How Weird is the Obama Campaign?

Yeah, as weird as the above video.  This piece of repulsive tripe is the work of the advertising agency, believe it or not, that came up with the Got Milk? ad campaign.  Go here to the Daily Caller for the details.  Obama is

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Michael Barone Predicts Romney Win

  Absolutely no one has a better nuts and bolts knowledge, down to the precinct level, than Michael Barone.  He is not a partisan but a technical analyst.  I was somewhat surprised therefore when last night on Hannity he unhesistatingly

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Lone Star State v. the UN

Observers  from the UN, allied with Leftist groups in the US, are planning to send observers to monitor our elections to ensure that there is no “voter suppression”: United Nations-affiliated election monitors from Europe and central Asia will be at

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Obama, Bovine Droppings and Defeat

  Most losing political campaigns tend to give off a reek of desperation as election day approaches.  We see this in a Rolling Stones interview given by Obama on October 11, and published today where he refers to Romney as a

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Eastwooding

Clint Eastwood reminds us that a second Obama administration would be a rerun of the first, and I suspect that would be a best case analysis.  Here is the immortal video of Clint “Eastwooding” an empty chair at the Republican

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Religious Bigotry and the Left

  One of the tools that some Obama supporters have been utilizing in their quest to give Obama another four years to transform the country in his image is the raw sewage of religious bigotry.  Christopher Johnson, a non-Catholic who

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Who Was Presidential?

I have to give the Republican National Committee credit this year when it comes to being quick off the dime in producing web videos.  The above was put out immediately in the aftermath of the debate contrasting the calm demeanor

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The Debates Are History!

    And what an interesting history, up till this night, the debates have written in this election contest.  In the first debate a lifeless Obama and an energized Romney turned the election on its head with Romney taking the lead

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Age of Unbelief

      Tying in with my co-blogger Dave Hartline’s post, which may be read here, my favorite living historian Victor Davis Hanson has a brilliant column today on the cynicism towards government that has justifiably grrown like Topsy during the period of

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Sandra Who?

    Sandra Fluke, her 15 minutes of fame having elapsed, talked to ten people in Reno yesterday as part of the Obama campaign. Ten people?  In my small town of Dwight, Illinois I could have over a hundred people assemble

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Obama 2016 Out on DVD

Dinesh D’Souza’a Obama 2016 is out on DVD.  It has no special features, but I would recommend purchasing it if you didn’t see the movie.  During its theatrical release earlier this year it earned a stunning 33,000,000 which is fantastic

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Obama Waves the Dead Fetus

In the movie Patton, there is a somewhat eerie scene where Patton indicates why he knows that the Third Reich is on the ropes: “I had a dream last night. In my dream it came to me…that right now the whole Nazi

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Great Depression II

  Hattip to Ed Morrissey at Hot Air.  Steve Rattner, Obama’s former car czar, explains in the video above how economic growth under Obama is in the toilet along with Obama’s re-election prospects. Steve Rattner, the former “car czar” for

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Barbed Laughs

Barack Obama and Mitt Romney appeared tonight at the Al Smith Dinner and gave the usual humorous speeches.  A few observations: 1.  Romney the Standup Comic-I was surprised at how well Romney did.  Comedy and Mitt Romney would seem to

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Did Joe Sleep Through the War With Iran?

In the above video our beloved National Clown lauded our veterans who served in Iraq and Iran.  What do you think? 1.  Bone headed Biden being bone headed Biden. 2.  Give Joe a break, they both begin with I! 3. 

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Some Quick Post Debate Thoughts

President Obama’s performance in the first debate was, unarguably, pretty lethargic, and he took a big hit in the polls shortly afterward. The general wisdom drawn from this, especially on the democratic side of the aisle, seemed to be that

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Candy Crowley Grudgingly Admits That Romney Was Right

Last night I lambasted Candy Crowley for this: “3.  Crowley Hearts Obama-Candy Crowley attempted to come to the rescue of the President in misstating that Obama blamed the Benghazi attack on terrorism in his rose garden statement.  That is incorrect. 

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I Was Watching a Townhall and a Fight Broke Out

      Predictably Obama was very aggressive tonight.  Less predictably perhaps, Romney was just as aggressive.  Here are some thoughts: 1.  Wired Obama-Obama came loaded with talking points and spoke rapidly throughout the debate to get them all out. 2. 

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Debate Advice-Round Two

      I posted debate advice for Mitt Romney prior to the first debate which may be read here.  My advice for round two is as follows: 1.  Don’t Get Cocky-You had an exceptionally good first debate.  Enjoy it and

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When Fake Messiahs Bleed

  There is a great scene in Kipling’s story The Man Who Would Be King.  Two British adventurers take over  a fictional kingdom, with one of them pretending to be a god.  The whole exploit goes pear-shaped when the “god”

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Biden Contra Biden

Hattip to John Hinderaker at Powerline.  Biden, our Veep and Beloved National Clown, reacts to some of the wilder things that he has said over the years.

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Socialism: The Poor Get Poorer

  Thomas Peterffy came to this country as a penniless refugee from Communist Hungary.  He could not speak English when he got here.  Currently he is worth five billion dollars.  It is obvious that almost all of the immigrants to this country

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With Apologies to Mr. Lincoln

Smitty at The Other McCain has a brilliant riff on The Gettysburg Address in regard to the debate last night: Four score and five interruptions ago our zany uncle brought forth on this continent a new indignation, conceived in contempt

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Bishops: Biden Lied

    Indicating the seriousness with which our Bishops view this electoral contest, they wasted no time in taking Biden to task for his lie about the HHS Mandate in the debate last evening:

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Laugh Clown, Laugh!

Oh, that was lightning swift.  An hour and a half after the debate the RNC already has an ad up showing Biden in all his laughing and smirking “glory” during the Veep debate.

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Veep Reax

Alright, I’m in full political crack monkey mode from here on till the election, so I’ll be the one to throw up the instant reactions thread. My take: This was not the total blowout that the first presidential debate was.

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Laughing Hyena v. Gentleman Ryan

    If, as I expect, the Obama-Biden ticket goes down in flames on election day, Biden in his debate performance has ended his political career with a bizarre coda.  How bizarre?  Let us go point by point, along with

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The Catholicism of Joe Biden and Paul Ryan

The differences about to be exhibited in the Vice Presidential debate between Vice President Joe Biden and Congressman Paul Ryan couldn’t be more striking, and no I don’t mean in just the political arena but in the religious realm as well. The

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Big Bird and Scared Obama

  When a political campaign gets spooked, the campaign often does foolish things.  Attempting to make Big Bird, Big Bird!, an attack vehicle for the Obama campaign has to be the stupidest move I have seen by any campaign this

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Now Who Is Second Guessing the Polls?

Last week, before the debate, I noted that Democrats were mocking Republicans for trying to explain away Romney’s poor performance in recent polling (while themselves showing a certain lack of reality in their assessment of the economy.) The debate came

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