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Friday, September 26, 2008

A Half Century of Presidential Debate History

A Half Century of Presidential Debate History



As Barack Obama and John McCain prepare for the first of three presidential debates, take a look back at previous debates that have helped define elections. (Sept. 20)

Category: News & Politics

Tags: debates history century presidential debate

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Hillary Clinton Write-In Candidate?

Barack Obama could be in trouble if this catches wind.

Friday, September 12, 2008

Sarah Palin ABC Interview with Charlie Gibson

Sarah Palin talks with Charles Gibson of ABC about foreign policy and her level of experience.

Also, a quick look into Palin's hisory (Snopes and elsewhere) all refute the rumor she banned books.

Part 1


Part 2
Sarah Palin ABC Gibson Interview - Nukes, Iran, Terrorism

Part 3
Sarah Palin ABC Gibson Interview - Russia is our neighbor!

Part 4
Sarah Palin ABC Gibson Interview - Georgia Conflict

Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Matt Damon Disses Hockey Moms, Disney

Damon Condemns Palin



Did he really say he wanted to know Palin's views about dinosaurs ("I wanna know that. I really do")? Sounds to me like he needs to see what stop by Snopes.com to check out her banning books (did not happen).
Actor Matt Damon speaks out on the Republicans' choice of hockey-mom Sarah Palin for VP. Damon compares her rise to a 'really bad Disney movie' and says it's crazy that this woman could become President. (Sept. 10)

Barack Obama Calls Sarah Palin a Pig (But It Doesn't Matter)

You heard the soundbite. Barack Obama calls Sarah Palin a pig. The right wing is in an uproar, but it does not matter. Sure, he did, and all the Obama's yapping about how he was really calling John McCain a pig is pure bull hockey. Palin is not offended. McCain's campaign is just capitalizing on a stupid Obama remark.

Still, it does not matter. Also, it does not matter that Obama's dad was a deadbeat, or that McCain is a war hero. What matters is what they stand for:

Barack Obama: Quintessential liberal: strongly prochoice, progovernment, antiIraq
John McCain: Quintessential conservative: strongly prolife, small governmemt, proIraq

Both claim reform. Both have a newbie (Obama/Palin). Both have a Washington career politician (Biden, McCain). All, but Palin, are loaded financially, and she is hardly poor.