Saturday, December 6, 2008

Politics As Usual

While things in America actually changed last election it is politics as usual around the world...

Monday, December 1, 2008

Sarah Palin Pardons A Thanksgiving Turkey

As oblivious as ever... This woman made the election for the late night comedy shows!

Saturday, November 15, 2008

Barack Obama's First Youtube Address

In case you missed it President Elect Barack Obama has announced that he will do a weekly address and have it broadcasted on a Youtube channel... Great way to keep everyone involved and informed. Here is the first address...

Saturday, November 8, 2008

Barack Obama's First Press Conference

George W. Bush did not leave him in a very good position to start, but we will find out if he is up to the task. Here is the first press conference of President Elect Barack Obama...

How Obama Won The Election

When you got the Rednecks on your side you know your good...

Friday, November 7, 2008

The Failure Of The Press

Dan Rather makes a speech about the state of the press today... What do you think about what he has to say?

Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Barack Obama Elected President Of The United States

Senator John McCain goes gracefully into the night... One of his best speeches of the campaign in my opinion.

Part two of McCain's speech...

And now here is the next President of the United States, Barack Obama... Let us hope that this change in leadership does put us on a different path not only at home, but all over the world. The last eight years have damaged our image to so many people across the world it will certainly be hard to repair... We have a lot of work to do, but I am confident that as Americans we can triumph.

Monday, November 3, 2008

Sarah Palin Is A Heartbeat Away

Anyone who is seriously considering voting for John McCain needs to see this video before they cast their vote. If he is going to make such a unbelievably horrible pick for Vice President he certainly cannot be trusted to do a good job running the country... Did I mention that he voted with George W. Bush 90% of the time? That in itself should be enough reason. Who ever you vote for just make sure you make it to the polls and vote, because that is the most important part!

Sunday, November 2, 2008

Barack Obama On The Daily Show

Here is the full interview from The Daily Show... John Stewart interviews Senator Barack Obama. How do you think he did in this interview? Let us know by leaving a comment below...

Friday, October 31, 2008

Keith Olbermann Destroys McCain False Attacks

John McCain's campaign falls short again with their inaccurate attacks... John McCain, and William Ayers, both gave money to this man Rashid Khalidi.

Thursday, October 30, 2008

McCain Stood Up By Joe The Plumber

Don't they check these things ahead of time? John McCain looks the fool as he calls out to the crowd introducing Joe The Plumber in Ohio earlier today...

American Stories, American Solutions: 30 Minute Special

This is the entire 30 minute special that aired just yesterday all over national TV. What do you think about what Senator Barack Obama had to say?

The Barrack Obama Anti Semitic

It's always great when talking head like this get put on the spot... In this case a McCain Spokesman Mike Goldfarb.

Sunday, October 26, 2008

"Defining Moment"

This is truly a defining moment in America's history... We can either continue down the same path that Bush has lead us on or we can change... it is a simple as that!

Alaska's Biggest Paper Backs Obama

Is this just because Sarah Palin failed to mention the Anchorage Daily News as one of the newspaper that she read?

The paper recognized the fact that “for the first time ever, an Alaskan is making a serious bid for national office” and all the attention that comes along with it. But - and a huge but - “it does not overwhelm all other judgment.”

The editors argue that John McCain is “the wrong choice” because of his reaction (or lack thereof) to the economic crisis and his embrace of “the extreme Republican orthodoxy he once resisted” in Karl Rove-style politics.

On the other hand, Barack Obama, they argue, brings promise to the office because he “enlists wise counsel and operates with a cool, steady hand” on the economy. As for foreign policy - they say the endorsement of Colin Powell should “reassure” Americans that the junior senator is ready to be commander-in-chief.

Saturday, October 25, 2008

Senator Joe Biden On Robo Calls

Telling it like it is...

Obama And McCain On Taxes

It is actually quite funny that McCain is trying to extend Bush's tax credits for those people making over 250k a year, when in fact he actually opposed it when it was vote for 8 years ago.

This may come as a shock to some of you, but I don't make over 250k a year, but you know what, if I did I wouldn't mind pay just a little more in taxes. After all you are already rich, I don't really see any problem with the tax plan.

Thursday, October 23, 2008

Williams on McCain/Palin: NBC 10/23/08

I added in 20 posts to the main page this way your posts will stay on there much longer... I hope you are happy... You will just have to post more... A suggestion would be to make a republican tag and a democrat tag and then we can sort out the posts from there. We can then put a link on the top one for democratic posts one for republican posts...

Hey dan why did you instantly post over my stuff?

I left your negative shit up for months with no complaint and I put a few posts on here and you have to instantly post to shove mine down the list.Suppress my opinion.Democratic suppression.Democratic Oppression.Leave my shit alone if you don't want yours messed with!Oh and removing this message is also censorship.

