Monthly Archives: November 2008

Is Obama a Marxist?

I suppose that there are two ways to ask that question. The first way is to ask “is he explicitly a Marxist?” The other is to ask “is he implicitly a Marxist?” I don’t think that there is any doubt … Continue reading

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Ann Coulter throws David Brooks down a flight of stairs…

…and then jams the spike of one of her high heels through his eye socket as she adjusts her little black dress. Every Republican should print that column and read it every morning with coffee until they get it.

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Veteran’s Day

McQ has an excellent tribute today that gives credit to all those who served behind the lines of combat and were essential to the functioning excellence of U.S. military force. I thank God for all these warriors, from the communications … Continue reading

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Nobody is “my president”

The latest abuse of language making it’s way through the culture is an old abuse renewed. Those who fought like hell to defeat Barack Obama are now taking a brief moment of genuflexion to say that “Barack Obama is my … Continue reading

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You betcha

VDH caught this gem from the yapping Pomeranian: When I hear a partisan insider like Paul Begala urging at the 11th hour that we now rally around lame-duck Bush in his last few days, I detect a sense of apprehension … Continue reading

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“Keep flying the airplane as far into the crash as you possibly can.”

Beck offers an account of his friend George’s anger over the election. We are in for it, for sure, unless Obama was just kidding. But by instantly naming the repulsive Rahm Emanuel as White House chief of staff, Obama signals … Continue reading

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The “28 Days Effect” has hit hard

Dale Franks found this report.

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I rose early and was on the road

That’s why I haven’t said what I needed to say here today. Did a lot of walking in Manhattan and paid a visit to Dr. G. Meanwhile, Al Swearengen fairly well sums up the Vandam policy about all this. (A … Continue reading

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If you want your election coverage straight up…

…Michael Barone is doing the hard analysis of state-by-state returns on the Fox News Channel. He knows the make-up of every county in every state, and he’ll tell you what the results coming in from each are pointing to.

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Well, someone inside the McCain campaign thinks it looks good

The McCain people have been trying to say that the pre-election polls did not have a good grip on the electorate. Now someone on the inside thinks they’re going to win.

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The get out the vote effort in Chicago…

…seems to be going smoothly, as usual.

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A concerned citizen does a video of the vanguard of the Obama freicorps in Philadelphia

Apparently, voting in Philly requires beefed up “security.” Update: The guy with the billyclub seems to be more openminded about Obama today than he was in this profile. Wait: McQ has that one plus two more, including a great “I … Continue reading

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While the outcome is still unknown

If Obama wins this election it will be the culminating achievement of the Long March through the Institutions by the Left in America, the final paving brick in the road first hypothesized by the Italian Communist Antonio Gramsci. Gramsci called … Continue reading

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Obama’s mind was so open that the radical Left drove several trucks through it

Andrew McCarthy, the prosecutor of the Blind Sheik, who was behind the plot to blow up New York City landmarks, and the great Claudia Rosett, who exposed the UN Oil for Food scandal, team up to examine Barack Obama’s immersion … Continue reading

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Well, ah, I, uh, guess you can change your mind, too

McQ is featuring a video of The One telling us how he’ll be doing things. And how the wind is blowing appears to play a rather large role in that.

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Obama’s taxes also have a way of adding up

Grover Norquist on Obama’s tax plans (check out that last sentence in the quoted passage): Obama’s taxes also have a way of adding up. He has called for raising the top marginal tax rate on individuals and small businesses from … Continue reading

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