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Organized Effort Against Rush No Surprise

March 4, 2009

Democrat Party lackeys Rahm Emmanuel, Stanley Greenberg, Paul Begala and James Carville had been purposely targeting Rush Limbaugh as the new focus of evil in the modern world, according to the Politico today.  No surprise here — they got all they could from picking on Sarah Palin, who’s getting back to a normalcy in Alaska.  So, they took [...]

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Look Who Showed Up to Lunch

January 7, 2009

From right to left Jimmah, Bubba, Dubya, The Emperor Zero Most High Merciful and Beneficent Lord Barack Hussein Obama, and Bush 41 all had lunch together at the White House today.  This kind of lunch encounter hasn’t happened since Reagan had Nixon, Ford and Jimmah over to chat too back in the day.   Today, the President Club ate [...]

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A Lot of Talk About Reagan Today

October 22, 2008

What to do with Ronald Wilson Reagan?  Some nowadays call the Reagan Revolution dead.  The Forbes piece I linked too has so many holes in it that it’s hardly worth addressing each point, and obviously was not written by anyone who made it passed PoliSci 202.  Republicans have acted stupid, whiny, impressionable and lately want to be liked [...]

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Obama’s Opting out of Public Funds

June 19, 2008

Obama on “FOX News Sunday,” April 27, 2008, discussing the issue public financing: Obama today.  He does this kind of thing a lot. This makes Obama and Richard Nixon the only two Presidential candidates since Watergate to fund their campaigns totally with unlimited private funds.  Economically, it’s a smart move by Obama, but politically it is a very [...]

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Historians: McCain’s Going to Lose

June 15, 2008

According to this Politico story, historians (mostly liberal ones rooting for Obama I sure) give McCain a small chance of winning in the Fall.  (The rest of this post may seem like a little inside baseball if you’re not an historian.) One historian compared this election to 1932, when FDR trounced Hoover.  Another compared it [...]

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