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MORE WHINING FROM OBAMA

Obama: Always playing the victim card!

Comment Posted By Cory On 19.05.2008 @ 12:00

OBAMA AND THE RADICALS: SOULMATES?

Great article. I must say what struck me the most is your comment about Castro. I have been thinking the exact same thing. My parents are Cuban and they were around when Castro came into power. My dad remembers being awed by Castro's words and promises. Obviously things changed when he came into power but by then it was too late. I see so many people caught up in Obama's hype that they refuse to see beyond his speeches and celebrity support.

My only hope is that the media wakes up, exposes some of these facts and helps educate these people before it's too late.

Comment Posted By Cory On 23.02.2008 @ 22:27

MY TURN TO MOURN FOR FRED (UPDATE: FRED OFFICIALLY OUT)

Fred's out. Mitt's in. Go Mitt!

Comment Posted By Cory On 22.01.2008 @ 20:19

GRIM CHOICES CONFRONT GOP

I am one of those who would NEVER cast a vote for McCain. His betrayal of his nation in supporting amnesty for illegals is all it takes to wipe away any and all of his national defense bonifides. Any Republican nominee (minus Paul) would act vigerously to defend America in the GWOT. Most of the polls I have seen show that conservatives either already like Romney or would get behind him if Fred were out of the race. That means he would be able to keep the base largely intact in a general election. The same is not true for Huckabee or McCain. Every election ultimately come down to the lesser of all evils. Romney will receive my support, and the longer it takes other conservatives to come around to this the greater the chances of our having McAmnesty as our nominee.

Comment Posted By Cory On 21.01.2008 @ 20:05

NARROWING THE FIELD

McCain is really only conservative on a handful of issues. He's pro-life (just like most of the other Republican nominees) and hawkish in the GWOT (just like most other Republican nominees). What reason do I have to vote FOR him? Because Hillary or Obama would be worse? I'm not even sure that that's true. I actually think it will be a good lesson for his most ardent supporters to see the base drop out from under him if he becomes the nominee. I personally would never vote for any candidate who wants amnesty for illegal immigrants. And that includes McCain. McCain would forever ruin the Republican Party, and even more importantly, America. And if anyone thinks I'm alone in thinking like this, wait and see what happens if he becomes the nominee and has no real conservatives there to support him.

Comment Posted By Cory On 20.01.2008 @ 19:45

All Fred is doing by staying in is denying Mitt between 5-15 points per state of conservatives who would vote for him. Fred is now just helping McCain. If people are actually interested in stopping liberals like Huckabee and McAmnesty, they need to vote Romney.

Comment Posted By Cory On 20.01.2008 @ 12:23

SOROS AND THE LANCET ELECTION HIT PIECE (UPDATE WITH A COMMENT FROM JOHN TIRMAN)

I wonder how many journalists have had their pockets lined by Soros to push out anti-war reports?

Comment Posted By Cory On 13.01.2008 @ 12:32

GOP DEBATE AN EXERCISE IN PILING ON

McCain and Huckabee won't be able to spin away their actual attacks on Romney this time (like they did in Iowa). Romney compares positions, while McCain and Huckabee engage in personal (and very immature) attacks. It's very clear to anyone (as long as they don't have an agenda). The NH voters will see what took place for what it is.

Comment Posted By Cory On 6.01.2008 @ 13:09

FACING UP TO THE UNBEARABLE TRUTH

Fred’s best chance ISN'T to have Huckabee and McCain take alternating states, because Mitt has tons of money and won’t go anywhere. His best chance is to get McCain and Huckabee out of the race and then be THE alternative to Mitt. I would love to see that race. At least then the alternatives are somewhat palatable.

Comment Posted By Cory On 4.01.2008 @ 18:22

McCAIN TO BE BLINDSIDED IN NEW HAMPSHIRE ON MONDAY? (MAYBE NOT: SEE UPDATE)

Where I got the info:

http://race42008.com/2008/01/02/rush-no-to-huckabee-mccain-and-giuliani/

From Politico:

In addition to Huckabee, he singled out John McCain for specific criticism, attacking the senator on immigration, campaign finance reform, interrogation and tax cuts.

"The idea that he’s a great conservative in this race is an affront to conservatives," Limbaugh said, accusing the media of "pushing McCain hard."

And from Rush himself:

http://www.rushlimbaugh.com/home/daily/site_010208/content/01125113.guest.html.guest.html

Comment Posted By Cory On 2.01.2008 @ 19:16


 


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