Archive for September, 2008

Sep 29 2008

Congress Tops Blame For Bailout Mess, 10 Times The Blame On Bush

Addendum: Turns out it was a Bill O’Reilly internet poll. Oh, well … – end update We caught a glimpse of a stunning poll on The O’Reilly Factor.  O’Reilly briefly showed a poll of who Americans blamed for the Financial Crisis.  The Democrat led Congress took top spot for the blame with something like 56% […]

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Sep 29 2008

If Palin Does Reasonably Well Thursday, America’s Backlash Against Liberals Will Be Severe

I have been waiting to post on the upcoming VP debate because I wanted to make sure the liberal politicians and news media grabbed so much rope to hang themselves there was no way for the to recover from the Palin Derangement Syndrome.  And we seem to have reached a point of insane, heated rhetoric […]

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Sep 29 2008

Bottom Line: Bipartisan Rejection Of Obama-Pelosi-Reid-Bush Bailout

There is nothing much to say about today’s failure in the Democrat Congress to get a bailout package passed It was a bipartisan rejection of the Obama-Pelosi-Reid-Bush bill – bottom line. And I doubt the hyper-partisan pre-vote speech by the bitter liberal Democrat Speaker of The House was a rallying cry for support: A reminder […]

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Sep 29 2008

Obama Claimed Bailout Was His Success, Will It Be His Failure?

MAJOR UPDATE: OK, There are dangers to speed posting from work.  Clearly the GOP had more Nay votes – my bad!  More dems voted against the bill (95) than Republicans (65)! Way to go Obama-Pelosi-Reid-Frank, nice ‘leadership’ there. - end update. Yesterday Obama claimed he was the driving force behind the bailout package being voted today: […]

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Sep 29 2008

The Pakistan “Awakening” Rises Up – Updated

Major Update: Even the BBC is recognizing the tribal Awakening: Tribal elders gather in a mammoth meeting place, or jirga hall, to tell us why they support the military offensive. They accuse the Pakistani Taleban of setting up a parallel state in Bajaur, undermining the traditional tribal leadership. They say they’ve exhausted all attempts at […]

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Sep 29 2008

Life Is Funnier Than Fiction

While the liberal 3rd graders at SNL have to make up funny exaggerations about Palin to get a laugh, the world had Obama himself – who provides plenty of side splitting gaffes to entertain.   Life is funnier than fiction! Go O-Bomba! H/T Gateway Pundit

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Sep 29 2008

Another Political Milestone Reached In Iraq

While too many Americans listen to the outright lies about Iraq promulgated by a media they pay for, the reality is Iraq is well on the way to a bright new democratic future: IRAQ’S NEW election law will not, by itself, stop sectarian violence. Nor will the law, which governs provincial elections early next year, […]

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Sep 29 2008

On Domestic Issues McCain Needs To Listen To Bill Kristol

Bill Kristol nailed the current situation of the country and how McCain can take control of all domestic issues from Obama and the Dems (who have been screwing up our domestic policies for decades): McCain’s impetuous decision to return to Washington was right. The agreement announced early Sunday morning is better than Treasury Secretary Henry […]

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Sep 28 2008

Top Taliban Leader Baitullah Mehsud May Be Dying

  Good news is coming out today from the South Waziristan Agency of Pakistan’s FATA region.  Baitullah Mehsud, a top Taliban leader and military commander claimed to be behind the assassination of Benazir Bhutto is possibly dying: Baitullah Mehsud, the head of the Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), is seriously ill, leading to convergence of the top […]

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Sep 28 2008

Why America May Be Tuning Out UNTIL Election Day

As folks may know LJStrata and DJStrata have been out campaigning for McCain-Palin. One thing is striking, how vile and crude the far left is. They have had bitter old men (ex-hippies I guess) try and rip up their signs (thankfully the old coots don’t have enough strength to tear cardboard). They have had a […]

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