 2008
From PBS Even
Your name changes if you include or don't include your middle name
Thursday, September 18, 2008
Looks like they might have found out who hacked into Palin's e-mail, and what do you know, his father is a Democratic state representative in Tennessee.
The mind of a liberal:
Wiretapping phones of terrorists calling outside the country = invasion of privacy
Hacking into an opponents personal e-mail who doesn't tow the liberal line = Hero
Reminds of when the Milwaukee 5 slashed the tires of Republican opponents
UPDATE: "And yet they are, as of last notice, still not complying with the Secret Service's request for the emails, despite the emails being evidence of a federal crime."
Detroit, MI (1st on the poverty rate list) hasn’t elected
a Republican mayor since 1961;
Buffalo, NY (2nd) hasn’t elected one since 1954;
Cincinnati, OH (3rd)… since 1984;
Cleveland, OH (4th)… since 1989;
Miami, FL (5th) has never had a Republican Mayor;
St. Louis, MO (6th)…. since 1949;
El Paso, TX (7th) has never had a Republican Mayor;
Milwaukee, WI (8th)… since 1908;
Philadelphia, PA (9th)… since 1952;
Newark, NJ(10th)… since 1907.
Now read Glenn Beck's comentary
Case in point, Obama's idea of hope, change and coming together means "Argue, Get In Their Face!" Very long speech. Go to 24:50
UPDATE: Another case in point
Is the same happening for McCain?
Clinton fundraiser Lynn Forester de Rothschild backs McCain over Obama
Trump endorses McCain on Larry King
Wednesday, September 17, 2008
"Faced with this demand, lenders starting making more loans to riskier borrowers, including people who might not be able to afford their mortgage payments in the future and even many with no proof of income.
When prices were rising, this wasn't a problem. The risk of loan foreclosure or default was limited because many homeowners were able to sell their house for more than they owed and make a profit.
But once prices topped out and began falling, loan defaults and foreclosures started shooting higher as homeowners found it more difficult to sell their house. This created problems not just for subprime borrowers but even for those with good credit and income."
No worries, there's very little risk.... I mean they can just sell their house if they need the money. Which would make them, what? Homeless?????????
"So we'll do this" is essentially what he said next by proposing
"In the short run, Democrats are trying to push through a second stimulus package with funding for infrastructure improvements, renewable energy tax credits and other things...
(and other things? What is this, a Spongebob cartoon?
"I've learned that no ammount of mermaid magic, or managerial promotion, or some other third thing... " - spongebob - look to video below for relevance).
...But all agree it will be up to the next President and Congress to do any re-regulation."
Bravo! another stimulus package? Now I can by Rock Band II.
As for a new energy bill, well read what is in the works.
the bill would "stifle development" of offshore energy resources by essentially making permanent drilling bans within the 50-mile coastal buffer, while imposing new taxes on the largest oil companies.
Looks like we wont be getting a new energy bill until after the election either.
UPDATE: No Oil For Blood
Senators Chuck Schumer, John Kerry, and Claire McCaskill wrote a letter to Secretary of State Rice asking her "to persuade the GOI [Government of Iraq] to refrain from signing contracts with multinational oil companies until a hydrocarbon law is in effect in Iraq." The Bush administration wisely refused to do so, but the resulting media hooraw in Iraq led to the cancellation of the contracts, and helps to explain why Iraq is doing oil deals instead with China.
"John McCain has weighed in over Barack Obama's reported slap in the face to Lindsay Lohan. The Chicago Sun-Times quotes an unnamed high-level Barack source who says they rejected Lohan's offer to host an event because she "is not exactly the kind of high-profile star who would be a positive for us."
Tucker Bounds, a spokesman for the McCain campaign tells TMZ, "So let me get this straight -- they turned away Lindsay Lohan, but Barack Obama has friends like unrepentant terrorist Bill Ayers and convicted felon Tony Rezko? Maybe LiLo is just too upstanding for Barack Obama."
Also, Bush, McCain Tried To Reform Freddie Mac
September 11, 2003
The Bush administration today recommended the most significant regulatory overhaul in the housing finance industry since the savings and loan crisis a decade ago.
Under the plan, disclosed at a Congressional hearing today, a new agency would be created within the Treasury Department to assume supervision of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the government-sponsored companies that are the two largest players in the mortgage lending industry.....
