Tag Archives: convention

Fannie and Freddie more important than the disposal of flags

(Updated Below) One of the big stories to come out the campaigns this weekend was McCain’s false claim that Democrats desecrated thousands of American flags used at the DNC in Denver. I’m glad to see the McCain camp and our venerable news media are focused on the vital issue of how to properly dispose of […]

Convention Crackdowns

Fortunately, after today we will no longer have to be bothered with hour upon hour of vacuous convention pomp, either from the Republicans or their willing enablers, the Democrats.  But before this pseudo-democratic spectacle ends, we should examine the ramifications of what’s been going on outside the conventions, in the streets. It’s understood that American […]

Wednesday Blogging – 9/3/08

Good morning everyone! 10:15am People at the McCain campaign are having fun sticking their feet in their mouths. “The vetting process was completely thorough and I’m grateful for the results.” – John McCain “This election is not about issues. This election is about a composite view of what people take away from these candidates.” – […]

Wednesday Blogging – 8/20/08

Another day. Another blog. Another post. 10:15am Of all the stories on this CNN homepage, why is a story about spanking school children #1? 10:45am All this Veep talk is getting annoying. And I must be going insane, because I’m starting to want Obama to pick Clinton. 11:05am Ezra Klein has a great post about […]