Anti-Obama blogs locked on Blogger:
I spoke to several of the bloggers who had accounts locked and every single one was convinced that it was Obama supporters who had flagged the blogs in some kind of concerted effort to silence them. But when I asked for specific evidence of this, most simply pointed out that only [...]
And this guy wants to be our president:
An advisor, Daniel Kurtzer, to Barack Obama says that Obama didn’t realize what he was saying to AIPAC when he used the term ”undivided” in reference to Jerusalem.
Holy crap, that’s just bad.
Now, Rev. Wright says that criticism is an attack on the “black church”. From all the vile spewage we’ve seen from him, I’d say that criticism is roundly deserved. Being black doesn’t excuse stupid, racist garbage.
But then, what do I know? I’m just an Typical White Person.
Change seems to be the latest buzzword in politics these days, so I figured I would examine it a bit. Right away, it should be obvious that “change” is nothing but an empty word when it is invoked without context — and the Obama campaign has provided little context. So, I’m going to go out [...]
Here is an interesting article which argues that a Fred Thompson is not only desirable, but inevitable.
Conventional wisdom is hardening around the proposition that Fred Dalton Thompson is too lazy, ill-prepared, tired, old, lackluster, inexperienced, inconsistent and bald to make a successful run for President.
Of course, conventional wisdom rarely gets anything right. When it does, [...]
I’ve gotten quite bored with writing about politics, or even thinking about politics. I used to engage in political debate with gusto, and enjoyed it, but now the whole enterprise just makes me weary. Maybe it’s something to do with turning 30.
Or, maybe it’s because of the stunning incompetence of the Republican Party. With a [...]
I ran across this article today, which sums up the lies and selective memory of the left. Excerpts:
Yet even stipulating–which I do only for the sake of argument–that no weapons of mass destruction existed in Iraq in the period leading up to the invasion, it defies all reason to think that Mr. Bush was lying [...]
My own opinion about the drubbing the Republicans received last night:
It was well deserved. Was it a referendum on Iraq? Partly. But more importantly, the Republicans had abandoned their principles of limited government and fiscal discipline. Instead, they embraced pork, entitlement, and corruption. They’re now paying for it.
I just wish I could say that the [...]
Today’s New York Times clearly admits that Saddam had the knowledge to build an atom bomb. (Original article here, via Drudge Report. Article reproduced here.)
Last March, the federal government set up a Web site to make public a vast archive of Iraqi documents captured during the war. The Bush administration did so under pressure from [...]