.... ”These two entities — Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac — are not facing any kind of financial crisis,” said Representative Barney Frank of Massachusetts, the ranking Democrat on the Financial Services Committee. ”The more people exaggerate these problems, the more pressure there is on these companies, the less we will see in terms of affordable housing.”
McCain’s attempt to fix Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac in 2005
Such a high price tag, but it still didn't pay for all of it. Wanting the entire package the Hollywood elites had to pay an extra $2,500.00 to hear Babs sing
So you can imagine their surprise when someone else hit the stage.
Oldie, but still a goody
Oh well, Babs is look pretty hagged out and so I am sure no one really noticed.
As for Obama, more than likely he wowed the audience. Lets face it, Obama is one of them. Star power and total contempt for the average American. Read what Obama said to Planned Parenthood about a year ago. If that doesn't sound like a quote from the L.A. Elite then I don't know what does...
"The one thing that I want to insist on is that, as I travel around the country, the American people are a decent people. Now they get confused sometimes. You know, they listen to the wrong talk radio shows or watch the wrong TV networks, um, but they’re, they’re basically decent, they’re basically sound."
Tuesday, September 16, 2008
"Despite his insistent demands for a rapid withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq, Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama secretly urged Iraqi leaders to delay an agreement that would lead to a draw down in troop numbers."
So Obama, who is not elected as President, tried to undermine the current elected Administration. Talk about power getting to your head. That is just incredible.
Looks like McCain is not going to let it lie. Good!
"At this point, it is not yet clear what official American negotiations Senator Obama tried to undermine with Iraqi leaders, but the possibility of such actions is unprecedented. It should be concerning to all that he reportedly urged that the democratically-elected Iraqi government listen to him rather than the US administration in power. If news reports are accurate, this is an egregious act of political interference by a presidential candidate seeking political advantage overseas. Senator Obama needs to reveal what he said to Iraq's Foreign Minister during their closed door meeting. The charge that he sought to delay the withdrawal of Americans from Iraq raises serious questions about Senator Obama's judgment and it demands an explanation."
UPDATE: Here is the NYPost Article that came out today
You don't need to answer that
UPDATE: Now this is what I call pandering and it reads like an onion article to boot.
“Check out the Believers for Barack, Pro-Family Pro-Obama, and Catholics for Obama buttons, bumper stickers and signs….”
I love how they tie the Republicans into this article as if both parties pander in the same way to gain the Catholic vote. Completely dismissing the key reason many Catholics vote Republican to begin with... the abortion debate.
Monday, September 15, 2008
"I really cannot bite my tongue anymore when it comes to Sarah Palin.
I couldn't be more supportive of a woman in office, but let's face it, it comes down to the person, and their beliefs, male or female.
Is it a sin to be gay? Should it be a sin to be straight? Or to use birth control? Or to have sex before marriage? Or even to have a child out of wedlock?
I find it quite interesting that a woman who now is running to be second in command of the United States, only 4 years ago had aspirations to be a television anchor. Which is probably all she is qualified to be... Also interesting that she got her passport in 2006.. And that she is not fond of environmental protection considering she's FOR drilling for oil in some of our protected land.... Well hey, if she wants to drill for oil, she should DO IT IN HER OWN backyard. This really shows me her complete lack of real preparation to become the second most powerful person in this country.
Hmmmm-All of this gets me going-Fear, Anxiety, Concern, Disappointment, and Stress come into play...
Is our country so divided that the Republicans best hope is a narrow minded, media obsessed homophobe?
I know that the most important thing about this election is that people need to exercise their right to vote, regardless of their choice... I would have liked to have remained impartial, however I am afraid that the "lipstick on a pig" comments will overshadow the issues and the fact that I believe Barack Obama is the best choice, in this election, for president...
Palin's Desire to "save and convert the gays"-really??
I feel it's necessary for me to clarify that I am not against Sarah Palin as a mother or woman.
Women have come a long way in the fight to have the choice over what we do with our bodies... And its frightening to see that a woman in 2008 would negate all of that.
Oh, and...Hint Hint Pali Pal- Don't pose for anymore tabloid covers, you're not a celebrity, you're running for office to represent our, your, my COUNTRY!
And in the words of Pamela Anderson, "She can suck it"..
Lindsay- "I have faith that this country will be all that it can be with the proper guidance. I really hope that all of you make your decisions based on the facts and what feels right to you in your heart-vote for obama!"