CNN - 'I don't recognize' McCain

Joe Biden, telling it like it is as usual...

Joe Biden Slams John McCain In Michigan

That's right Joe Biden hasn't given up on Michigan...

Obama the Optimist what happened to him?

McCain Is A Tragedy And A Farce

Thank God for Sarah Palin, she is saving us all from a McCain presidency... Who the hell would lie about a teleprompter?

Obama is not making friends with everybody


Bill's Opinion

Bill Clinton on Obama. Once upon a time...

The Kilpatrick connection!

For those of you who know who kilpatrick is.


This is not so funny

Obama without a teleprompter yikes!

Lighten up F.O.O.L.S.

David Lettermans humor knows no bounds.He can even enjoy a good joke!

Yall need a "Reality Check"

This is funny I bet Senator Obama would laugh.

Ron Pauls Change

Let us see all sides fair people.If you consider yourself a smart person listen to this.

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

The Difference Between Obama And Palin

I am sure by now at least some of you heard this little article that surfaced today...

"Since her selection as John McCain's running mate, the Republican National Committee spent more than $150,000 on clothing and make-up for Gov. Sarah Palin, her husband, and even her infant son, it was reported on Tuesday evening."

I am sure Joe Six Pack can relate...

Here is the full article here!

Is She Really That Stupid?

Actually the answer is yes... She is a creationist that believes man has nothing to do with climate change... Not only this but she believes that rape victim should have to pay for their own rape kit. She is 100% against abortion and has absolutely NO FOREIGN POLICY EXPERIENCE!

Hmm... Sounds like a great choice to be our Vice President... Give me a break McCain you made a huge mistake... who knows you might have even came close if you wouldn't have picked this flake...

O by the way Sarah the donkey is the democrat's symbol not the republican...

You Have Heard Of Joe The Plumber...

But how about Al The Shoe Salesman? Check out this latest political ad for Barack Obama. Pokes just a little fun at that plumber that is somehow making over $250,000 a year!

Sunday, October 19, 2008

Colin Powell Endorses Barack Obama

On Meet The Press just this morning Colin Powell officially endorsed Barack Obama to be the next President of The United States. One of the reasons that he didn't pick John McCain was the choice of his running mate Sarah Palin. He says that she lacks the experience to potentially become the President. Here is the full video below...

What do you think about what Mr. Colin Powell had to say and how much do you think this will help Barack Obama?

Saturday, October 18, 2008

Biden Blast Palin For Anti American Talk

At a rally in North Carolina Sarah Palin mentioned that she loved to visit the "pro-America" areas of the country. Are you serious? Pro-American parts of the country? We are one nation whether it is a blue state or a red state it doesn't matter! Here is what Senator Joe Biden had to say about Sarah Palin's remarks...

Friday, October 17, 2008

The Dinner

This is for all you Barrack voters on our polls...

Thursday, October 16, 2008

Self Explanitory

What Paul sees if McCain is voted in...
I'm Afraid...
Don't get me wrong, Obama is not necessarily the answer either.
But we need someone to fight for the people right! Just wait till they are in the actual presidents office though?

(backing out,lies,talk,manufactured,done deal,believe what you hear,is true,don't tell,me it's not real,significant lives lost,no problem to us,don't care if you live or die,little masses of nothing,compared to my large mass of consumption,they feed upon the poor of me then, they try to lie next to me when,to rise amongst the rich we are against,we fail within the others then,only to obey again,and try not to suffer within...)

Not what they may say during the debates, No. That tells me absolutely nothing...

Rather, who has proven to us that they mean business before they get into office?

Pauls answer...
I would not pick either one of them.

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Who Won The 3rd And Final Debate?

Barack Obama vs. John McCain... It was probably the best debate out of the three. The moderator did a much better job. McCain did a better better than normal in the beginning, but Obama stuck to the issues and seemed to come out on top in my opinion. What do you think? Here is the entire 3rd and final debate...

BTW here is the famous Joe the plumber...

Sunday, October 12, 2008

Barack Obama Is One Step Ahead Of The Game

It would seem like America would want a president that is one step ahead of the competition. Listen to what Barack Obama said on July 30, 2008 about what McCain and Palin's political tactics would be in the coming months.

What do you think about what Senator Obama had to say? Leave your thoughts in the comments below...

Wednesday, October 8, 2008

Who Won The 2nd Presidential Debate?

The second Presidential Debate was held in Nashville Tennessee on Tuesday October 7, 2008. Here is the entire 99 minutes debate... Who do you think won, personally I thought is was closer than the first debate, but Obama still won quite easily. You can leave a comment below with your opinion or simply vote above.

View the first Presidential Debate here!

