Now that the general election campaign is in full swing, we are beginning to see some telling traits come to light, which are defining the Obama political machine. In just over the last few days we've learned of several unique actions that can be chalked up to nothing but Politics as usual'. read more »
The Republican National Committee has launced a new website, www.MeetBarackObama.com.
The site gives the American voter lots of information to ponder about Obama, which should help to ensure the junior senator from Illinois is not elected in November. read more »
According to several news outlets, Barack Obama is projected to have clinched the Democratic Party nomination.
Of course, in reality there hasn't been an actual vote cast by the delegates at this point. But, if the reported tallies do end up being accurate (and the superdelegates do maintain their public and private endorsements) it looks like the process will truly be over.
Saturday's announcement that Barack Obama was leaving his church seemed eerily familiar.
A 'policy decision' was made by Obama that lacked a clear, valid explanation. It seemed to have been made using the utmost of emotion, with little to no logic. And it seemed to be a way to an 'ends' without taking into consideration the 'means'. read more »
As reported, Barack Obama has made an announcement that he is now resigning his membership at the ultra-controversial Trinity United Church of Christ of Chicago.
As I see it, this very late-in-the-game maneuver does nothing but put Obama and his supporters, both on your local street corner as well as the liberal media, in the worst of positions. read more »
Over the course of the last few days, Democratic front-runner Barack Obama has made several verbal missteps. But, I've seen little-to-no mention of these things in the liberal mainstream media.
First, there was the issue last Friday where Obama mistakenly stated there were 57 states, saying: read more »
Suddenly the guy who wants the "new" kind of politics...they guy who the mainstream media tells us is "post partisan"...has decided to play, well, politics. In this case, it's his subtle attempt to play the "age card" in his soon-to-be campaign against John McCain. read more »
The numbers do not lie. Hillary Clinton's hopes for winning the majority of the pledged delegates is now a virtual impossibility. Much to the dismay of many conservatives, including myself, she did not perform quite well enough on Tuesday to keep the nomination in doubt.
But, that may turn out to be for the best... The hand of the Clinton political machine may now be forced. read more »
Normally, these types spend so much time avoiding the truth that it's kind of entertaining when they swerve into it. That's what Paul Begala did on CNN when talking about the coalition of Obama supporters.
BEGALA: We cannot win with egg heads.
Let me finish my point.
Obama just can't seem to shake the Rev. Wright. This from the Washington Times:
Most Americans say Sen. Barack Obama has failed to distance himself from his former pastor"s incendiary remarks, the new Fox 5/The Washington Times/Rasmussen Reports poll finds.