This pretty much sums up Governor Palin: “She has an incredibly thin résumé, a serious lack of gravitas, no coherent philosophy and the people around her are amateurs,” another top Republican pol argued. “She’s finished.” via Alaska’s governor Sarah Palin to resign, dooming her presidential pipe dream. That’s not to say she wont make the… Read more Harsh but probably accurate
Sarah Palin to resign as Governor of Alaska. Why would she do this? As governor she obtained real experience and she has made it clear she’s looking for a national office. When she runs for the Republican nod in 2012, does anyone think that her bailing before any tangible recovery happens in the economy will… Read more Okay, I don’t get it
President Obama took his wife on a date Saturday and some people are going nuts. The RNC I can understand since they are the “ZOMG we lost, now what?!” party. But regular folks who are in arms about this need to get a life.
Hopefully the Party of NO will let Judge Sotomayor get approved. She looks like a good choice but the GOP have already stated they’ll fillibuster anyone President Obama nominates.
I don’t agree with Senator McCain about many things, but I like him. I can disagree with his politics and still consider him to be a great American. He’s really beginning to embrace the Internet. First it was with a Twitter account and now someone has setup for him his own Youtube page. I’ve been… Read more Senator McCain is embracing the Internet
From a Fox news web article: Some Republicans believe President Obama killed any chance for bipartisanship when he opened the possibility of prosecution and a congressional investigation of Bush-era lawyers who authorized “enhanced” interrogation techniques on terror suspects. Possible Interrogation Probe Dashes Hopes for Bipartisanship Under Obama Now they say bipartisanship is dead? Remember children,… Read more Bipartisanship is dead already
You can’t trumpet how safe we all are while ignoring that they let the worst terrorist attack in the U.S. actually happen.
This has been kicking around on Reddit for months. One day before the inauguration, it’s not really funny anymore.
That is, Caroline Kennedy should wait until 2010 or 2012 and run for office the old fashioned way. Hillary Clinton came to New York and campaigned for that senate seat. She did not walk in and just say “Clinton!”, like she did in the presidential primaries. She worked the counties and listened to her future… Read more Caroline Kennedy should run for Senate
I don’t think this Iraqi journalist is going to be invited to the United States anytime soon. The President dodges well. It’s a fitting ending to President Bush’s last visit to Iraq.