Monday, September 29, 2008

What McCain's help on the financial crisis is worth

Nothing! Ouch!

It looks like Senator McCain's little campaign stunt failed in more ways than one.

Friday, September 26, 2008

Three things McCain Didn't Say at Tonight's Debate or His Hillary Swank Moment

One. I'm a proud republican. This is not surprising given the tarnished image of the GOP.

Two. George Bush. Again not too surprising given the approval ratings of the republican president. McCain is doing everything he can to distance himself from his party and current standard bearer.

Third, and this is surprising. . . . Sarah Palin.

Are you kidding? Nope. Look here.

John McCain, who just a short four weeks ago told the world how impressed he was with Mrs. Palin, doesn't mention his running mate's name once during the nearly two hour debate.

Who's Senator McCain's debate coach, Hillary Swank?

By contrast Senator Obama made sure to give a shout out to Joe Biden, saying he was proud of his choice for vice president.

If Sarah is so impressive you'd think the man who picked her would want the millions of Americans tuned in tonight to know he's proud of his choice. Or at least he'd want Americans to know her name.

Actually on second thought, it's obvious why he failed to mention Sarah's name.

Wednesday, September 24, 2008

McCain's Walk and Chew Gum Momemt

So, John McCain is suspending his presidential campaign because he wants to devote his full attention to the financial crisis. How convenient. Although, one has to wonder whether it isn't the Dow's falling numbers, but rather something else driving his latest desperate move.

To his credit, Obama is keeping the pressure on McCain, signaling his desire to move forward with Friday's scheduled presidential debate. It should go forward. Obama and McCain have dramatically different ideas about where the country needs go on countless issues including the economy. With the American public's attention tightly focused on the health of their economy, now is the perfect time for the two candidates to lay out their vision and plan for a return to economic prosperity.

Now more than ever, the country needs a President who can focus on more than one issue at a time. Our next President won't get any timeouts in the Oval office. By suspending his campaign, McCain is clearly showing he isn't up to the job's challenges.

Stick of gum John?

Monday, September 22, 2008

Obama's Message Resonating with Alaska Voters!

Says who? Sarah Palin that's who.

Rah Roh! It looks like the Governor was for Obama before she was against him!

Thursday, September 18, 2008

Friday, September 12, 2008

McCain's Short Term Memory

During the recent republiCON presidential debates, flip flopping John McCain said that short term Mayors and Governors are not qualified to be President. Poor Rudi. Poor Mitt.

For we now know if only they had been both a short term Mayor (of one of America's smallest towns) and a short term Governor (of one of the nation's smallest states), John would announce to the world their qualification to lead the free world.

Flip Flop much!