Steve McCullough's blog
The Democrats keep repeating the mantra that the financial crisis is the fault of the Bush Administration and Republicans. When is McCain going to hit back and lay this mess at the feet of those who created it and refused to do anything to control it? Bill O'Reilly ripped into Barney Frank, head of the House Financial Services Committee, last night for blaming everyone but himself and accepting no personal responsibility for this mess. read more »
Here's what I have learned from the American media:
1. Barack Obama should be the first black person elected to the presidency - that's good. It's destiny.
2. Barack Obama has plenty of experience to be president. His "community organizing" and less than 1 term in the Senate has thoroughly prepared him to be president despite his lack of foreign policy experience.
3. John McCain is going to die in the next 4 years. Count on it.
4. If John McCain is elected president, Sarah Palin is going to assume the office in the next 4 years. That's a catastrophe. read more »
Significance: First woman vice-presidential candidate for her party.
Foreign Policy Experience: none.
Years holding a political office: 10+.
The Challenge: read more »
Now that Senator Barack Obama has wrapped up the Democratic Party's presidential nomination, it's time for him to answer some questions about where he stands on the issues that are important to the American people. Here are my questions for the senator: read more »
Take the online poll here: http://www.stevemc2.com
Recently our elected
representatives in Congress interrogated the heads of the major oil
companies (those evil corporations) and wanted to know why these
companies are making a profit for their stockholders. Of course, many of us are
stockholders either through our IRA's, our 401K's, or the stock market. But,
never mind that. "Big Oil" is the evil-doer and the cause for high
gas prices. Oh, really? read more »
Have you seen the bumper
sticker that reads, "War Is Not the Answer?". I saw one the other day
and thought to myself, "That's a nice sentiment but it is a simplistic,
ill-informed slogan". In truth, war sometimes is the answer. There are
many anti-war protest groups, many of them formed on American university
campuses, which continue to believe that war never changes anything and should
never be considered, regardless of the consequences of not waging war. There read more »
He's just going to keep on drifting further and further to the Left. Obama in February:"I have no intention of taking away folks' guns.I think it's important for us to recognize
that we've got a tradition of handgun ownership and gun ownership
generally. And a lot of law-abiding citizens use it for hunting, for
sportsmanship, and for protecting their families." read more »