Samantha- "I love this country- however i wasn't born here and don't have the right to vote- so i beg of you all to really do your research and be educated when you cast your vote this coming november.... and if you're in doubt- vote for obama! Mainly because if she gets elected my green card probably won't get renewed!!!"
My favorite part is where she tells Palin not to pose for tabloid mags because she's not a celebrity. Yeah, what kind of politician goes around acting like a celebrity? I'd never want to vote for someone like that.
Amazonia here we come
or is it Lesbos here we come?... ahhhh just kidding. Had to put a dig in there somewhere.
LONG LIVE THE BATTLE OF THE SEXES!!!
I hope this remains a rumor and that I am wrong about Hilllary joining the ticket, but if not, I think the Dems will be that much tougher.
UPDATE: Just in case you guys forgot how awesome I am.
As for SNL skit, I thought it was pretty good. If McCain/Palin win, looks like Fey will never have to worry about work, at least, not for the next 4 years.
Sunday, September 14, 2008
Saturday, September 13, 2008
Glenn Beck points out that Olbermann gave Obama a bit of advice to work against McCain and it seems that Obama took it to heart.
OLBERMANN: At your convention, maybe the most compelling speech in Denver was that one strongly voiced word, "Enough." A lot of people who have felt angry about what's been done to this country in the last seven or eight years have that same sense of urgency and simplicity to it. Have you thought of using on the campaign trail and in your speaking engagements more exclamation points? Have you thought of getting angrier?
Now read the words of Obama when responding to the "lipstick on a pig" comment
OBAMA: Because then we go another year or another four years or another eight years without addressing the issues that matter to you. Enough!
Now check out this cartoon from Sept. 5th. Obama almost echoes it word for word.
John McCain says he's about change too. Exce- and and so I guess his whole angle is - watch out, George Bush - except for economic policy, healthcare policy, tax policy, education policy, foreign policy, and Karl-Rove-style politics, we're really gonna shake things up in Washington.
That's not change.
That's that's just callin' sumpin' the same thing somethin' different.
But you know, you can't, you know, you you can put, ah, lipstick on a pig, it's still a pig.
Friday, September 12, 2008
No wait, this is bad.
Too bad we now have to listen to CAIR whine about it. The teacher should be fired on that alone.
Why can't you stand her, Pam, does she represent everything you are not? Me thinks so.
UPDATE: Not all of Holllywood in a panic.
Thursday, September 11, 2008
Is it public education? Is it health care? Medicare? Medicaid? Social Security? Taxes? Corporate Bailouts? Minimum wage? Welfare? Powder our bottoms? What?
The #1 job of any and all Presidents is to keep Americans and America safe from domestic and foreign attacks.
A++ to this President
Now what do all these dates have in common?
December 2001, May 2002, September 2002, May 2003, June 2003, August 2004, August 2004, August 2004, June 2005, August 2005, December 2005, February 2006, April 2006, June 2006, July 2006, August 2006, March 2007, May 2007, June 2007, September 2007
Read this to find out
UPDATE: Bush 7 Terrorists 0 by Ann Coulter
"A woman who signs up to protect her country is more likely to be raped by a fellow soldier than killed by enemy fire," said Rep. Jane Harman (D-CA),...
Also, sexual assault is what exactly? Rape? A slap on the ass? I need to know the criteria before I disband our Armed Forces on this one,.
"Keep in mind, technically, had I meant it this way, [Palin] would be the
lipstick. The failed policies of John McCain would be the pig, just following
the logic of this illogical situation,"
kinda remind you of when O.J. said something like, "I didn't murder them white people, but here is how I would have done it."
It is like he wants to admit that he meant what he said, but instead of coming out and saying, "I called Palin a pig" or "McCain's policies a pig and her the lipstick" or whatever... Instead he chooses to imply it. What I see going through his mind is, "I am only speaking hyopthetically when talking about this whole lipstick business. I should just try to drop the subject all together, but I just can't seem to."
Sen. John McCain and Sen. Barack Obama are at Ground Zero for a ceremony to mark the 7th anniversary of the September 11th attacks. Both candidates later speak at the Service Nation Summit Presidential Candidates Forum at Columbia University. Earlier in the day, Sen. Obama has a working lunch with Former President Bill Clinton.
Sure, we could get into the semantics of pro vs. con for every step of the process (using water in times of scarceness, chemicals, bacteria, etc.), but we should be addressing 2 issues that affect our environment.
