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...a few weeks ago, when he told Ohio and Texas voters that his wife would not succeed without victories in those delegate-rich states.
I'm not sure I really blame Sen. Clinton for staying in the race. It's only a hunch, but I get the sense that the media is about to turn on Jesus Obama. If that's the case it may be just the opening Clinton needs to regain the upper hand. No matter how partisan you might be, it's pretty hard to deny that Obama has gotten one of the biggest free passes in history up to this point.
Barack Obama honestly has no record at all in the... (more)
I'm still waiting for Barack Obama to answer this one question:
Senator, you speak of change. Exactly what kind of change do you mean?
All Senator Obama can say is "It's time for a change." Change of what? Ideas? Mindset? Underwear?
We know that both Hillary and Obama are adamantly against the policies of the current sitting president. We also know that many of their supporters are ready to unleash the gates of Hell on the current administration should the word "impeachment" ever be uttered in the House of Representatives. With less than a year in the... (more)
Unlike most of the leading candidates, Obama talks of unifying a troubled nation, speaking eloquently (much like Reagan), of his vision for America, his message of hope and change, resonates with his legends of young fans, and while all the candidates I assume are principled in their beliefs, only Obama seems able to transcend the negative discourse that now dominates the political landscape.
He doesn’t subscribe to the brand of hard-core politics that seems to be prevalent within both parties, he speaks of the issues with passion, yet without recrimination, he’s articulate... (more)
...blood shed, but people let go of all their principles, morals, and common sense, so they don't feel left out.
Look at American Idol Jordin Sparks, who received the highest votes in their history, but when the record came out, they didn't go to buy. It is all about the flavor of the day. Obama is the flavor of the day now, but if he wins, I have a feeling that America is going to slapped silly by their own stupidity. Why? The simplist question, why is Barak Obama Presidential material? He is a motivator, no, he is a gifted speaker, that is different. He may be able to motivate... (more)
It is with a heavy heart and great and crushing sorrow that I admit to you, dear reader, that I am, in fact, going to vote for Barack Obama for President of the United States. And before you go on shouting at me that the race hasn’t even yet been decided because the primaries and caucuses are still going… let’s be real for a moment.
The reason I do watch sports and don’t watch politics is because the outcomes are not predictable in sports – there are great comebacks and amazing upsets. Not so in politics. And don’t go waxing on to me about... (more)
Not if you’re Hillary Clinton and you’re hell bent on moving back into the White House. Rumblings are now coming from within the Clinton campaign to petition the Supreme Court, of all places, to have the Florida and Michigan delegates seated – essentially nullifying Obama’s recent victories and giving Hillary a leap frog jump into first place and crowning her the Democrat’s nominee for president.
Have I not said before that Hillary is manipulative? Have I not said before that she will stop at nothing to become president of the United States? It is... (more)
Democratic candidates Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton want to hold formal civilian court or military courts martial. McCain would want the current military commissions to continue as they have. All three agree that the six al-Qaeda co-conspirators (I just love how the liberal press calls them "alleged al-Qaeda conspirators") deserve to have a trial. But their parties cannot decide among them how to best handle the "Gitmo Six".
Clinton wants to use the Justice Department to decide. Obama is afraid to comment "on specific cases pending before the tribunals at Guantanamo Bay." In other... (more)
...Japanese toy or manga elements," said Rice. "Something that said, "Holy fuck. I had no idea they were gonna do that this late in the game."
Rumors about a possible invasion have been circling for months now. With a lot of the American public's attention focused on the Hillary-Obama battle for the Democratic nomination, Bush has apparently become strangely withdrawn, prompting concerns from key people in the Oval Office.
"I asked him if everything was okay, and he didn't respond," said VP Dick Cheney. "George sometimes gets like that - depressed, antsy, biting... (more)
Following another political spaking at the hands of opponent Barack Obama, Hillary clinton addressed a crowd of supporters at the University of Texas, El Paso basketball arena attempting to use a southern expression about the lack of substance she believes is very apparent in the Bush Administration."There's a great saying in Texas: all hat and no cattle. Well after seven years of George Bush, we need a lot less hat and a lot more cattle."It's not readily apparent, but it seems that Senator Clinton thinks she's a cow. Of course, on that particular aspect of her presence, I'm inclined to agree... (more)
So, who's left in the race? Romney dropped out today, claiming that staying in the race would make it easier for Obama or Clinton to win, even though he actually has more support from the Republican Party itself, as well as its traditional republican voters. And now Limbaugh and Coulter are pushing for people to vote for Clinton to keep her in the race, just so McCain can unite the GOP against her. Is this starting to seem like a set up..?
The Democrats have Obama, Clinton and Gravel, the Republicans have McCain, Huckabee and Paul. Lets go down this list.
The Celebrity, Obama:... (more)