That’s according to this guy. About a week ago some left-wing bloggers began circulating rumours that Bush had secretly signed something called the “John Warner Defense Authorization Act of 2007” that “allows the president to declare a ‘public emergency’ and station troops anywhere in America and take control of state-based National Guard units without the… Continue reading The “Nightmare” Bush Created Hasn’t Begun Yet
“If only the country could be more like California”
Not a line you hear very often from a Republican! SAN DIEGO – If only the country could be more like California. Not only do we have great weather, gorgeous beaches, and fulsome vineyards, but we also have a Republican governor, several other statewide elected Republicans, and numerous successful conservative ballot measures. We even defended… Continue reading “If only the country could be more like California”
Reluctant to Announce Republican Winner – Even after all votes are counted!
From NewsBusters – from what I’ve seen, this guy should be tossed out on his ear. At 12:33 ET, a very reluctant Chris Matthews gave an update on the Tennessee Senate race, unwilling to call the vote (even though it was complete) for Republican Bob Corker. He was overruled from the control room, but still… Continue reading Reluctant to Announce Republican Winner – Even after all votes are counted!
Election Day Dawns
Shortly, Americans will wake up and vote for 2 branches of their federal government. Frankly, at this point I’m finding it a little hard to care.
ABP the story. Internal Republican polls from around the country are showing a modest, yet consistent and noticeable trend in favor of Republican candidates. Note: these trends appeared before Saddam Hussein was found guilty of war crimes and sentenced to death—a turn of events Karl Rove himself could not have timed better for Republicans. He… Continue reading Democrats Melting…
Pentagon Rebuts Editorial In ‘Military Newspapers’ Calling For Rumsfeld Resignation
Oh, this one is nasty. Despite the official-sounding ring of “military newspapers,” these are commercial, private-sector operations owned by Gannett, the chain whose leading outlet is the left-leaning USA Today. The editorial is roughly as representative of the official military view of the Secretary as an anti-Rumsfeld rant by the New York Times. While the… Continue reading Pentagon Rebuts Editorial In ‘Military Newspapers’ Calling For Rumsfeld Resignation
American Midterms – Senate Predictions
Patrick Hynes, an experienced Republican political campaigner, blogs on his picks for the Senate. I think he’s pretty good, with just one hole. I don’t believe for a second that Liberman will go with the Republicans – he’s said clearly he won’t.
Electronic Election Fraud – Who would it favour?
While reading this article on some guys arrested for election fraud, two thoughts clicked.
This is not the Joke it looks like
Saw this headline on Scoop: “Karl Rove Announces Plans to Steal Election ’06“. I clicked the link thinking the author would be taking the mickey. Yet Rove told NPR he was certain of Republican majorities in both houses, and gave laughable reasons for his claim. Rove had no actual evidence to point to. Now, this… Continue reading This is not the Joke it looks like
Republicans are Toast
Yawn. Yep, and Kerry is president. Look, I have to say when a minor player in either part in the USA does something stupid I just don’t care. Having said that, this is something that just might backfire massively. What Jordon doesn’t realise is that if the Republicans lose, the system over there doesn’t work… Continue reading Republicans are Toast