Well, despite all the efforts on the part of the media to get Hillary out of this thing, I'd say that by winning Pennsylvania, she pretty well just guaranteed that she'll be able to be in this thing for the duration. read more »
It's clear from Barack Obama's latest verbal mishap that he just doesn't get it!
In making some highly prejudicial remarks about small-town America, he stated that there is a large degree of "bitterness" and resentment festering under the surface, which manifests itself into xenophobia, religious fervor, and arsenal-building. Obama stated: read more »
Out of the closet on his positions on many aspects of the gay agenda that is. Check this out from the Boston Globe:
Barack Obama pledges that if he wins the presidency, he would pass an employment nondiscrimination law covering gay Americans, guarantee federal benefits to gay couples in civil unions, and would end the "don't ask, don't tell" policy that prevents gays and lesbians from serving openly in the military.
Some more conservative reaction to Obama's big race speech the other day for you to check out...
It seems like the fallout over Jeremiah Wright hasn't been good for Obama in the polls. Check out the results from three Survey USA polls conducted in the past week showing the differences in a McCain/Hillary matchup vs. McCain/Obama: read more »
There is one facet of Obama's Philadelphia speech on Tuesday that has continued to unnerve me more and more, as time continues to pass.
It was the instance where he interjected his very own grandmother into the huge controversy with this statement: read more »
Thomas Sowell's piece today for National Review Online does a perfect job of summing up what Obama's speech was all about yesterday.
The point is made that, though the right questions may be asked... Though the proper scrutiny may be applied to Obama's words that have been spoken in the last several days on the issue... All of this, ultimately, may not matter to a good many who have sipped the Obama Kool-Aid. read more »
Reaction to Obama's speech.
Newsbusters points out we still don't know if he told the truth when he initially said he wasn't present in church when Wright made those type of comments.
Obama's giving his big speech on race today in order to counter the ill effects on his campaign due to his former pastor's hate speech from the pulpit. (Polipundit has some of Pastor Wright's greatest hits here.) Drudge has the transcript of the speech here. read more »