Friday, November 7, 2008

Check in with Zo

H/T to IMAO once again. Here's the latest from Zo:

Monday, November 3, 2008

Penn and Teller take down of Obama

Obviously, a language warning here. It's Penn and Teller after all.

Friday, October 31, 2008

For Obama, anything to get elected

From Mohammed over at Iraq The Model we have Obama’s Meddling Undermines Future U.S.-Iraq Relationship regarding the status of forces agreement and attempts by Obama to undermine it for political gain.
  • While Iraqi and American negotiators and decision makers are doing what they can to finalize the agreement and reach a compromise on disputed issues, we find that everyone outside the negotiations is trying to put the stick in the wheel. But those are mostly parties that don’t want any good for Iraq and consider America a malicious intruder at best and a blood enemy at worst. What I find surprising is that someone from America is trying to obstruct the treaty. Believe it or not, there’s actually a guy who has no executive authority whatsoever — except in opinion polls — who is trying to bypass the actual top diplomats of the United States and undermine their negotiation efforts with a friendly state, at a time of war.I was hoping that presidential candidates would not put their electoral objectives above those of their nation. Alas, blinding greed and selfishness seem to prevail sometimes.

How low will he go to get himself elected? As low as it takes, apparently.

Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Another one from Zo

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And, once again, he nails it.

H/T to IMAO, once again.

Check out Zo's website, too.

He wants to be President?

Would he even bother showing up for the job?

H/T to RedWing over at Redstate

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Another worthwhile video

Hopefully, you have a spare 11 minutes. I don't normally like to post long videos, but this one is too good to pass up.

Interesting read about Media bias

From ABC news, no less. Media's Presidential Bias and Decline
  • The traditional media are playing a very, very dangerous game -- with their readers, with the Constitution and with their own fates. The sheer bias in the print and television coverage of this election campaign is not just bewildering, but appalling. And over the last few months I've found myself slowly moving from shaking my head at the obvious one-sided reporting, to actually shouting at the screen of my television and my laptop computer.

H/T to JPH over at Redstate