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By Barbara Gordon - Posted on 12 October 2008
No. Especially if Ms Palin keeps rambling like that.
Below is Ms Palin's statement on GWB's decision to remove N. Korea from the axis of evil triumvirat:
“Having worked on this strategy for quite some time, I have faith…that they’re making this wise decision. And North Korea, of course, better live up to its end of the bargain there, in speaking with the other countries whom they’ve been working with, in promising the verification. That end of the bargain has got to be lived up to,” she told reporters, putting the onus on Pyongyang rather than Washington.
What the hell did she say?????
I will not throw the first punch, but I will certainly throw the last...BHO
How will McCain spin that one? What's that sound . . . that's the sound of the Straight Talk Express backing over Palin.
Palin: the new blonde.
P.S. And those other countries??? huh?
Stop the hate. Sign the petition to end incitement to violence by McCain/Palin.
McCain is slowly self-destructing...
How long do you think it'll be before his famous temper explodes and makes Dean look like Shirley Temple?
I gotta $1000 Obama that says it'll be less than 2 weeks!
I love it!
Given McCain's behavior over the last week, I think it's safe to say this video now has some cred.
He's a very angry man.
Oh, I know! The one where he was dressing-down the lady from the POW-MIA hearings - THAT one was really, really bad!
I'm telling you, the more I see and more I learn, I'm convinced that he'd be even worse than Bush... much worse (and that's pretty hard to be.)
They're right...He doesn't look like the guy on all of my other 1000 dollar bills. lol
I'll take this one....
Doesn't he look so young on it? lol
As John McCain struggles for traction in Florida, many Republicans find themselves asking the same question.
Where is McCain's television presence?
From late September through Oct. 4, Barack Obama outspent McCain on TV advertising by more than 3-to-1, according to the University of Wisconsin's Advertising Project. The Illinois Democrat dumped more than $2.1 million into state TV buys, while McCain spent $659,000.
"I don't get it," said a leading Republican consultant who did not want to publicly question the McCain campaign. "They're getting killed on the air." - Link
Obama outspending McCain in several battleground states many times over. McCain has had to abandon Michigan, and he wasted a lot of money on Pennsylvania. That adds up to campaign finance mismanagement.
McCain's have top Republicans second-guessing and starting to distance themselves from the campaign.
Florida: Recently, Charlie Crist, has also been backing away from McCain . . . . . Crist will stump for McCain "if he has the time" . . . Saturday, he skipped a McCain football rally and instead went to Disney World. ouch! that's gotta hurt!
In the primaries, Crist was really out there stumping for and backing McCain. It was very interesting. I live in the Tampa Bay area, and Charlie Crist was all over the news talking about how wonderful it would be to have McCain as our next President. Of course, that was also during the time that it was being said if McCain won the nomination than Charlie Crist would probably be the VP he picked. Once Palin's name was listed as the VP pick, Charlie went quiet except to say "I am just honored to even be considered." Now we haven't seen Crist on the news or any of the rallies.....
And the Obama campaign still has lots more $$$ to spend in Florida. This election could get quite interesting.
Well said, Suzi. We just have to keep the pressure on.
I do think McCain/Palin are barking up the wrong tree in PA. But let them keep going, because that's less $$$ they will have to spend on FL, NC, and VA.
I second that!
I hope EVERYONE reads this article, and passes it around. It certainly puts the ACORN issue into perspective, along with other very interesting commentary. Check it out folks.
Great find, SG!
So it's just a myth that in Chicago they hooked up the voting machines to the overhead trains and every time a train went by, another straight democratic ticket was cast. You know the presidential vote in Chicago went like this :
1952 DDE 837594 AES 998836
1956 DDE 849241 AES 807174
1960 RMN 608639 JFK 1064951
It's possible there was that big of jump just because Kennedy was Catholic.
The general public doesn't equate a few good days in the market with how it translates to their brokerage statements. (That sounds elitist, doesn't it?)
The public hears daily what the DJIA did that day, but they don't get angry/happy until they open their statement. They won't get another one before Nov. 4th.
I've been getting whiplash, too, from McCain's campaign. IMO, people are bothered in general -- they sense that he hasn't chosen strong managers for his campaign; how can we trust him to hire solid managers for this country? Anyone remember, "Brownie, you're doing a heck of a job"? I think people are remembering.
The problems we face will not be solved by the minds that created them.
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