Monday, October 6, 2008

Sarah Palin Ties Obama To Terrorists

That is a pretty serious accusation.... What does America think?

Sunday, October 5, 2008

Leave no man behind....and no state....

You would think that of all people, former POW John McCain would know that you don't leave anyone behind, especially in order to save your own ass.... Let me state this clearly for everyone...Whoever told Senator McCain to walk away from Michigan and that he wasn't going to win and that he didn't need our vote....cost him the Presidency...and should be promptly fired. John McCain stood for something greater than himself and that was why I was going to vote for him... But he doesn't want my vote. Doesn't care enough to hang around Michigan a couple of days and listen to what we need. They told us he doesn't have enough money and needs to concentrate on the states that matter. How much does it cost to listen John? Damnit! You threw away the Presidency!@#$%@!~~!!!!! Sarah, I know he isn't listening to you...but try harder or come to Michigan without him. As for all you Barrack supporters who are smiling with glee over this disaster let me remind you that the only reason he showed up in Michigan was because McCain was here and he didn't even show for the primary. Leave no man behind.....and no state.

The Full Vice Presidential Debate 2008

Just in cased you missed it when it aired the other night here is the full video of the Vice Presidential Debate between Joe Biden and Sarah Palin. Let us know what you thought about this spirited debate...

John McCain Pulls Out Of Michigan

John McCain waved a white flag of surrender as he pulled his campaign out of Michigan. Although he will still run TV ads in Michigan he has all but given up in this important swing state that has 17 electoral votes. What do you think was it the right move?

Thursday, October 2, 2008

The Vice Presidential Debate

Sarah Palin did better than I expected, but only because I thought she was going to fail miserably. Senator Joe Biden did a much better job focusing on the real issues and facts. Didn't it seem funny that a lot of times they both talked like they supported the same tax breaks for the middle class. It is like the Republicans are finally preaching what the Democrats have been saying all along just to get votes... The fact is that no one that makes under $250,000 a year whether is be a individual or a business will receive a tax hike. That sure sounds pretty damn good to me...

Do some research, get the facts and vote for the right Candidate...

Is John McCain a Maverick? Again just a bit of research will till you that John McCain voted with Bush 90% of the time. He even admits this himself.

Here is the final remarks from the Vice Presidential Debate...

Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Bill Clinton, what a smart man.

Barack Obama New TV Ad

What do you think about Barack Obama's plan to help fix our economy... I don't know about you, but I don't make over $250,000 per year so I am not worried about the taxes : )

Monday, September 29, 2008

How Pelosi lost Americans 1 Trillion dollars in 1 day...

Leave it to a democrat to turn a financial crisis and a time for leadership into partisan politics as usual...the result? 700 point drop on the stock market and 1 trillion dollars one day...700 billion madame speaker?

ps - cross your fingers on the stock market, if you have been paying attention the cornerstones are failing, and falling...look out below.

Sunday, September 28, 2008

John Kerry On John McCain's Bail Out Plan

It is rather odd that John McCain suspended his campaign but then took almost a full day to get from New York to Washington DC. Letterman wasn't the only one that noticed...

Sarah Palin Interview With Katie Couric

I don't know which one is worse... the real one...

Or the fake interview from SNL...

Saturday, September 27, 2008

The First Presidential Debate 2008

In cased you missed it last night here is the entire debate from 9-26-08. Who do you think won the debate?

One Heartbeat Away

With all of those years of experience you would think that John McCain would have picked a better running mate. Sarah Palin fails again... have a look...

Saturday, September 20, 2008

John McCain's Bad Week

It was a rough week for the Republicans... Palin McCain not McCain Palin, have a look!

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

The Fundementals Of Our Economy Is Strong?

I am starting to wonder as the Dow fell another 440 point today if our economy is still strong : )

Monday, September 15, 2008

Is Deception Enough To Win The Eleciton?

Here is the latest Obama political ad... It is true that many of the "facts" that McCain puts in his ads are in fact lies. Make sure to do research on both sides before you believe what is said in a political ad...

Saturday, September 13, 2008

Keith Olbermann Rips An Unqualified Sarah Palin

This is the least qualified Vice Presidential pick in the history of our Nation. In these troubling times, is this really the best choice?

What do you think about what Keith Olbermann had to say, should the potential VP of United States be expected to know what the Bush Doctrine is?

Thursday, September 11, 2008

Sarah Palin Doesn't Understand What The Bush Doctrine Is

The was from her FIRST televised interview with the press since accepting the VP role. What can I say Sarah Palin is looking worse with ever passing day... Could she really be any less qualified to help lead our country? Has she been paying any attention to our president since 9/11?

What do you think about what Sarah Palin had to say?

Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Do The Issues Really Matter In The Election?

Have a listen to Barack Obama, he really does make sense...

