From the daily archives:

Sunday, September 28, 2008

The Bailout Draft Fiasco

September 28, 2008

No real down-home American can stomach the $700 billion Wall Street bailout suggestion of Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson so rumor has it Congress has a draft bill going around which will do something different: $250 billion immediately + $100 billion a bit later + $350 billion thereafter = Ok… carry the one… all right…  $700 billion?!? [...]

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Evaluating SNL Political Satire

September 28, 2008

I am not one opposed to political satire, whether it be against my own candidate or the opposition, when it is done well.  For example, I thought the first SNL skit two weeks ago of Tina Fey as Sarah Palin was hilariously funny.  This week, however, I thought that the SNL skit at the top of [...]

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McCain Supporters in Manhattan

September 28, 2008

They’re open-minded. They’re peaceful. They’re intellectual. They’re tolerant. At least that’s what liberals tell us all the time. Kudos to those McCain supporters who recently put liberals’ self-proclaimed virtues to the test by merely walking through the streets of Manhattan’s Upper West Side. Here are the results. Charming.

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WARNING: ACORN Voter Fraud Alert

September 28, 2008

The community organization ACORN ( Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now ) has had a real pattern of voter fraud through a history of sketchy registration practices and embezzlement.  They are die-in-the-wool Democrats rooting for Barack Obama obviously.  ACORN also has successfully gotten their hands into a Congressional slush fund designed to hook up low-income people with risky home-loans.  Believe it [...]

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