Tag Archives: Barack Obama

Go Ahead and Get Wonky. We’ll Wait

It’s been a week since the first presidential debate and President Obama’s somewhat lackluster performance. Now it’s time for the clash of the number twos. Tomorrow night in Dannville, Kentucky Vice President Joe Biden and VP candidate Paul Ryan square … Continue reading

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It’s Florida All Over Again: Why Rubio Will be the VP Nominee

(Update: 6/15/12 Following President Obama’s policy of granting protection from deportation of illegal immigrants who were born or brought here as children, Rubio as a VP choice is once again called into question. The Obama administration’s actions caught the Romney … Continue reading

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What if Bush Had Caught bin Laden?

Of course George W. Bush never actually caught bin Laden. President Obama did. In fact, Bush made it a point to not to capture or kill America’s number one enemy. He went out of his way to avoid going after … Continue reading

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Grace Under Democracy

MSNBC recently added a new show to its line-up with the addition of Melissa Harris-Perry on their Saturday programming. Harris-Perry is another uber smart female in the same vein as Rachel Maddow that MSNBC has been taking a chance on. … Continue reading

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Why Obama’s Second Term Will Be the Best

The Republican strategy of painting President Obama as an ineffectual Jimmy Carter Democrat has been somewhat successful up until recently (Jimmy Carter was actually not that bad of a President but Republicans successfully portrayed him as such. But this is an argument for another … Continue reading

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Why Ron Paul Will Win Iowa

(Updated: 6/15/2012 Ron Paul actually did win Iowa. But not because of turnout. He won because Paul supporters stayed after the caucus and got themselves elected as delegates. 21 of the 24 delegates going to Tampa are casting for Paul) … Continue reading

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Republicans Making America’s First Sitting Half-Term President

If there’s one thing that Republican reaction to the world changing events of last week has definitively demonstrated, it’s that no matter what President Obama does, they will oppose it. Even if it doesn’t make sense, even if they were … Continue reading

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Red Right Returning…October 22nd

(Red Right Returning, a nautical mnemonic for the side of the buoy or marker on which to pilot a ship in order to stay in the channel, is a look back at the activity of the past week of the Republican candidates … Continue reading

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Free Forum Friday; October 21st Edition

Breaking: President Obama fulfills the promise of ending the war in Iraq. All troops will come home by the end of the year. Libyan dictator Muammar Ghaddafi (Quaddafy, Khaddaffi, whatever) met his fate yesterday as Libyan rebels took the final stronghold of … Continue reading

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The American Jobs Bill; a Win Even if it Loses

President Obama is getting pretty good at playing dirty pool with the Republicans. The American Jobs bill not only uses the art of Frank LuntzSpeak, it actually is designed to create jobs. Two million of them according to the Congressional … Continue reading

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