Barack Obama has now been elected the forty-fourth President of the United States. He ran a very organized campaign and has made history as the first man of color to be elected to the nation's highest political office. Democrats have increased their margin of representation over Republicans in both houses of congress and hold a majority in the senate which should allow them to pass almost all legislation they desire. This election can be seen as either a repudiation or an opportunity for the Republicans Party. I see it as a little of both. read more »
In case you ever had that sneaking suspicion that a lot of Democrats just blindly vote for their guy, and are otherwise pretty much uninformed about where that guy really stands on the issues, well, prepare to have your suspicions confirmed.
Check out the following audio, courtesy of Howard Stern, in which he "man on the street reporter" interviews Obama supporters and asks them if they're supporting him "more because he's pro-life, or because he'll keep our troops in Iraq".
I'll let you guess how that went. read more »
...look quick, before it disappears
I know it had to hurt ABC to do it, but the've actually reported on a DEMOCRAT sex scandal...which also seems to involve an effort at a COVERUP by Democrat leadership.
This whole ACORN thing just keeps getting better. And the Republicans are finally getting them in the public's sites. McCain even spoke out about it today (after being asked though) at a town hall/rally.
As I've said before, the bad thing about this financial "crisis" is that it's attracting all the media attention away from the real scandal that they don't want to cover. That being the crooks at Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac...and their buddies in the Democrat party.
Taxpayers for Truth have a new YouTube video out today which does a good job of comparing this scandal to the ones we were treated with wall-to-wall coverage of, (Enron and Tyco, etc.). Bottom line, dozens of times larger. read more »
Don Fowler and John Spratt (D-SC) Have a Laugh at Gulf Coast's Expense Regarding Gustav
Two democrats taking enjoyment in the destruction that is surely to come from Hurricane Gustav and the political gain they are benefiting from due to the storm hitting at the time of the Republican National Convention...
This is about as nauseating and sickening as politics can get; we should hope. read more »
Secretary Rice Gives the Dems One Less Thing to Talk About
As was rumored to happen several weeks ago, it is now becoming a certainty that one of the biggest issues the Democrats were hoping to run on over the next 2 1/2 months is now a moot point. read more »