McCain Voted With Bush 90% Of The Time

This reason alone should be enough to take a long hard look at John McCain. He is preaching "change", but his actions speak much louder than words. Do we want 4 more years of Bush like policies?

Monday, September 8, 2008

A Republican Being Hypocritical?

Say it ain't so... Leave it to Karl Rove and Bill O'Reily to come up with something like this... What a bunch of two faced liars! And as for Dick... well...

Is Obama A Muslim Or Isn't He?

When Talking about attacks by John McCain towards his religion Obama makes an Oops!

Sunday, September 7, 2008

Joe Biden On Meet The Press

Senator Joe Biden talks about Sarah Palin and other issues... If only she was going to be judged like everyone else. Isn't this election supposed to be about the issues?

Saturday, September 6, 2008

McCain Picks a Winner!

To contrast the early post we did....
We know Sarah is a great candidate, and John has made a choice that has revived the party!

The Match Made In Heaven

Politics can be boring sometimes you need just a little fun...

Joe Biden Fires Up The Dems

"What do you talk about when you can't explain the last 8 years of failure..." You have to admit that is a good line!

What do you think about what Mr. Biden had to say?

Saturday, August 30, 2008

Who To Trust?

I'm not sure if I should vote for either one...

Obama or McCain?

Until they are in office and then it could be too late. They may prove to be good.
I just can't trust either of them right now.

Friday, August 29, 2008

McCain throws away Presidency

Say it ain't so!, John McCain has just picked an unknown 30 something governor from alaska of all places....This ought to be enough to make democrats dance in the streets and laugh their way to victory....

Barack Obama's Speech From The Democratic National Convention

The moment that many democrats where waiting for this past week happened just last night. Here is Barack Obama accepting the Democratic Nomination for president of the United States...

What do you think about this speech? Here is Hillary Clinton's speech at the Democratic National Convention on August 26, 2008.

Finally here is the speech from Joe Biden...

Monday, August 25, 2008

Democratic National Convention - DNC

It's a big party over at the DNC. A real Democratic Frenzy... Well, everybody watch live tonight to get the unedited version.

Saturday, August 23, 2008

Senator Biden Selected As VP

Late last night word came out that Barack Obama had picked Senator Joe Biden from Delaware as his choice for Vice President. What do you think about Senator Joe Biden? Here is a video from the debates earlier in the year...

Here is Barack Obama introducing Senator Joe Biden in Springfield, Illinois just this afternoon. Part one...

Part 2...

Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Listen To What Other Republicians Have To Say About John McCain

Even though I believe that the President Of Iran is a dangerous man, with dangerous ideas, war should always be a last resort. Haven't we learned this from Iraq yet...

Baracky II

Prepare yourself for Obama Vs. McCain, Rocky style... It's just too easy to find videos like this ripping on McCain, you can certainly tell Obama is doing better online than McCain just by going to your local Digg, Reddit or Propeller, but we will see what happens in November...

Monday, August 18, 2008

Need some Dirt on Gore...

So I know Al Gore is up to no good somewhere, I mean besides the private jet fuel and twenty minutes running the air condition in the driveway in his SUV... Yeah he's a hypocrite, we know it...but what is he really up to? Save the environment you say...NO, his own actions and those of his family prove he does not care about the environment so what is Al Gore's Master Plan? Question of the day and 5 points for a correct answer....

We Support the Troops!

Politics are politics, and no matter which side of which issue we come down on, The Democratic Frenzy will always support our troops. Thank you all, and may God bless you.

Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Bill and Hill

The democrats are starting to sweat as time goes on, thinking - maybe we should have picked Hillary. Obama's elitist, I'm better and smarter than everyone (snobby) attitude continues to alienate voters on both sides of the isle. Of course I used to despise Bill and Hill, but today I'd much rather sit down for a cup of coffee with either one of them than Barrack Obama.


So, speaking of Frenzy, how about John Edwards.. Mr. squeaky clean democratic nominee/ vice presidential hopeful caught in a hotel room hiding in the bathroom with his mistress and her baby, by the National Enquirer... Does it get much worse than that? I guess we'll have to see what the paternity test says... Why does it matter? Just think if this news had come out after Barrack picked him for VP. This goes along with the previous post in that, Barrack isn't going to have anyone to pick for VP. Oh he wasn't going to pick Edwards, you say... Sure he wasn't...

Oh and the icing on the cake... Edwards' mistress has been living under an assumed name in a house she didn't pay for after already receiving $100K for making a crappy, and nearly incriminating promotional video that Edwards' staff quickly pulled from his site. He's Done. One down, so many to go. btw- Good Job Enquirer keep up the good work.

