Archive for: January 10, 2008

January 10, 2008

Will The 2008 Elections Deliver More “Non-Solutions”?

Filed under: Elections & Voting - 10 Jan 2008

As the 2008 Campaign Season shifts from jockeying and publicity stunts to actual voting, it is all important to consider what America is likely to actually reap by electing any particular candidate. Honesty being a commodity of ever dwindling supply, …

Iowa Isn’t That Important, Clinton Staffers Say

Filed under: Elections & Voting,The Democrats - 10 Jan 2008

After pouring millions of dollars and nearly a year of effort into a win in Iowa, senior staffers for Democrat Hillary Clinton now say the state isn’t that important after all. “The worst thing would be to over count …

Morality, Schmorality — ‘Have More Sex in 2008′!

Filed under: Potpourri - 10 Jan 2008

It looks like a wayward hippie from Haight-Ashbury circa 1967 found himself a time machine and came forward to 2008 and barricaded himself in the editorial room of the Chicago Tribune, today. To celebrate this magical feat, the Trib has …

Extreme Makeover: Campaign Edition

Filed under: Elections & Voting - 10 Jan 2008

Ah, New Year’s Eve. Remember all the fun you had looking at the past year and deciding on what you were going to do this year to make your life better? (If you can, you weren’t at the party I …

Behind the Iowa Results

Iowa caucusgoers were faced with a stark choice: Mike Huckabee, Baptist minister and former Arkansas governor, or Mitt Romney, buttoned-down former governor of Massachusetts. Mr. Huckabee rode a late surge of support from passionate evangelical voters, while Mr. Romney used …

2008

Every year, people come out with their “New Year’s Resolutions”; their wish lists of things they hope to either accomplish or see accomplished during the coming year. As we all know, many of these wishes, or “pledges”, are broken within …