You can’t write a political autobiography without “courage” or “lead” in the title. Pretty arrogant to call yourself courageous, don’t you think? Advertisements
The party of Ned Flanders goes on the attack: Better shirtless than godless.
Ask a strategist or operative a probing question and they’re liable to respond with a famously cynical quote turned hackneyed political cliche. “I’m shocked, shocked my party is … (take … Continue Reading The Capt. Renault deflection
It’s the party’s fault, not hers. This from the candidate who didn’t bother to hide her contempt for traditional shoe leather campaigning. Coakley bristles at the suggestion that, with so … Continue Reading coakley campaign: we’re not to blame
A pretty deplorable flier sent out by the Coakley campaign. This may put Scott Brown over the top in Massachusetts.
The disgraced former governor of Illinois says he’s blacker than Obama because his father owned a laundromat. (Tip o’ the cap to Marcus for the Lionel line)
A federally appointed public health task force recommends turning *medical convention on its ear, yet no specialists were consulted. The task force acknowledged that mammograms can save lives and fear … Continue Reading you can’t save lives AND money
Disgraced former Illinois governor Rod Blagojevich is on Larry King, quoting Rudyard Kipling, the Bible and every political cliche ever uttered. There’s no new news regarding his pending corruption trial, … Continue Reading a new low for cnn
Think of it this way: No more gawdawful campaign commercials.
Chambliss, Martin stump today Palin, Ludacris, former Miss Alaska campaigning
Named after congressman Paul Broun, who compared Obama to Hitler, the Brounie is awarded to Georgia politicians who make an ass of themselves, by word or deed. This week’s winner: … Continue Reading and the brounie goes too …
Terry McAuliffe is apparently under the delusion that people find him likable. Former Democratic National Committee chairman Terry McAuliffe signed papers Monday signaling a possible run for governor next year … Continue Reading the ghost of jefferson must intercede