Monday, January 14, 2008

Yes. Yes, please.

McCain is now leading in California. Let's hope it sticks for the next few weeks.

And no, I don't have the time to post anything more substantive tonight. Class comes way too early in the morning these days.

Thursday, January 10, 2008

For any Ron Paul fans still out there...

I doubt you're reading this site, but if you are, read this article. Then this one. Then decide if you can endorse someone of that moral caliber (hint: low, makes a pellet rifle look like a hand cannon).

For those of you who dislike Dr. Paul, now you have something more to show your friends who support him.

And lastly, if you don't like a presidential candidate, why not confront him or her with real issues? Like this one? I have a hard time imagining FOX leveling these accusations with any real credibility, but that says more about them and their motivation for excluding Dr. Paul from debates than anything else.

Monday, January 7, 2008


Okay, so I'm not a fan of Hillary Clinton. But this is pretty impressive. I like her responses to the hecklers involved. Besides, as little as I like the Senator, those guys really deserved anything they had coming. Can't people, you know, attack Clinton on issues of policy? It's not like the issues aren't there...

Oh, wait. It's Hillary Clinton. Who wants to bet that the Clinton 2008 campaign set this one up?

Oh, how I love election years...

The New Hampshire Republican Party is no longer sponsoring the FOX presidential debate, because FOX refuses to include Ron Paul as a candidate. There has been a lot of speculation as to why FOX would dislike Ron Paul, such as the fact that Dr. Paul's views are antithetical to the neocon agenda that FOX tends to promote.

I'm loving this. As little as I like Dr. Paul's candidacy (I would probably rather see any of the three leading Democratic candidates instead of him in the White House), it's always good to see FOX and the Murdoch media machine take a hit--an admittedly minor one, but still.

Even better, the Mitt Romney campaign may be heading for a train wreck, and Giuliani isn't doing much in New Hampshire. McCain is polling ahead of Romney in New Hampshire and will probably win that primary. Since Jerry Falwell isn't around to be tagged an "agent of intolerance" anymore, and nobody really cares about my favorite false prophet, McCain could even do well in South Carolina--we'll see. Hopefully Huckabee doesn't get too much of a boost from the Baptists down there, as he'd be a disaster as anything higher than VP nominee.

I can't believe I'm feeling good about this primary season.