(Source) ”I think the one candidate of the three still out there on our side that matter… in saying who more closely embodies all three legs of this conservative stool, … Continue Reading Remember when conservatives loved Mitt Romney?
Fox News host Eric Bolling pulled a Rudy Giuliani on Wednesday, asserting that there were no terrorist attacks on “American soil” during President Bush’s term in office. More proof that … Continue Reading Noted & Quoted, amnesia edition
Hyperbole and hyper-partisanship were alive and well on the net this year. Here’s two of the worst offenders, left and right (second link via Andrew Sullivan). Imagine had the Democratic … Continue Reading the blogosphere said what!?!
Memo to that plumber dude: It’s 15 minutes, not months (or, God forbid, years). Now the opportunist is “appalled” at the man who made him a star. “When I was … Continue Reading is he still here?
Martin Luther King Jr.’s home church, Ebenezer Baptist in Atlanta, reacts to Obama’s victory:
My evening began “Outside the Perimeter,” in Cumming, where I was assigned to gather voter reaction: The mood was not quite as buoyant at Spondivits up in Cumming where a … Continue Reading a lot can change in four hours and 40 miles
I felt genuine sympathy for John McCain as he delivered his concession last night. Foiled again, thanks in large part to the fiendish Dr. Moreau (Karl Rove, Dick Cheney, take … Continue Reading the real loser
Obama captures roughly 100 more electoral votes than McCain. In Georgia, Obama and senatorial candidate Jim Martin prevail by the slimmest of margins. Overall, Democrats fall just short of a … Continue Reading predictions
Thought you might enjoy this dispatch from Buffalo native John Romano, spirited as always: You won’t read about this in the liberal media. I tried to call that Rusty Limbo … Continue Reading last gasp of the angry white man
Only one candidate promises immediate economic growth — “in the spring,” he says. He’s optimistic and vague (or is it vaguely optimistic) and not at all intellectual. Vote Chauncey!
Eight months before his upset win in the Iowa Primary, I predicted Barack Obama would be elected the nation’s 44th president. Obama represents a sea change — in philosophy, appeal … Continue Reading 4/27/07: why obama will win the presidency
The Petty Queer Establishment never misses an opportunity to perpetrate the caricature: It’s also a glamour job — inasmuch as any ink-stained gig can be glamorous — that keeps you … Continue Reading please, don’t take us seriously