Barrack's Reputable Friends

Everybody has friends, some good, some shady, but it seems all Barrack's friends are shady characters... Am I wrong? Ok, name some of Barrack's Reputable Friends here. Zero replies means Barrack has no reputable friends and this post goes undisputed. Somebody tell me I'm wrong.

Monday, July 28, 2008

Need a good speech from John McCain!

Can someone post a speech from John McCain? He is The Republican Presidential Nominee after all...

Nevermind, I'll do it myself...
Ladies and gentlemen, John McCain.

At the NAACP no less, July 16, 2008

Friday, July 25, 2008

Barack Obama Speech In Germany

This is the full 25 minute speech from Berlin on July 24, 2008. What do you think about what this presidential candidate has to say? Do forget to vote on all our polls on the side too...

Sunday, July 6, 2008

Crowd Heckles George W. Bush

Whether you are voting for John McCain or Barack Obama we certainly no one thing is for sure. It can only get better from here after George W. Bush is out of office. Take a listen to this crowd heckling Bush on the 4th of July....

Sunday, June 29, 2008

Hilary Clinton And Barack Obama Team Up In Unity

Here is the full speech from both Senator Clinton and Senator Obama from Unity New Hampshire. With a strong united democratic party it will be much harder for Senator McCain to pull off a win in November.

What do you think about what Hilary and Barack have to say?

Thursday, June 26, 2008

Newt For Vice President?

I think after watching this I want Newt to be our Vice President....for McCain of course! Haha.... McCain all the way!!!!! Newt Gingrich with the three most sensible ways to solve our energy crisis right now. Seems pretty elementary if you ask me!

Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Al Gore Endorses Barack Obama In Detroit

Nobel Peace Prize Winner Al Gore speech in front of a very excited Detroit, Michigan. This certainly would seem like a huge endorsement for Barack Obama, but really who else was Al Gore going to endorse? John McCain? I think not...

What do you think about what Mr. Gore has to say?

Saturday, June 14, 2008

Tom Abrahams Interviews Ron Paul

A very interesting video...

It almost sounds like Ron Paul in still in the race. What do you think about what Ron Paul has to say, especially about Senator John McCain.

Friday, June 6, 2008

Barack Obama's Victory Speech

Barack speaks in front of a very happy crowd in St. Paul, Minnesota right after he clinched the Democratic nomination. What do you think about what Barack Obama has to say. It sure would seem as if he has the people fired up, but how much of what he says is just empty promises?

Tuesday, June 3, 2008

Obama Wins The Democratic Nomination!

It is official Barack Obama finally has the magic number of delegates and clinches the nomination. This drawn out, but closely contested battle is over! Even though Hillary Clinton managed to win the popular vote she just couldn't win enough delegates for the nomination. I would expect Hilary Clinton to bow out gracefully tonight, who knows she might even get the nod for Vice President. It would seem as if a Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton ticket would be very hard to stop even against Senator John McCain.

An Exclusive To Democratic Frenzy: Barack Obama's Upcoming Victory Speech...

Tonight, after fifty-four hard-fought contests, our primary season has finally come to an end.

Sixteen months have passed since we first stood together on the steps of the Old State Capitol in Springfield, Illinois. Thousands of miles have been traveled. Millions of voices have been heard. And because of what you said -- because you decided that change must come to Washington; because you believed that this year must be different than all the rest; because you chose to listen not to your doubts or your fears but to your greatest hopes and highest aspirations, tonight we mark the end of one historic journey with the beginning of another -- a journey that will bring a new and better day to America. Tonight, I can stand before you and say that I will be the Democratic nominee for President of the United States.

I want to thank every American who stood with us over the course of this campaign -- through the good days and the bad; from the snows of Cedar Rapids to the sunshine of Sioux Falls. And tonight I also want to thank the men and woman who took this journey with me as fellow candidates for President.

At this defining moment for our nation, we should be proud that our party put forth one of the most talented, qualified field of individuals ever to run for this office. I have not just competed with them as rivals, I have learned from them as friends, as public servants, and as patriots who love America and are willing to work tirelessly to make this country better. They are leaders of this party, and leaders that America will turn to for years to come.

That is particularly true for the candidate who has traveled further on this journey than anyone else. Senator Hillary Clinton has made history in this campaign not just because she's a woman who has done what no woman has done before, but because she's a leader who inspires millions of Americans with her strength, her courage, and her commitment to the causes that brought us here tonight.

We've certainly had our differences over the last sixteen months. But as someone who's shared a stage with her many times, I can tell you that what gets Hillary Clinton up in the morning -- even in the face of tough odds -- is exactly what sent her and Bill Clinton to sign up for their first campaign in Texas all those years ago; what sent her to work at the Children's Defense Fund and made her fight for health care as First Lady; what led her to the United States Senate and fueled her barrier-breaking campaign for the presidency -- an unyielding desire to improve the lives of ordinary Americans, no matter how difficult the fight may be. And you can rest assured that when we finally win the battle for universal health care in this country, she will be central to that victory. When we transform our energy policy and lift our children out of poverty, it will be because she worked to help make it happen. Our party and our country are better off because of her, and I am a better candidate for having had the honor to compete with Hillary Rodham Clinton.

