Friday, October 31, 2008
Thursday, October 30, 2008
Sunday, October 26, 2008
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
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
Wednesday, October 22, 2008
"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!
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...
Sunday, October 19, 2008
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
Friday, October 17, 2008
Thursday, October 16, 2008
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?
I would not pick either one of them.
Wednesday, October 15, 2008
BTW here is the famous Joe the plumber...
Sunday, October 12, 2008
What do you think about what Senator Obama had to say? Leave your thoughts in the comments below...
Wednesday, October 8, 2008
View the first Presidential Debate here!
Monday, October 6, 2008
Sunday, October 5, 2008
Thursday, October 2, 2008
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...