Until next time.

June 18, 2008

Thank you to all who have read our posts, commented, emailed, and spread the truth.

We wish the outcome had been different, that the will of the people to have Hillary be the nominee had been respected, but, as we learned in 2000, American democracy can at times be quite illusory. Yet we have not been trampled into a state of depressive submission; instead we are emboldened. We look forward to 2012, when we will say hello again to the true victor of this year’s race, Hillary Clinton. As for Obama, the close of the primary season is really the beginning of a long goodbye, one that will end in November. Obama will be a blip in history, which is sad really, as he held such promise in our eyes only a few years ago. That’s the difference though, Obama promised, Hillary delivered.

Here’s to you Hillary we’ll see you soon…

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Hillary speaks to us…

May 17, 2008

Hillary Clinton recently held a conference call with blogger supporters; I recommend listening to it. Sincere brilliance. Click here.


The truth about the candidate’s pledge regarding Florida and Michigan…

April 25, 2008

Be sure to watch the video in full. The media keeps pretending there was an agreement by the candidates not to seat the delegates from Florida and Michigan. One guess as to who the continuing misinformation campaign benefits…


Think the media isn’t sexist?

April 8, 2008

It’s undeniable. It’s disgusting. It’s shameful.


Factcheck.org: Obama and the Oil Industry

April 8, 2008

Obama’s Oil Spill

March 31, 2008

Obama says he doesn’t take money from oil companies. We say that’s a little too slick.

Summary

In a new ad, Obama says, “I don’t take money from oil companies.”

Technically, that’s true, since a law that has been on the books for more than a century prohibits corporations from giving money directly to any federal candidate. But that doesn’t distinguish Obama from his rivals in the race.

We find the statement misleading: Read the rest of this entry »


Factcheck.org: Clinton’s and Obama’s contributions are not qualitatively different, and quantitatively, Clinton has the edge.

April 8, 2008

Substance Abuse

April 1, 2008

A widely forwarded e-mail claims that Obama’s bills are more substantive and numerous than Clinton’s. Don’t believe it.

Summary

A misleading e-mail Read the rest of this entry »


FactCheck.org points to media libeling of Clinton accomplishments.

April 8, 2008

Giving Hillary Credit for SCHIP

March 18, 2008

Despite disparagement from political rivals, we find she deserves ample credit for expanding children’s health insurance.

Summary

One of Clinton’s signature claims has come under fire from political foes, quoted Read the rest of this entry »