Daily Archives: April 7th, 2008 «

 

VIDEO: Hillary bombs at bowling on the Ellen show

Posted by: ST on April 7, 2008 at 8:46 pm » 6 Comments

Think Barack Obama was bad with his 37 score? Wait til you get a load of this: She only knocked down one pin. One. However in her defense she did only bowl one set of frames, although from the looks of things I don’t think it would have gotten any better. The most unintentionally funny […]

 

Is she or isn’t she?

Posted by: ST on April 7, 2008 at 8:11 pm » 4 Comments

The rumors have been swirling for a while now that Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice was interested in the vice presidential nod, and today they reached fever pitch after this ABC News report: ABC News’ Mary Bruce Reports: Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is actively courting the vice presidential nomination, Republican strategist Dan Senor said. […]

 

Area events

Posted by: ST on April 7, 2008 at 3:48 pm » Comments Off

FYI, Republican candidate for NC governor Fred Smith is currently holding a series of rallies this month to give voters an opportunity to get to know who he is and where he stands on the issues. Appearing at these rallies will be country music singer and Fred Smith supporter Lee Greenwood, who will sing several […]

 

Ed Schultz continues the “McCain is a warmonger” battle cry

Posted by: ST on April 7, 2008 at 11:10 am » 5 Comments

Over the weekend, Barack Obama found his campaign in a bit of hot water after it was reported that liberal talk show host Ed Schultz called John McCain a “warmonger” in an intro he did for the junior Senator from Illinois at a fundraiser for the North Dakota Dem party last Friday. The McCain campaign […]

 

Hillary’s chief strategist Mark Penn has left the building

Posted by: ST on April 7, 2008 at 8:58 am » 4 Comments

More shake-ups in the higher echelons of the Clinton campaign: ALBUQUERQUE, April 6 — Mark J. Penn quit Sunday as Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton’s chief strategist, the second shake-up in her campaign’s top ranks since the onetime front-runner for the Democratic presidential nomination began trailing Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.). Penn had been a polarizing figure […]