Monday, September 29, 2008

McCain/Palin vs Katie Couric

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Sarah's parents

Click here to view CBS's interview of Sarah Palin. Great interview. I love the view. Now I really want to visit Alaska.

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The Pork of Joe Biden

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Sunday, September 28, 2008

Saturday, September 27, 2008

Liberal Paper endorsed McCain/Palin 08

"America is at war overseas and in an economic crisis here at home. Many of her citizens believe the country is on the wrong track. It is for times such as these that men like John McCain are made, to put country first so that it can be put right in its time of need. For this reason, The Examiner endorses McCain for president and his running mate, Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, for vice president."

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Democrat after Democrat

Shocking Video Unearthed Democrats in their own words Covering up the Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac Scam that caused our Economic Crisis.

At a 2004 hearing see Democrat after Democrat covering up and attacking the regulations to protect Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac (their Cash Cows) that are now destroying our economy because the Democrats let them cheat.

Friday, September 26, 2008

Thursday, September 25, 2008

Katie Couric interview of Sarah Part 2

Two videos of Sarah in NY Ground Zero

Sarah Palin tour of NY Ground Zero. First, interview with the press then tour of Ground Zero memorial.

Burning Down The House: What Caused Our Economic Crisis?

The culprits should be indicted, fined or imprisoned.

Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Katie Couric interview of Sarah


As usual, Obama is one step behind but he might still go to DC and vote "Present"


Wed Sept 24 2008 14:58:02 ET

MCCAIN: America this week faces an historic crisis in our financial system. We must pass legislation to address this crisis. If we do not, credit will dry up, with devastating consequences for our economy. People will no longer be able to buy homes and their life savings will be at stake. Businesses will not have enough money to pay their employees. If we do not act, ever corner of our country will be impacted. We cannot allow this to happen.

Last Friday, I laid out my proposal and I have since discussed my priorities and concerns with the bill the Administration has put forward. Senator Obama has expressed his priorities and concerns.This morning, I met with a group of economic advisers to talk about the proposal on the table and the steps that we should take going forward.I have also spoken with members of Congress to hear their perspective.

It has become clear that no consensus has developed to support the Administration' proposal. I do not believe that the plan on the table will pass as it currently stands, and we are running out of time.

Tomorrow morning, I will suspend my campaign and return to Washington after speaking at the Clinton Global Initiative. I have spoken to Senator Obama and informed him of my decision and have asked him to join me.

I am calling on the President to convene a meeting with the leadership from both houses of Congress, including Senator Obama and myself. It is time for both parties to come together to solve this problem.

We must meet as Americans, not as Democrats or Republicans, and we must meet until this crisis is resolved.I am directing my campaign to work with the Obama campaign and the commission on presidential debates to delay Friday night's debate until we have taken action to address this crisis.

I am confident that before the markets open on Monday we can achieve consensus on legislation that will stabilize our financial markets, protect taxpayers and homeowners, and earn the confidence of the American people. All we must do to achieve this is temporarily set politics aside, and I am committed to doing so.

Following September 11th, our national leaders came together at a time of crisis. We must show that kind of patriotism now. Americans across our country lament the fact that partisan divisions in Washington have prevented us from addressing our national challenges. Now is our chance to come together to prove that Washington is once again capable of leading this country.

Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Obama will render us defenseless....

He is planning to stop funding the anti-ballistic system and destroy our deterrent -nuclear missiles stockpile.

Photos of Sarah in NY

All I can is she is quite elegant and very beautiful....

Republican vice-presidential nominee Sarah Palin was in New York Tuesday getting a crash course in international diplomacy.

Credits: Sabo/News
Published: 09/23/2008 20:33:41

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Obama's Axelrod Astroturfs - an Attack Against Palin

The MSM should cover and expose this smear campaign by the Obama campaign. This is the lowest and worst of politics.

"The media love covering grassroots attacks on major political candidates. The attacks signal a large base of Americans disturbed by a particular candidate or issue. When those grassroots attacks are manufactured by public relations firms, they aren’t real: they’re astroturfed -- fake attacks designed to look like a grassroots movement."

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The real MAVERICK....

"There is one person who's been consistent on reform issues, and that's been John McCain." (Barack Obama, Press Conference, 2/1/06).

Obama's Friends

Monday, September 22, 2008

McCain/Palin rally in Media, PA held today

Click here to watch the rally at Media, PA

How the Democrats Created the Financial Crisis

The financial crisis of the past year has provided a number of surprising twists and turns, and from Bear Stearns Cos. to American International Group Inc., ambiguity has been a big part of the story.

Why did Bear Stearns fail, and how does that relate to AIG? It all seems so complex.

But really, it isn't. Enough cards on this table have been turned over that the story is now clear. The economic history books will describe this episode in simple and understandable terms: Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac exploded, and many bystanders were injured in the blast, some fatally.

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McCain LIVE townhall meeting in PA

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Sunday, September 21, 2008

70,000 attended the PALIN rally in FL

“Sa-Rah! Sa-Rah!” they chanted at every mention of her name, applauding loudly and waiving tiny American flags that were distributed -- along with free water bottles -- by local volunteers. The fire chief estimated the crowd at 70,000.

