Buoyed up by the “young and plucky” governor from Alaska, “plucky” enough to hear death threats against her opponent and not bat her mascara, this campaign has entered into its most surreal phase yet.
After John McCain’s slightly scolding “responsibility” spiel, Obama stated bluntly that healthcare was a right.
I ask all Americans to believe in the promise of the world’s support for Obama.
McCain’s repeated references to not being “Miss Congeniality” ended up a bit confusing—a veiled reference to his running mate?
There is a vast conspiracy controlling the U.S. government, and it is comprised of vampires, Templars, and rich people.
It is indeed funny that the first people to decry suggestions for national health care as “socialism” are willing to take government money to bail out huge investment banks.
There is the idea that nominating Palin reaches out to the conservative religious types—but are arch-conservative Christians going to like having a woman in power?
And how will Republicans pick on Obama? Hillary did a lot of the work for them
“The worst thing I have going for me is my own party’s incumbent president, and the best thing I have going for me is the brain trust driving the clown car that is the Democratic party nominating process over a cliff…”
…what happened just now, on Super Tuesday?