Monday, December 24, 2007
Wednesday, December 19, 2007
Watch this video of Ron Paul on Fox and Friends. Steve Ducey askes Ron Paul about Huckabee’s add where there is a bookshelf that looks like a cross. First Ron Paul says he hasn’t thought too much about it, and then he goes off on a tangent about fascism that clearly shows he must have planned these comments, so yes he has thought about it. And he decided to paint Mike Huckabee as a fascist. While I am not a Huckabee fan, comparing him to a fascist is just a little much.
Monday, December 17, 2007
Bryan over at Hot Air Says that this is Hillary's first appearance on Fox since it's inception 11 years ago. I had said all along that the Democrats protest of Fox would be short lived in an election year, not enough people combined watch the other major cable news channels and would come begging back for the national exposure. In Hillary's case, it could be a sign of desperation as Obama continues to surge ahead in the early primary states.
Thursday, December 13, 2007
Wednesday, December 12, 2007
Frank Luntz conducted his focus group polling after the GOP Iowa debate on Wednesday, and a consensus shows that Mitt Romney came out a winner. Rudy Giuliani on the other hand came out a loser for the second debate in a row. What’s interesting about this focus groups is that they charged that Giuliani is a one dance pony, that he needs to stop talking about New York and talk about America. A real insight into what Republican voters are thinking about this coming primary…
Posted by Frank at 11:11 PM
Apology seems sincere, hopefully we can get back to politics.
The conservatives on the panel refused to put up a show of hands, which to be honest was the only way to handle that question based on how the moderator presented the issue. McCain and Giuliani go on to say that man is contributing to the warming planet, don't think that’s going to play well with many on the right that view global warming as a funding scam.
Tuesday, December 11, 2007
Naomi Wolf discusses trutherism in this video. Apart from the 9/11 was an inside job lunacy, the most notable moment came when she says that she holds no position on what happened on 9/11. Yeah... she actually says that! I took a college course where we actually spent a week discussing Mrs. Wolf’s writings, she actually passes for higher learning at the university level believe it or not. Hat Tip Screw Loose Change
Monday, December 10, 2007
Sunday, December 9, 2007
Tired of the violence and the lack of support from a weak central government, Iraqi's are starting to fight back by forming militia's to protect their neighborhoods. Michael Yon and Michael Ware on CNN both explain whats going on...
Huckabee continues to get hammered for things said and done in the past. On Fox News Sunday with Chris Wallace, the subject of AIDS gets allot of attention. The most noticeable segment comes when they discuss immigration, Huckabee once again pulls out the compassion card... we'll see how that comes off with conservatives. Check out the video for yourself...
Posted by Frank at 9:04 PM
Saturday, December 8, 2007
Thursday, December 6, 2007
Michelle, in principle, is right on! But, in an election year with the prospects of an all Democrat controlled government can you let the economy collapse? Great discussion here on the Fox Buieness channel, you decide...
Romney delivers an important speech on his faith that unfortunately needed to be given. Like John F. Kennedy, he appealed to a common faith among Americans and that no doctrine of the Latter Day Saints Church would dictate his policies as President of the United States. He does an excellent job of staying away from the particulars of Mormonism (which he did not need to go into) and does an excellent job of appealing to the all inclusive and tolerant Christian piety. It’s a homerun of a speech!
Wednesday, December 5, 2007
Tuesday, December 4, 2007
Monday, December 3, 2007
Dr. Land is a big player within the Southern Baptist movement. As we predicted here on Political Vindication, Mitt Romney’s Mormon faith continues to be a challenge to his candidacy. Mr. Land is very fair in this interview on Hannity and Colmes, but this will not be the end of the many problems that people find with the LDS church and Mitt Romney. Just curious as to why General Harry Reid has never gotten the anal exam about his Mormon faith?