Daily Archives: October 30th, 2008 «

 

Thanks again, Bill :)

Posted by: ST on October 30, 2008 at 10:30 pm » 4 Comments

After reading this, I see another RNC/McCain ad with Bill Clinton featured prominently coming soon (via ST reader NC Cop): Barack Obama cultivated the image of a cool and collected leader during the height of the economic crisis last month, when lawmakers on Capitol Hill scrambled to draft a workable bailout package after a meltdown […]

 

Time for another round of “you might be a racist if”

Posted by: ST on October 30, 2008 at 7:51 pm » 1 Comment

You might be a racist if … you vote for Obama, or don’t vote for Obama. Yeah, I know – that one’s a headscratcher, but the Open Market link explains it well. Oh, and the guy who said it? He could be in line to be the DOJ’s Asst. Attorney General on Civil Rights under […]

 

Prostitutes for Obama-Biden

Posted by: ST on October 30, 2008 at 2:26 pm » 7 Comments

Here’s some Thursday afternoon humor for you: They’re convicted streetwalkers, escorts and brothel babes collared in 2000 and from 2003-2006, uncovered during a Trib special report on local prostitution that will be published after the election. Based on the prostitutes’ voter registration cards, they’re destined to become Obama girls in November. That’s because 78 percent […]

 

It ain’t over: Encouraging early voter/poll numbers

Posted by: ST on October 30, 2008 at 11:45 am » 5 Comments

Jim Geraghty’s got several posts up this morning on early vote numbers coming out of Nevada and Florida that look promising for Mc so far – especially related to they “youth vote” turnout, new polling information showing that it looks like Mc is closing the gap PA, and he also reports that Obama will be […]

 

Joe the plumber’s privacy invaded by Obama-supporting government worker

Posted by: ST on October 30, 2008 at 9:08 am » 3 Comments

… in Ohio. Where’s the outrage from The Usual Suspects? Where’s the condemnation from Obama? You know had this been a McCain supporter using their government position to access the private records of an Obama supporter for political purposes, there would be an immediate demand for McCain to condemn the abuse of power – not […]