Archive for September, 2008

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Stanley Kurtz talks ACORN

September 30, 2008

Linked from HotAir:

While I was at the gym during lunch, one of the TV’s had Fox on and they were talking about ACORN with Former Ohio Secretary of State Ken Blackwell.  While it was interesting stuff, I couldn’t help but notice that none of the other TV’s, which had CNBC, CNN and MSNBC on, had anything about ACORN.  CNN had something about Palin, CNBC had people talking about failout and MSNBC was playing “Stairway to Heaven” backwards.

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Obama vs. his Teleprompter

September 30, 2008

from Iowahawk:

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We’re the Buffalo Bills (excluding the Superbowl stuff)

September 30, 2008

January 3, 1993 – In the AFC Wildcard playoffs, Jim Kelly’s Buffalo Bills faced off against Warren Moon’s Houston Oilers. At halftime, the Bills were down 28-3. Warren Moon was 19 for 22 and had 218 yards in the air. Jim Kelly went down and a backup quarterback that nobody ever heard of, Frank Reich stepped behind the center.  In the second half, the Bills came back to tie the game at 38.  It went to overtime, where Steve Christie won this thing.

We are closing in on halftime of this thing.  One debate down, we’re down. McKelly is busy dealing with the economic mess. It seems as if nobody believes in Sarah Palin or knows what she’s capable of.  While Obama is nowehere near as capable as Warren Moon, the media is pretty much firing on all cylinders against us.  This Thursday, it is time for Sarah Palin to shine and begin the comeback drive. It’s not too late to believe.

If necessary, the Supreme Court can be our Steve Christie.

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Obama Attacks McCain’s “Economic Philosophy” — read “Capitalism”

September 30, 2008

The “economic philosophy” he fails to define is “capitalism”, he just won’t tell you directly.  Obama criticizes its effects, but fails to define what this philosophy is.  The One is attacking capitalism.

 

– AP

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Using Children to Spread Political Ideology is Dangerous – Watch This Video and the One Below

September 30, 2008
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Seriously?

September 30, 2008

Obama youth?

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NYT: Court Allows Early Voting and Same Day Registration in Ohio

September 30, 2008

NYT:

The early voting begins Tuesday and runs through Oct. 6. The Ohio Supreme Court and a federal judge in Cleveland on Monday upheld the weeklong voting period. Later in the day, Judge George Smith of Federal District Court in Columbus declined to rule, deferring to the Ohio Supreme Court decision.

But Judge Smith ruled that counties must allow party poll observers during early voting.

The disputed voting window results from an overlap between Tuesday’s beginning of absentee voting 35 days before Election Day, and the Oct. 6 end of voter registration.

We need all of our lawyers out there and ready to fight on the ground. People from out of state will likely pour in and try to get in on some voting. ACORN will be knee deep in this mess and McCain needs to be ready to fight.