What The Republicans Fear

Right now I’m busy watching former Vice President Al Gore speak at Invesco Field in Denver in preparation for Barrack Obama’s acceptance speech and a though occurred to me. This is what the Republicans fear.  They fear the crowds.  They fear the enthusiasm.  They fear the change.  Quite simply:...

Read’ems

If anyone missed the NY Times scoop on the Bush Administration’s failures concerning the hunt for bin Laden and our Pakistan policy, it’s a must read. To summarize, between Bush’s over-reliance on former Pakistani President Musharraf to remove al-Qa’ida from his country’s soil,...

Throwing darts at a board

As the countdown to the clinch continues, the Village Idiots are growing ever more idiotic at the prospect of talking gibberish when Senator Barack Obama becomes the first black nominee for president of the USA. David Gergen, charter member of The Best Political Team on Television™, just gave a preview of...

Anatomy of “100 Years”

In a fit of pure irony, the Republican party has been up in arms over something they have turned into fine art. I suppose, what’s good for the goose is not good for the gander. The uproar, of course, stems from a recent DNC ad that I myself wasn’t particularly thrilled with. Of course, my...

An Anti-McCain Ad I’m Not Thrilled With

Courtesy The Caucus: Believe it or not, I’m not thrilled with this ad, and not because it hits too hard or is a little below the belt. No, my opposition to this ad is that it’s not hard enough; it doesn’t go deep enough. The following little video gets closer, but it still falls short:...

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