Monthly Archives: January 2008

Mitt-This Presidential Election Is Not About Yesterday, It’s About Tomorrow

From my MittMail “Almost, but not quite.  You guys are my heroes.  You took this campaign from nowhere to the very top tier.  You worked your hearts our and you made me a contender and for that, Ann and I and our family will be forever grateful. Thank you so very much. “Now, I just […]

Silky And Rudy Dropping Out

Proving once again that the American people can take only so much of hypocrites, even in politics. It’s funny: the Nutroots bashed Bush constantly for his “vacations,” yet loved Silky, a guy with one of the worst, if not the worst, Senate attendance records during his 6 year. There is a reason a liberal North […]

WTW: The Maverick Pulls It Out On Tuesday

  Morning, y’all Jebediah Murphy here with some of that truthiness stuff. Apparently, quite a few Florida seniors thought they were voting for Pat Buchannan Sen. John McCain last night became the man to beat for the Republican presidential nomination, edging out Mitt Romney to win the Florida primary and ending the bid of one-time […]

Club G’itmo Lawyers For B. Hussein Obama

Why am I not surprised? More than 80 volunteer lawyers for Guantanamo Bay detainees today endorsed Illinois Senator Barack Obama’s presidential bid. The attorneys said in a joint statement that they believed Obama was the best choice to roll back the Bush-Cheney administration’s detention policies in the war on terrorism and thereby to “restore the […]

Senate Dems Have Their Own StimulASS Package

Good news. The chances of seeing an economic stimulus package anytime soon just died The chairman of the Senate Finance Committee yesterday unveiled a rival plan to stimulate the economy, offering a $500 check to virtually every American – including low-income seniors and rich financiers – in a direct challenge to the bipartisan deal reached […]

Which Presidential Candidate Is The Most Website Friendly?

For those familiar with Fred! Thompson’s website, all you Fredheads out there, you knew that it was pretty website friendly. And, by that, I mean there were plenty of Fred! sponsored downloads that one could put on ones personal website, particularly blog sidebars and embedded in the main index, single post, or comments files. He […]

TLF: Transform America

I’m not quite sure when Gov. Kathleen Sebelius (D-Kansas) actually said “transform,” but, like all the other liberals that hate America, it appears that the Credentialed Media at CNN sure want that to happen. So, the Dems trotted up Gov. Sebelius, appropriately dressed as a mannequin (or is she usually that stiff?). You remember her. […]

House Plays The Offset Game

They would have been better off playing the lottery The House of Representatives has presumably learned that money cannot buy love or happiness. Now, it turns out it’s not a sure solution to climate guilt, either. It obviously cannot buy brains, either. Read the rest.

NY Times Asks How Bloggers Should Be Treated

It started with an article about Target blowing off a question from a blogger Target to the blogosphere: you’re irrelevant. That was the message the cheap-chic retailer seemed to convey in an abrupt e-mail message to ShapingYouth.org, a blog about the impact of marketing on children. Early this month, the blog’s founder, Amy Jussel, called […]

Romney Slaps McCain’s Tax Hike

Via Sith Master Rusty, a Mitt! press release By our calculation, a family of four would have to spend about an extra $1,000 a year if McCain-Lieberman became law. And again that’s because gasoline would rise in price by approximately .50 cents a gallon and natural gas would rise about 20 percent….. And what’s particularly […]

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