From the daily archives:

Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Where’s The Rest of the Story Mr. Cameron?

November 5, 2008

The smears against Sarah Palin continue.  Earlier today, Fox News’ Carl Cameron gleefully “reported” a number of claims about Sarah Palin that are designed to undermine her future in the Republican Party.  According to Cameron, Palin did not realize that Africa was a continent, repeatedly threw temper tantrums, was a shopaholic, and answered hotel doors [...]

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80s Flashback: Big Fun

November 5, 2008

The other day I stumbled across the words “big fun” at some random place I can’t remember.  What I do remember is the memory those words triggered, Claire Huxtable flipping out on Vanessa for sneaking out to a concert in Baltimore for some “big fun.”  This video is comedy gold straight from the 1980s.

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Obama’s Impending International Crisis

November 5, 2008

Boy, that didn’t take long.  Obama gets elected President, and we are already seeing Vice-President Elect Joe Biden’s prediction of a pending international crisis coming true.  Russian President President Dmitry Medvedev announced today that Russia would be deploying missiles along the Polish boarder in response to our deployment of missile defense in Poland.  At the same [...]

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Ryan’s Take on Last Night’s Debacle

November 5, 2008

For the record, I believe Sal is right on with his critique of the failures of Republicans to embrace the time-tested Conservative path to victory, and I also firmly agree with Mike that our innate happiness should not be determined by the outcomes of elections.  I can’t really add too much more to the discussion [...]

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Conservative Republicans Back in Opposition

November 5, 2008

Barack Obama is now the President-Elect of the United States.  For that, he deserves to be congratulated and subjected to an honest and spirited opposition.  By “spirited opposition,” I don’t mean the kind of insanity and dishonesty we saw out of the left for the last eight years.  I mean the kind of opposition that [...]

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The State of Conservatism

November 5, 2008

The election is over, most of the votes are counted, and we lost.  All the talk of the polls and samplings, strategy and talking points, ads and stump speeches are now over, and we have a new President-elect.  McCain was graceful in his defeat, and we move forward.  As it stands at this hour, it [...]

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