Greenspan’s sins return to haunt us

Back in 2002, when his reputation as “The Man Who Saved the World” was at its peak, Alan Greenspan, former chairman of the Federal Reserve, came to Britain to pick up his knighthood. His biggest fan, Gordon Brown, now the UK prime minister, had ensured that the citation said it was being awarded for promoting “economic stability”.

Conservative student vs Liberal teacher

The Diddy's Retort

Friday, September 19, 2008

Hillary Supporters/Advisors are endorsing McCain big time

(Below is a press release from the John McCain-Sarah Palin campaign announcing that a former senior political advisor to Hillary Clinton and a Clinton organizer have held a conference call to endorse McCain for president.)

ARLINGTON, Va. — Today, McCain-Palin 2008 held a press conference call with Miguel D. Lausell, Senior Political Advisor to Hillary Clinton, and Clinton Delegate-at-Large Luchy Secaira. Both Lausell and Secaira endorsed John McCain for president. Excerpts from today's conference call:

Luchy Secaira: "I was a very strong Hillary Clinton supporter because she had a set of principles, characteristics, and her stand on the issues along with a track record of fighting on behalf of families. That was very attractive to me.

"Well, we now know that the primaries are over. However, those qualities are not transferable. I do not believe that Senator Obama shares in those qualities. Therefore, my support and my vote is also non-transferable.

"I am supporting John McCain and Governor Palin because John McCain has spent his whole life standing up for his country. He has a record of fairness, compassion, responsibility, and giving back.

"Governor Palin is a woman of compassion and accomplishment in the mold of Senator Clinton. So I have chosen to put my country before my party and this is the ticket to support.

"They both care deeply about working families. They are reformers. They will go to Washington and they will remember who sent them there. So country before party, and that is why I'm supporting John McCain and Governor Sarah Palin. ...

"And you know the Hispanic community knows John McCain. They know him. They know that he has a record. They know that has gone up against his own party on behalf of the Hispanic community."

Miguel D. Lausell: "I decided, after searching my conscience, to back Senator McCain for many reasons. He is a man of great experience. He's a sound man. He's a man that you know what you're getting when you vote for him.

"And the country is in very difficult situation and needs a man that can decide on difficult matters and has the experience and the soundness to help the struggle to get through these bad times.

"I cannot say the same about Senator Obama. We don't know what we're getting when we vote for him. He doesn't really have the experience."

On Barack Obama's recent ad that used out-of-context quotes from Rush Limbaugh to insinuate that John McCain insulted Hispanics:

Secaira: "There goes the new politics. I don't see anything new about put-down politics. And once again, I want to reiterate that the Hispanic community has nothing to fear because they know John McCain.

"Again, he has fought against his own party on behalf of the Hispanic community and was an integral part in trying to bring forth comprehensive immigration reform. The Hispanic community knows John McCain in his home state, in New Mexico. They know what John McCain plans for. And I don't believe that they will be easily fooled by this misleading and disgraceful ad."

Lausell: "It's a very low blow on the part of the Obama campaign because it's completely untrue and completely relates Senator McCain to something he's not related to.

"It denies, basically, the basic premise of all of his actions. And, frankly, if you have a candidate that is willing to go so low, what can you expect if you elect him to office?"

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Blaine, MN McCain/Palin rally held today....

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CNN's Campbell Brown just made a fool of herself...

Campbell is the one who is bitter because Lynn Forester de Rothschild endorsed McCain.

Video of the McCain/Palin Rally yesterday in Cedar Rapids, Iowa:

Part 1

McCain Wins Endorsement of Democrat

Third major Democrat endorsement of McCain/Palin in the last two days.
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Thursday, September 18, 2008

Barack Obama Is The Worst Kind Of Politician

By: Herb Denenberg, The Bulletin

"But when you call him an old-time politician you pay him an undue compliment, as he is much sleazier and grubbier than the typical politician. Before you accuse me of name-calling, let me offer some compelling evidence that Sen. Obama and his campaign engage in tactics that are even beneath the run-of-the-mill old-line politician." Click here for more...

Watch the Green Bay rally held today

Hmm...Bill Clinton noticed Sarah Palin...

"I think she, I get why she's done so well. It's a mistake to underestimate her. She's got good intuitive skills. They're significant." Click here for more...

UPDATE: Video of the interview

Caroline Baum of Bloomberg - Palin got t*ts!


On-going video - click pause to stop if needed.

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Lynn Forester De Rothschild on why Supporting McCain

Wolf Blitzer was not very happy with this interview...

Part 1 - Sarah Palting for accepting McCain's VP

Part 2 - Palin on being a Washington Outsider

Part 3 - Palin on mixing-up Alaskan Politics

Palin joins McCain for Michigan town hall meeting

"GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (AP) — Sarah Palin, cloistered since her surprise pick as the Republican Party's vice presidential candidate, symbolically butted in Wednesday night and answered her first question from a member of the public since joining the ticket.

The Alaska governor, appearing at a town hall with GOP presidential nominee John McCain, interrupted him, saying: "John, John, can I add something?"

McCain, smiling, replied: "Always."

Palin argued that McCain's support for sending thousands more U.S. troops to Iraq put the country on the cusp of victory and was freeing it to focus elsewhere in its battle against terrorists.

"We must win there so that we can win in Afghanistan also," Palin said. "He knows how to win a war."

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