Archive for: January 15, 2008

January 15, 2008

Shift to Softer Approach Seemed to Boost Clinton

Filed under: Elections & Voting - 15 Jan 2008

MANCHESTER, N.H. — Early this week, when polls showed Democratic Sen. Hillary Clinton trailing Sen. Barack Obama by a double-digit margin, her campaign braced for another big loss. So how did a bruised Sen. Clinton walk away with a victory …

Clinton’s Support Among Women Varies With the Level Of Income, Education

Filed under: Elections & Voting,The Democrats - 15 Jan 2008

Anne Skinner, a 58-year old waitress in Tuxedo Park, N.Y., felt a whiff of solidarity with Hillary Clinton yesterday. “I was relieved,” she said of Mrs. Clinton’s unexpected primary win in New Hampshire. “I don’t think men understand how …

Behar Joins Christian Bashers

Filed under: What The F@#K?!? - 15 Jan 2008

As Christians throughout the world continue to be murdered by Islamo-facists, demi-celeb Joy Behar has apparently decided to join the oppressors. After all, Christian-bashing is not only accepted by Islamists and the Hollywood elite, it’s expected—if not required. Wednesday on …

Hillary for President Autopsy Shocker!

Filed under: Politics In General,The Democrats - 15 Jan 2008

Hillary Rodham Clinton was supposed to be dead this morning, figuratively speaking that is. According to nearly all political wizards, Hillary was destined to be stabbed in the heart by a clean and articulate black man in the hinterlands of …

Housing Crisis Looms Larger in Campaign

The sour housing market is taking on added significance in the presidential race as candidates look for votes in foreclosure-heavy states such as Michigan, Nevada and Florida. With an eye toward Michigan and Nevada next week, New York Sen. Hillary …

Debate Tests McCain’s New Status

Filed under: The Republicans - 15 Jan 2008

MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. — The jumbled Republican presidential field debated for the first time since John McCain’s New Hampshire primary win, elbowing each other in hopes of gaining an edge before the next round of state primaries. The economy …

Obama Gets Gold in Skating

A rather timely occurrence transpired just the other day: Apparently, since the Iowa caucuses people are trying to secure everything on one Barack Hussein Obama that they can get their hands on. A gentleman who had stumbled upon my column …

Michigan Woes Alter Campaigns

For a year, Republican presidential candidates mainly have debated antiterrorism and immigration, same-sex marriage and abortion, even as the economy surpassed all those topics as Americans’ top concern. But campaigning for tomorrow’s primary in hard-hit Michigan has forced their attention …