Friday, August 29, 2008

McCain selects Palin

No word yet on whether Chris Matthews has felt anything running up his leg.

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Tuesday, August 26, 2008

One more ad Obama doesn't want you to see

Obama apparently doesn't think we have been reading enough of the Bible. Talk about taking things out of context.


Watch the ad that Obama doesn't want you to see

Why is Obama's campaign trying to supress the voice of The American Issues Project? It might be because the campaign does not want you to know about Obama's known ties to terrorist Bill Ayers. Via Bill Hobbs.


Monday, August 25, 2008

The impact of racism

This Slate article is another in the never-ending series of articles that we are bombarded with that suggest that if Obama loses, it will be because of racism. It completely ignores another argument which is at least as likely, if not more so: if Obama wins, it will be because of racism.

There are probably more blacks who vote for Obama solely because he is black than there are whites who vote against him solely because he is black. The Obama campaign knows this and will try to take advantage of it. For example, in a possible swing state such as Georgia, watch carefully where the Obama "Get Out the Vote" effort will be focused.

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Monday, August 18, 2008

What is the CBS agenda?

Reuters, which is normally rather biased in its coverage, has the following headline regarding Lowe's earnings: "Lowe's posts higher-than-expected profit". For the same earnings report, Marketwatch (owned by CBS) has the following headline: "Housing malaise eats into Lowe's net". It's almost like they want to take every single opportunity to make it look like the country is going down the tubes, as that would be consistent with their pre-election, pro-Democrat agenda.


Thursday, August 07, 2008

Great McCain Ad

Watch as a slew of Democrats praise John McCain. I guess they were just taken out of context. Some view this ad as racist. I am not surprised. /sarcasm

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Wednesday, August 06, 2008

It's all about race

All I can say about this article is that we are in for a long election if everything has to be made about race. The author take issue with the same article that I discussed in this post. While the WSJ article was stupid, to suggest that "skinny" is a proxy for "race" is about as dumb as it gets. I suspect that I will be proven wrong and that "dumber" is yet to come from these clowns.

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Friday, August 01, 2008

Wal-Mart has it figured out

A Democrat victory will be bad news for businesses and consumers. Wal-Mart is concerned that it will lead to unionization of its stores. If the sheep in this country cannot figure out that Wal-Mart's stockholders will not take the hit on this, they deserve what they get. If you want higher prices at Wal-Mart, vote Democrat.


Obama Answers the Age-Old Question of the Value of a Vote

Apparently, Obama thinks a family's votes can be bought for $1,000. I think his economic plan should be labeled the "Robin Hood Plan." He wants to steal value from companies that are undoubtedly held in your 401(k) plan to buy votes.


He's just too fit to be President!

Give me a break. Now the Wall Street Journal has an article that suggests that Barack Hussein Obama is "too fit" to be President. The article paints Obama as Mr. Fitness and McCain as Mr. Dunkin Doughnut. Obama is tall and skinny while McCain is short and his weight is "slightly above average" (at 165 lbs). Have these people nothing else to obsess about? Let's just stop electing Presidents based on their qualifications and go directly to handsome, fitness, height and public speaking ability. Perhaps Toastmasters International can provide us with a quality candidate.

I try to avoid being crude on this blog, but perhaps the Journal should just ask both candidates to "whip it out" so we can have yet another pointless "measure" of each man. It's clear that the candidates respective qualifications and ideologies have nothing to do with this election.

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