Archive for: February 15, 2008

February 15, 2008

Racists Versus Sexists

So which are you? Are you a racist or are you a sexist? This is the question that is facing Democrats this election year as they head to the polls and decide whether to vote for Hillary Clinton …

Huckabee – The New Face of Conservatism?

Filed under: Conservatism & Libertarianism - 15 Feb 2008

After the South Carolina primary and the subsequent withdrawal of Fred Thompson and Duncan Hunter’s presidential bids, the Republican field has narrowed considerably. Barring a Giuliani victory in Florida, the nominee will almost certainly be Romney, McCain, or Huckabee. As …

McCain And A Convulted Primary

My own thoughts on the primary election season are a mixed bag to say the least.
Most pundits have acknowledged from the beginning that there is no true Reagan-like candidate running under the Republican banner, though many attempt to …

OBAMAMANIA—HOW LONG WILL THEY HOLLER?

Truly. They are groupies, not so much constituents. These groupies are caught up in Obamamania. And for those who know what group psychology can do, there is no question that that kind of phenomenon can carry on for a …

Will You Make Your Vote Count On Election Day?

Fellow Republicans, you have reason to decry. You have been handed the presidential candidate chosen by the elites within the Republican Party. For some reason they believe that only Senator John McCain has what it takes to beat the Democrats …

The Most Unkindest Cut of All: Dubya Calls McCain a “True Conservative”

John McCain has been in the cross hairs of conservatives for years now. His latest success in primary and caucus votes has done more to frighten and anger right wingers than to ingratiate the 71-year-old to the main constituency of …

Can the 2008 Election be won by a Slogan?

Campaign slogans are usually coined by the public, a newspaper or a very savvy campaign manager and a few by the candidates themselves. Like the battle cry of generals a slogan can be a rallying point that when repeated enough …