May 8, 2008
As I’ve been saying for over a year now, Obama is the GOP’s preferred nominee, why else would Rove be schooling him on how to beat Hillary?
Now it’s official…
Limbaugh says, “I now believe he would be the weakest of the Democrat nominees,” Limbaugh, among the most powerful voices in conservative radio, said on his program. “I now urge the Democrat supereldegates to make your mind up and publicly go for Obama.”
February 1, 2008
This is a great video from the British liberal newspaper The Guardian showing just how “open” and “new” his campaign is. Give it a few minutes before it gets good…
January 31, 2008
News today of another endorsement for Barack Obama, this one perhaps more succinctly pointing out the dichotomy between the idea of a President Obama and the reality of one. The NY Post’s editorial board endorsed Obama today in a bombastic piece that devoted more column inches to the alleged negatives of a Clinton presidency than to the benefits of an Obama one. Granted, the Post is the closest thing in the legitimate US press to a true British tabloid, but still, let’s go point by point, shall we?
January 30, 2008
Of course, he doesn’t want the public to believe that, and as usual, the mainstream media is more than willing to sing his tune.
In his typical George W Bush style, Barack Obama has smugly dismissed the millions of votes cast in tonight’s Florida democratic primary. This dismissive attitude hearkens back to his attempt to frame himself as the winner in Nevada due to having gained one delegate more than Clinton, despite Clinton’s clear win with the majority of the votes. In eight years W hasn’t been able to convince us that delegates are more important than the votes of individual citizens, and neither will Barack Obama.
In the face of his crushing defeat in Florida, Obama claimed that Florida didn’t matter because Read the rest of this entry »