There are those who say that this primary has somehow left us weaker and more divided. Well I say that because of this primary, there are millions of Americans who have cast their ballot for the very first time. There are Independents and Republicans who understand that this election isn't just about the party in charge of Washington, it's about the need to change Washington.Ê There are young people, and African-Americans, and Latinos, and women of all ages who have voted in numbers that have broken records and inspired a nation.

All of you chose to support a candidate you believe in deeply. But at the end of the day, we aren't the reason you came out and waited in lines that stretched block after block to make your voice heard. You didn't do that because of me or Senator Clinton or anyone else. You did it because you know in your hearts that at this moment -- a moment that will define a generation -- we cannot afford to keep doing what we've been doing. We owe our children a better future. We owe our country a better future. And for all those who dream of that future tonight, I say -- let us begin the work together. Let us unite in common effort to chart a new course for America.

In just a few short months, the Republican Party will arrive in St. Paul with a very different agenda. They will come here to nominate John McCain, a man who has served this country heroically. I honor that service, and I respect his many accomplishments, even if he chooses to deny mine. My differences with him are not personal; they are with the policies he has proposed in this campaign.

Because while John McCain can legitimately tout moments of independence from his party in the past, such independence has not been the hallmark of his presidential campaign.

It's not change when John McCain decided to stand with George Bush ninety-five percent of the time, as he did in the Senate last year.

It's not change when he offers four more years of Bush economic policies that have failed to create well-paying jobs, or insure our workers, or help Americans afford the skyrocketing cost of college -- policies that have lowered the real incomes of the average American family, widened the gap between Wall Street and Main Street, and left our children with a mountain of debt.

And it's not change when he promises to continue a policy in Iraq that asks everything of our brave men and women in uniform and nothing of Iraqi politicians -- a policy where all we look for are reasons to stay in Iraq, while we spend billions of dollars a month on a war that isn't making the American people any safer.

So I'll say this -- there are many words to describe John McCain's attempt to pass off his embrace of George Bush's policies as bipartisan and new. But change is not one of them.

Change is a foreign policy that doesn't begin and end with a war that should've never been authorized and never been waged. I won't stand here and pretend that there are many good options left in Iraq, but what's not an option is leaving our troops in that country for the next hundred years -- especially at a time when our military is overstretched, our nation is isolated, and nearly every other threat to America is being ignored.

We must be as careful getting out of Iraq as we were careless getting in - but start leaving we must. It's time for Iraqis to take responsibility for their future. It's time to rebuild our military and give our veterans the care they need and the benefits they deserve when they come home. It's time to refocus our efforts on al Qaeda's leadership and Afghanistan, and rally the world against the common threats of the 21st century -- terrorism and nuclear weapons; climate change and poverty; genocide and disease. That's what change is.

Change is realizing that meeting today's threats requires not just our firepower, but the power of our diplomacy -- tough, direct diplomacy where the President of the United States isn't afraid to let any petty dictator know where America stands and what we stand for. We must once again have the courage and conviction to lead the free world. That is the legacy of Roosevelt, and Truman, and Kennedy. That's what the American people want. That's what change is.

Change is building an economy that rewards not just wealth, but the work and workers who created it. It's understanding that the struggles facing working families can't be solved by spending billions of dollars on more tax breaks for big corporations and wealthy CEOs, but by giving a the middle-class a tax break, and investing in our crumbling infrastructure, and transforming how we use energy, and improving our schools, and renewing our commitment to science and innovation. It's understanding that fiscal responsibility and shared prosperity can go hand-in-hand, as they did when Bill Clinton was President.

John McCain has spent a lot of time talking about trips to Iraq in the last few weeks, but maybe if he spent some time taking trips to the cities and towns that have been hardest hit by this economy -- cities in Michigan, and Ohio, and right here in Minnesota -- he'd understand the kind of change that people are looking for.

Maybe if he went to Iowa and met the student who works the night shift after a full day of class and still can't pay the medical bills for a sister who's ill, he'd understand that she can't afford four more years of a health care plan that only takes care of the healthy and wealthy. She needs us to pass health care plan that guarantees insurance to every American who wants it and brings down premiums for every family who needs it. That's the change we need.