1. Reducing waste that goes to the landfills. I see that ******* has a recycling program, so that shouldn’t be an issue. I don’t know where that money goes too, but I would think it goes back into the service of providing free bottled water and soda to the employees.
2. The other issue is what can ******* do to reduce greenhouse gases? Production and transportation of the bottled water more than cancels the environmental benefit of any recycling, manufacturer to the distributor, then from the distributor to EACH of ******** buildings. I think mention should be made here of the amount of electricity expended in running the number of vending machines on each floor at ********.
Americans are spoiled. Or I should say, people that live in America. They like things the way they are accustomed to. They like to have what they want (conveniently), and they don't want to sacrifice. They've never had to sacrifice much, and change is discomforting. And they don't want anyone suggesting that they change their ways. I remember when I was a kid, we used to drink out of the garden house while we played outside (yes, I did say played outside). We used the tap, with a water filter. So I guess what people are trying to say is, the government does not regulate our tap water to be safe or clean enough for consumption by millions of people, so we need to drink purified water? Well, most watered bottled is from the same source.
And we should definitely get rid of the paper cups.
I love the use of the word "semantics" right out of the gate to put the uneducated masses on their heels. Such a smart sounding word. And since when is wanting things to be convenient such a bad thing? But what else? Let's see:
Completely disregarding the person's concerns? Check!
Purporting to be an expert on every aspect of recycling, including production and finance? Check!
Attacking the Ugly Americans and their lack of hardship or sacrifice? Check!
Attacking the intelligence of the Ugly Americans? You bet!
Great stuff. All day every day for me here.
Wednesday, September 10, 2008
But it is clearly an issue that to many people, both Republicans and Democrats, is solely responsible for their choice of candidate. So they have battles about it back and forth.... back and forth... back and forth...
Now it appears that Democrat, Carol Fowler, has gone one step further and turned this argument into a weapon. And you can probably guess who she used it against.
Alright, alright, don't guess. I'll just tell you. It was used against Sarah Palin. I know, what a shocker.
Here is what she said.
“Palin’s primary qualification seems to be that she hasn’t had an abortion.”
Oh man, they are scared. Oh man, oh man, oh man, they are scared. When that is the best that chairwoman can think of then you know they don't have anything on her yet and they are reaching.
For real? The actuary tables say there's a "good chance" that McCain won't survive his first term of office and that soccer mom Sarah Palin will have to square off against the likes of Vladmir Putin. News flash, dipshit, if Obama wins hten there is a 100% chance that that unqualified candidate will have to square off with the likes of Putin. All while representing from a party with a history of weak, limp-wristed foreign policy. What could be more terrifying than that?
And the dinosaur crack? I'm no creationist, but what in the world does that have to do with nuclear codes? I have no problem putting the nuclear codes in the hands of a person of faith. But this speaks to the entire core of beliefs of liberal Hollywood. That A)anyone who believes differently than me is craaaazy and B)the Catholics are still out to kill or convert the world so they can't be trusted with weapons of mass distruction! It's the crusades all over again! What an asshole.
I thought to myself "what is the use?... To the average voter, it will just seem like the same old back and forth B.S. that people accuse both Republicans and Democrats of doing. Why waste my time?" But as I thought about it further, it isn't Republicans and Democrats. It's Barack Obama. He is in a league of his own and he is juvenile.
But instead of further stating my own opinions about the situation, I think I will quote some of my favorites that I've read today.
'What if McCain said, "If you put a pantsuit on a Pig... then it is still a Pig."' - heard that on the Laura Ingraham show
"When Obama denies having targeted Palin, keep in mind that everyone instantly made the connection." - Hugh Hewitt
'Wasn't it Obama who said words matter by constantly repeating "Just Words? Just Words?"' - couldn't find the link but I read that in a comments box.
And my favorite one in response to Obama's comment "Phony outrage"
"Yo, Barry, how about spare us your whole phony self?" - Bashman at Patdollard.com
Last but not least, straight from the pigs mouth
“I hope you guys are up for a fight. I hope you guys are game because I haven’t been putting up with 19 months of airplanes and hotel food and missing my babies and my wife – I didn’t put up for that stuff just to come in second,” he said. “I don’t believe in coming in second. The American people can’t afford for us to come in second.” - Barack Obama
In case you missed it, here is the video. Notice the audience laughing half way through the supposed "phony outrage."
