Seat Florida’s delegates!

March 7, 2008

Now that the seating of Florida’s delegates has come to the forefront in this election, it’s important to understand why the Florida election was legitimate as it stands. In that vein, I’m re-posting one of the first postings I wrote for this blog below. The reasons that Florida should have been considered a great victory for Hillary are the same reasons why the delegates must be seated.

Obama loses bigtime in Florida..

democrats_florida_primary.jpgOf 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 Read the rest of this entry »

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Obama, Wellstone a “gadfly.”

March 6, 2008

obama_3.jpgI watched with nausea as Obama spoke a while back in Minneapolis and praised and praised the popular former senator from Minnesota, Paul Wellstone, who unfortunately was killed several years ago in a plane crash.

I couldn’t help but think of David Sirota’s article about Obama in The Nation, Mr. Obama goes to Washington, in which Obama refers to Wellstone as a gadfly.  Gadfly is defined as; a persistent irritating critic; a nuisance.

In a similar vein and a must read is Harper’s Magazine’s, Barack Obama Inc.


Obama’s Lie of the Day: I won Michigan!

March 6, 2008

Obama’s lies are so brazen it’s just unbelievable.  Perhaps more unbelievable is how the media continues to ignore them.

This morning on The Today Show, Obama claimed that he won Michigan, a state where he wasn’t even on the ballot.  Maybe he’s just delusional….

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Obama Kept Contributions From Accused Fixer’s Wife And Others

March 6, 2008

storyh.jpgApparently Obama thinks pointing out contributions from Rezko’s wife is “casting a wide net.” More strange Obamalogic…

From ABC News;

ABCNews.com Analysis Shows the Campaign Still Hasn’t Returned More Than $100,000 in Questionable Contributions

By AVNI PATEL

Jan. 28, 2008—

Despite claims over the weekend from Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Barack Obama that his campaign had given away all the donations connected to accused fixer Antoin “Tony” Rezko, the campaign has not returned Read the rest of this entry »


Obama knocked out…

March 6, 2008

obama-ec.jpgEd Morrisey writes;

Barack Obama could be excused for believing two weeks ago that he had nothing more than a flower-strewn path to the nomination. Women fainted in his presence, the media loved telling the story of the new Bobby Kennedy, and Hillary Clinton appeared to have all but conceded in her last debate. A funny thing happened on the way to Obama’s coronation, however Read the rest of this entry »


Obama’s Weaker Support With Democrats

March 4, 2008

hills.jpg400394507_a374d29cd5.jpgAccording to the latest Pew Center Poll;

Obama would lose one quarter of Hillary supporters in the general election. A quarter of Democrats (25%) who back Clinton for the nomination say they would favor McCain in a general election test against Obama. The “defection” rate among Obama’s supporters if Clinton wins the nomination is far lower; just 10% say they would vote for McCain in November, while 86% say they would back Clinton.

“Obamacans” – those Republicans who are supporting Obama — are outnumbered two-to-one by what we would have to call “McCainocrats.”  There goes Obama’s theory of winning the election by converting republicans.


Come on guys; I answered like eight questions. We’re running late.

March 4, 2008

barack_obama004-med.jpgThose were Obama’s words as he curtly walked out on a press conference earlier today, a sign of the continuing deterioration of the relationship between Obama and the press.  As the Rezko trial begins and more and more evidence mounts that Obama has been rather untruthful (shocking!) with the press about his relationship with Rezko.

From Obama’s best friend in the media MSNBC;

From NBC/NJ’s Aswini Anburajan
SAN ANTONIO, Texas — Led by the Chicago press corps that has covered Obama for years, the candidate today faced a barrage of questions in what turned out to be a contentious news conference.
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