Maybe if he went to Pennsylvania and met the man who lost his job but can't even afford the gas to drive around and look for a new one, he'd understand that we can't afford four more years of our addiction to oil from dictators. That man needs us to pass an energy policy that works with automakers to raise fuel standards, and makes corporations pay for their pollution, and oil companies invest their record profits in a clean energy future -- an energy policy that will create millions of new jobs that pay well and can't be outsourced. That's the change we need.

And maybe if he spent some time in the schools of South Carolina or St. Paul or where he spoke tonight in New Orleans, he'd understand that we can't afford to leave the money behind for No Child Left Behind; that we owe it to our children to invest in early childhood education; to recruit an army of new teachers and give them better pay and more support; to finally decide that in this global economy, the chance to get a college education should not be a privilege for the wealthy few, but the birthright of every American. That's the change we need in America. That's why I'm running for President.

The other side will come here in September and offer a very different set of policies and positions, and that is a debate I look forward to. It is a debate the American people deserve. But what you don't deserve is another election that's governed by fear, and innuendo, and division. What you won't hear from this campaign or this party is the kind of politics that uses religion as a wedge, and patriotism as a bludgeon -- that sees our opponents not as competitors to challenge, but enemies to demonize. Because we may call ourselves Democrats and Republicans, but we are Americans first. We are always Americans first.

Despite what the good Senator from Arizona said tonight, I have seen people of differing views and opinions find common cause many times during my two decades in public life, and I have brought many together myself. I've walked arm-in-arm with community leaders on the South Side of Chicago and watched tensions fade as black, white, and Latino fought together for good jobs and good schools. I've sat across the table from law enforcement and civil rights advocates to reform a criminal justice system that sent thirteen innocent people to death row. And I've worked with friends in the other party to provide more children with health insurance and more working families with a tax break; to curb the spread of nuclear weapons and ensure that the American people know where their tax dollars are being spent; and to reduce the influence of lobbyists who have all too often set the agenda in Washington.

In our country, I have found that this cooperation happens not because we agree on everything, but because behind all the labels and false divisions and categories that define us; beyond all the petty bickering and point-scoring in Washington, Americans are a decent, generous, compassionate people, united by common challenges and common hopes. And every so often, there are moments which call on that fundamental goodness to make this country great again.

So it was for that band of patriots who declared in a Philadelphia hall the formation of a more perfect union; and for all those who gave on the fields of Gettysburg and Antietam their last full measure of devotion to save that same union.

So it was for the Greatest Generation that conquered fear itself, and liberated a continent from tyranny, and made this country home to untold opportunity and prosperity.

So it was for the workers who stood out on the picket lines; the women who shattered glass ceilings; the children who braved a Selma bridge for freedom's cause.

So it has been for every generation that faced down the greatest challenges and the most improbable odds to leave their children a world that's better, and kinder, and more just.

And so it must be for us.

America, this is our moment. This is our time. Our time to turn the page on the policies of the past. Our time to bring new energy and new ideas to the challenges we face. Our time to offer a new direction for the country we love.

The journey will be difficult. The road will be long. I face this challenge with profound humility, and knowledge of my own limitations. But I also face it with limitless faith in the capacity of the American people. Because if we are willing to work for it, and fight for it, and believe in it, then I am absolutely certain that generations from now, we will be able to look back and tell our children that this was the moment when we began to provide care for the sick and good jobs to the jobless; this was the moment when the rise of the oceans began to slow and our planet began to heal; this was the moment when we ended a war and secured our nation and restored our image as the last, best hope on Earth. This was the moment -- this was the time -- when we came together to remake this great nation so that it may always reflect our very best selves, and our highest ideals. Thank you, God Bless you, and may God Bless the United States of America.

What do you think? Will Barrack Obama consider Hillary Clinton as a Vice President? Should He? Also who will be John McCain's VP? Leave your picks for Barrack's and McCain's Vice President in the comments below!

Monday, May 26, 2008

Fox News Jokes About Killing Obama And Osama

This is the full segment from the Fox News channel. Do you think Liz Trotta is out of line for her remarks? What about Hilary's remarks about Bobbie Kennedy?

Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Barack Obama Speaks In Iowa

Barack Obama last night won the majority of "pledged" delegates. The race for the Democratic nominee is finally coming to a close. Here is what Barack Obama had to say just last night in Iowa. What do you think about what he has to say, especially the part about Senator Hilary Clinton? Could he be considering her as a Vice President?

Sunday, May 18, 2008

Senator John McCain's Youtube Nightmare

When you are in the political spotlight pretty much everything you say is recorded. In this clip that is circulating around the Internet, Senator John McCain is caught in a few lies and other things that he would probably love to be able to take back. What do you think of this latest video on the presidential hopeful? Is this really The Real John McCain?

Saturday, May 17, 2008

Mike Huckabee Jokes About Obama Getting Shot

This footage is from just yesterday when Mike Huckabee was making a speech at the National Riffle Association (NRA). What do you think about these comments that Mike Huckabee made? Are they out of line or are people just overreacting?