It seems to me that caring about such things would, in effect, bring about self imposed affirmative action and that would lead us to vote for candidates based on our hearts rather than our minds. (by the way, I am in no way suggesting that Obama has done so well because he is black, but I am suggesting that I certainly have no compulsion to vote for the DIRTY LOUSY SCUM SUCKING Dem because he is black)
Affirmative action is one of the more disgusting forms of government mandates as it is and Thomas has it right when he says that African-Americans are better served by colorblind programs than affirmative action. I'll go one step further and say that we are all better served with colorblind programs, as well as, colorblind voting records.
Tuesday, September 09, 2008
Maybe its a bit of each?
I believe the latin root for left is the word Sinister. In Italian, the word for left is Sinistra.
In my world view (of course people will differ with me), this all makes sense. The Right in the US tend to hold up God and Country, things which are wholesome. Now of course we are human, and mistakes are made. The Right is held accountable more so than the Left for things seen as hypocritical. So be it.
The Left tend to seek different or new paths. They don't seem to realize that no idea is new, and its all been done and shown as incorrect before, but I digress. In my view of things, these paths tend towards things which are dangerous or immoral.
Yep, I understand that terms like "dangerous" and "immoral" are relative, but I don't believe in too much relativism.
Anyway, just something I've always wondered.
Monday, September 08, 2008
So far, the man has a been %100 wrong on every issue. And when I say wrong I mean on his judgment not his opinions.
Wrong on the surge
Wrong on Georgia
Wrong on Biden (I still say this decision, like with so many of his others, will be changed if the polls get any worse)
and wrong on the economy. Look at this He admits that rescinding the Bush tax cuts is not a good idea.
Friday, September 05, 2008
Biden has had like two near death aneurysms. It wont be that hard to get a doctors note saying he is unfit to run for VP. After the rockin' RNC this week and Palin having the response she had, McCain topping Obama in the ratings and there being no DNC bounce, the Dems are panicking and running out of options. They need Hillary back.
It would be extremely unethical, but the Dems will justify it in their minds by saying, "the Republicans already played dirty by bringing in Palin to steal Clinton voters. All we are doing is taking back what is rightfully ours." Doesn't matter to them that maybe, after Palin's strong performance, Palin proved she is the right pick for the job. This is POWER we are talking about, boy, and the Dems will be damned if they lose it again.
So says I.
UPDATE: Giggle, snort
Advisers to Mrs. Clinton said that she stood ready to help the Obama-Biden ticket, but they urged the campaign not to overestimate the impact Mrs. Clinton could have, noting that she had other commitments this fall, like campaigning and raising money for Senate candidates. Obama aides insisted the Clinton trip had been in the works before Ms. Palin was named the running mate.
(commitments my butt. What is more important, campaigning for the Senate, which is already a lock for the Democrats, or the presidency? If the Dems win the Presidency, they will control all three branches of power and they could appoint new supreme court judges. It will be a liberal heaven. Clinton is so getting the VP nod... I think)
Wednesday, September 03, 2008
Want to follow his travels? Check out his online diary that starts up this Sunday.
It will be sad to see him go, but I know he will be alright since China just demonstrated How To Uncloak An Invisible Object.
"Cloaking is an important problem since invisibility can help survival in hostile environment," says Huanyang Chen of Shanghai Jiao Tong University in China. He and his colleagues have proposed a theoretical "anti-cloak" that would partially cancel the effect of the invisibility cloak, which is another important problem as it turns out.
Worst thing is (and when I say the worst I mean the best) that all this negative advertising is just going to promote tonights speech that much more. More advertising equals more people tuning in and when the people get to know her even better, the Dems will become petrified.
I love it.
He gave an amazing endorsement of McCain and is a must see speech.
Long one though.... If you can't get through it all, start at around 7:40, you wont be sorry.
UPDATE: AceOfspades made a great a point that I think easily sums up the two sides.
"The most striking thing about the first real night of the Republican convention was the stark contrast it provided with the Democrats who gathered in Denver. The chants of O-BA-MA were replaced with U-S-A."
Tuesday, September 02, 2008
Bush giving a speech, Lieberman (a man who was thrown to wolves by his own party) and finally, hillbilly favorite, Fred Thompson.
Bush speaking at this thing is a major statement and I think it is the right move.
Sure focus will be on Bristol's pregnancy, depending on which channel you watch, but now that there are reports that Biden's daughter was arrested outside a lesbian bar....