Daily Archives: October 18, 2012


What an absolute fraud. Item: In the wake of Rep. Paul Ryan’s embarrassing soup kitchen photo-op last week, the organization that runs the facility tells The Huffington Post that donors have begun pulling their money out of the Youngstown, Ohio … Continue reading

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The Biggest Gaffe Ever?

Charles Krauthammer thinks yes, it was.  Obama made a serious mistake in the last debate: “And the suggestion that anybody in my team, whether the secretary of state, our U.N. ambassador, anybody on my team would play politics or mislead … Continue reading

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Poll Dancing

Maybe it’s just me. But I view the recent good polling news for Romney with a very jaundiced eye. I can’t turn around and celebrate the recent polls after seeing just how badly skewed the earlier ones were. But maybe … Continue reading

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Hillary’s War on Women

Stop whining! Clinton, in the interview with Marie Claire, was discussing Anne-Marie Slaughter, a former director of policy planning at the State Department who left in 2011. This summer, Slaughter wrote a much-discussed cover story in the Atlantic — “Why … Continue reading

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Still Voting Present

The Denier-in-Chief who takes no responsibility:  It’s not my fault. He comes across as one of those smart kids who always had some elaborate excuse to disperse responsibility for anything bad in his vicinity. And so it was in his … Continue reading

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50 Shades of Lame

So the new lefty meme is women in binders. Over the summer the press was celebrating  mommy porn binders on women. They’ve lost it completely. 50 Shades of Lame, indeed. Tweet

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Too Little, Too Late?

Karl Rove thinks yes: After the debate, CNN found that Mr. Romney came out ahead on the essential question of who was better for handling “the economy” with 58% to Mr. Obama’s 40%. This was an improvement from Denver, when … Continue reading

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