Friday, May 16, 2008

Barack Obama Responses To George W. Bush And McCain

Bush and McCain have recently attacked Barack Obama for his stance on foreign policy. This is his response from a Townhall meeting on the political trail in Watertown... Was George W. Bush out of line for comparing Barack Obama and the other democrats of being like Hitler?

Here is what our current president George W. Bush had to say in Israel...

Next up is a potential damaging clip from Barack's wife Michelle. During a speech on 2/18/08 Michelle Obama states that for the first time in her adult life she is really proud of America. This was during a rally in Madison, Wisconsin. Would you consider this to be an unpatriotic statement or just a mis spoken thought?

Barack Obama: My Plans for 2008

Barack Obama listed his objectives for 2008 and beyond... What do you think about what he has to say? Is he the right person for the job?

Monday, May 12, 2008

This would be nice.

While not relevant to this race, I feel some satisfaction in this clip...

Saturday, May 3, 2008

McCain On Iraq, Gas Tax, Iran

This recent footage gives us a little in site into how Senator McCain feels about Iraq, Iran, A Gas Tax, and even Health Care. What do you think about what Senator McCain has to say about these issues and in particular New Orleans and the Minnesota bridge collapse?

Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Barack Obama's Response To Bush's Final State Of The Union

What do you think about what Barack Obama has to say in this clip? I have heard the same promise of universal health many times from the past few Democratic candidates. Do you think that this time will be different with the Democrats controlling the house and senate or will it be politics as usual with a lot of talk and no action?

Friday, April 11, 2008

Ron Paul & General Petraeus

Earlier we posted testimony and questions from John McCain, Hilary Clinton and Barrack Obama but we neglected to give you Ron Paul's questions. So here is a video showing Ron Paul at the General Petraeus hearings. What do you think about what he has to say?

Thursday, April 10, 2008

Iraq: Six Months At A Time

This is a video that is making it's way around the Internet. I don't think anyone thought in February 2003 that we would still be in Iraq fighting the "war on terror". What do you think of the management of the war so far and should we even still be in Iraq?

Wednesday, April 9, 2008

General David Petraeus Testimony

This is a video of the recent Senate Armed Services Committee meeting in Washington DC. This is the opening statement from Hilary Clinton. What do you think about what she has to say about the war? Should we start to with drawl our troops after being there for over 5 years?

Here is what Barack Obama has to say about the war and General David Petraeus job so far. Any thoughts on what we has to say about Iraq and Iran?

John McCain has a much different view then Hilary Clinton and Barack Obama. He does paint a much different picture of Iraq. Which one of the candiates do you think is the right person to handle Iraq?

Tuesday, April 8, 2008

John McCain Talks About Iraq On Meet The Press

Senator John McCain appeared on Meet The Press to discuss among other things, the Iraq war. In this clip you will here from one of our solders over in Iraq. What do you think about the ongoing war in Iraq and do you think that John McCain is the right person for this all important job?

Saturday, April 5, 2008

Ron Paul Responds To 100 Years In Iraq

This video is from the 2008 CNN Republican debate on January 30, 2008. This is Ron Paul's response to Senator John McCain suggesting that we might have to stay in Iraq for 100 years.

What do you think about what Mr. Paul has to say? Do you think that we should be in Iraq fro 100 years?

Thursday, April 3, 2008

New Hillary Clinton Campaign Ad

The ad addresses the housing crisis that we are experiencing here in The United States. Which candidate do you think would be the best to handle this situation?

Tuesday, April 1, 2008

Bush Booed, Obama In The Gutter

Not a good week for Obama and Bush... Do you think Bush deserved to be booed during the first pitch? We would love to hear your comments on this and Obama's bowling night out below...

Ron Paul is beating Obama!

Well, so far Ron Paul is ahead of Barrack Obama in our poll. I know there are more Obama supporters out there... Vote now!

Thursday, March 27, 2008

Barack Obama Speaks In Philadelphia, PA

The speech that is being called by some as "A More Perfect Union". In it he explains some of his views on politics and race in the America we live in. This is the full 38 minute video so be prepared...

Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Ron Paul added into Candidate Vote

Ron Paul was initially forgotten in the vote above..., a mirror of real life I suppose, and so I added him, sorry to the 5 people who already voted.

Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Hillary denounces Barrack's Pastor

Hillary said if she had heard Barrack's minister only a few times what she would do would be clear.

Saturday, March 22, 2008

McCain visits Iraq

McCain visits troops.

Barrack in Trouble

Barrack will not denounce comments made by his preacher, will this alone derail his Presidential bid?

Hillary's Last Stand

Will Hillary end up stealing the Democratic Nomination from Barrack?