Bush Stiffs the Troops with Pocket Veto

By |December 29th, 2007|

All because our president wants to protect the Iraqis from lawsuits. I am withholding my approval of H.R. 1585, the "National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2008," because it would imperil billions of dollars of Iraqi assets at a crucial juncture in that nation's reconstruction efforts and because it would undermine the foreign policy [...]

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LATEST FROM IOWA: Obama Turns to Sexism in Final Push

By |December 28th, 2007|

In what is meant to be a closer for his candidacy, Barack Obama went deep.... and dumb. You know, like Axelrod blaming Clinton for Bhutto's assassination dumb. Unless, of course, you think playing the sexism card is a way to run for president in the 21st century. Barack Obama insists his experiences traveling and having [...]

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It’s Al Qaeda… Not so Fast

By |December 28th, 2007|

It's Al Qaeda... Not so Fast Alert the media! Or at least David Axelrod. Hillary Clinton has been unofficially cleared of killing Benazir Bhutto. Former General Wesley Clark said it beautifully today: "This is a time for leadership, not politics. Senator Obama's campaign seems to believe that Senator Clinton's actions led to the tragic events [...]

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Obama Stammers, ‘No, I, I, I, I, I…’ Sticking Up for Axelrod

By |December 28th, 2007|

Obama Stammers, 'No, I, I, I, I, I...' Sticking Up for Axelrod updated compliments TM.com reader "Piper" The Bhutto assassination has the potential to be a game changer. The volatility of foreign affairs and Obama's lack of accomplishments (or interest in running his own committee on them) makes Axelrod's statement all the more dangerous for [...]

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Bhutto Assassination Could be a Change Event

By |December 27th, 2007|

No one was caught looking as clueless as Mike Huckabee, but I'm not sure what to make of Mr. Obama's statement today. Even Chris Matthews called it "cold." I'm stunned he was reading it so mechanically, but even more taken aback that he seemed to have no connection whatsoever to the event itself. Add to [...]

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Obama Camp in Disarray with Axelrod On Damage Control After Bhutto Assassination

By |December 27th, 2007|

Obama Camp in Disarray with Axelrod On Damage Control After Bhutto Assassination Bhutto, Clinton and Chelsea in Pakistan in 1995.Photo: Win McNamee/Getty Images The Obama campaign is in a panic. Mr. Axelrod's reprehensible statement is meant to deflect the spotlight and rescue his candidate, because as people think about the implications of Benazir Bhutto's assassination [...]

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Benazir Bhutto Assassinated

By |December 27th, 2007|

updated Bhutto is dead. She was 54. No doubt Musharraf will once again proclaim martial law in Pakistan. Will elections on January 8th still be held? When you've got a president putting lawyers in jail, with militants being released, there is little faith in Musharraf's leadership from the elite. But instability is the real issue [...]

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Obama Iowa Win Biggest News in (Third) World History!

By |December 26th, 2007|

Not only that but an Obama Win in Iowa Will Stop Global Warming, Turn Back the Extinction of Animals, stop Aging (see McCain exhale), and Even Stop Pundits from Looking Foolish on Camera! "The biggest American political story in modern times if Obama wins the Iowa caucuses. It'll be all over the world, it will [...]

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The NY Times Ignores Historic Clinton Partnership

By |December 26th, 2007|

The NY Times Ignores Historic Clinton Partnership Hillary Rodham Clinton "jaw-boned" the authoritarian. She "argued" about democracy. She "cajoled" women to make peace with religious differences in Northern Ireland. But as First Lady, according to Patrick Healy, she was basically a potted plant with her president husband, in a relationship that has spanned decades and [...]

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Joseph C. Wilson: The Real Hillary I Know — and the Unreal Obama

By |December 26th, 2007|

The Real Hillary I Know--and the Unreal Obama Expert guest post by Joseph C. Wilson originally posted at HuffingtonPost Yesterday the London Times reported central questions about Senator Obama's shocking dearth of international experience: "Fresh doubts over Barack Obama's foreign policy credentials were expressed on both sides of the Atlantic last night, after it emerged [...]

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