Monthly Archives: October 2008

Obama Aunt in Section 8 Housing

U.S. Senator Barack Obama–whose Senate salary was bolstered by an almost 2 million dollar book deal advance in 2005–has raised over $600 million dollars in his bid for the presidency. Part of his desire to be president is rooted in … Continue reading

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Alphonso Rachel

The best lines, and they’re a lot of them, from Alphonso Rachel: [4:30] Democrats farming votes. [5:30] Why buckets of crabs don’t have lids. [5:55] ‘The price that John McCain paid for his country, Democrats can’t even pay the taxes … Continue reading

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ACORN and voter fraud

Both political parties have constituents which are less than ideal. Very broadly speaking, most racists vote Republican and most people willfully dependent on government vote Democratic. As a nation we are about to elect a president which employees prefer, in … Continue reading

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Classic only for posterity MSM maneuver

Watch for this tactic over the last week of the presidential campaign. After operating as an extension of the Obama camp for months and now believing that victory is secure, the MSM can now safely criticize the Democratic nominee. This … Continue reading

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A break in the ranks

An ABC news tech columnist, Michael Malone has gone public with his disgust at the bias in the MSM in favor of Barack Obama. Whenever there is a ‘break in the ranks,’ the person gets disproportionate attention given the nature … Continue reading

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Glen Johnson

Miami Herald Boxing article by Santos Perez on Glen Johnson. ————————————————————————————- Crucial bout for two boxers Posted on Mon, Oct. 27, 2008 BY SANTOS A. PEREZ Glen Johnson’s disappointment dealt with disputed scorecards. Edison Miranda’s discontent proved more painful than … Continue reading

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If That’s Lloyd, Ari Gold Can’t Be Far Behind

Ted Stevens being found guilty was expected. But I was shocked to see him accompanied by Lloyd from Entourage. That show is taking realism too far.

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Jeopardy answers in the USA’s future

Alex Trebeck: Our Jeopardy answer is, America Suffers to This Day Fom a Lack of Wealth Redistribution. Jeopardy contestant: ‘What is something we’ll hear indirectly from a candidate during the campaign, but which is deeply felt? Alex, can I add … Continue reading

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Lies we hope don’t matter

Start the revolution without me. I came across a blog from a former co-worker of Obama during the mid 80′s. Please do yourself the favor of reading his short post about what he thought of Obama’s book, as well as … Continue reading

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The gamble of increasing tax rates

The gamble is that increasing tax rates on the wealthy will not cause them to alter their behavior to avoid the increased tax expense and as a result, will result in much greater tax receipts. I think most Americans assume … Continue reading

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