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A new kind of politics…

Former Democratic Party presidential candidate and current Obama campaign flack Gen. Wesley Clark supports chickenhawk warmonger Barack Obama, who never served a day in the military, by attacking John McCain’s military record and supposed lack of executive experience. Gen. Wesley Clark, acting as a surrogate for Barack Obama’s campaign, invoked John McCain’s military service against …

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posted by: The Editors @ 10:55 am June 29, 2008


Today’s Obamafuscation: on redefining marriage

Via Townhall, Reuters reports Obama claims to be against same-sex marriage, but also against the federal Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) or any other effort to defend the traditional definition of marriage: She [Michelle Obama] said he [Barack Obama] supported a complete repeal of the federal Defense of Marriage Act, or DOMA, which only recognizes …

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posted by: The Editors @ 6:45 pm June 27, 2008


Obama is like the weather…

…just wait a little while and he’s sure to change: ABC News’ Teddy Davis and Alexa Ainsworth Report: With the Supreme Court poised to rule on Washington, D.C.’s, gun ban, the Obama campaign is disavowing what it calls an “inartful” statement to the Chicago Tribune last year in which an unnamed aide characterized Sen. Barack …

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posted by: The Editors @ 7:42 am June 26, 2008


Obama: All those people think alike

Barack Obama, in a meeting with the Congressional Black Caucus (talk about playing the race card), discussing reaching out to primary supporters of Hillary Clinton: “If women take a moment to realize that on every issue important to women, John McCain is not in their corner, that would help them get over it.” Really? Does …

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posted by: The Editors @ 9:46 am June 21, 2008


In latest flip-flop, Obama plays race card

Barack Obama, appearing on CBS’ 60 Minutes in February 2007: Will being African-American hold him back as a candidate? “No…. If I don’t win this race it will be because of other factors –[that] I have not shown to the American people a vision for where the country needs to go that they can embrace,” …

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posted by: The Editors @ 8:40 pm June 20, 2008


Who can trust Barack Obama now?

From the Washington Post (via WSJ.com): The foreign minister [Hoshyar Zebari of Iraq] said “my message” to Mr. Obama “was very clear. . . . Really, we are making progress. I hope any actions you will take will not endanger this progress.” He said he was reassured by the candidate’s response, which caused him to …

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posted by: The Editors @ 6:53 pm June 20, 2008


Obama: People he appointed to work on his VP search “aren’t folks who are working for me”?!?

This one really takes the cake, even by the low standards Senator Obama has set in some of his previous statements, like claiming he didn’t really know people he’s known for twenty years (Jeremiah Wright, Pfleger Flav, Tony Rezko, William Ayers… Doesn’t Obama know anyone who isn’t a kook and/or a crook?). From the ABC …

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posted by: The Editors @ 7:50 pm June 10, 2008


Obama boldly vows not to take money from a small fraction of “special interests”

Barack Obama continues to peddle the nonsensical and disingenuous claim that he is practicing “a new kind of politics” and is not beholden to “special interests”. And his DeMSM allies at the AP continue to eat it up uncritically. …Obama imposed on the DNC the same ban on money from federal lobbyists and political action …

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posted by: The Editors @ 4:07 am June 6, 2008


The Washington Post finally notices “The Iraqi Upturn”

An editorial from the Washington Post today: The Iraqi Upturn Don’t look now, but the U.S.-backed government and army may be winning the war THERE’S BEEN a relative lull in news coverage and debate about Iraq in recent weeks — which is odd, because May could turn out to have been one of the most …

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posted by: The Editors @ 10:51 am June 1, 2008


Some good news on global warming

A little good news on the global warming fight from CNNMoney.com: Chances dim for climate-change legislation NEW YORK (Fortune) — An influential coalition of Fortune 500 companies and environmental groups that was formed to support climate-change legislation has splintered over the Lieberman-Warner bill that is headed next week to the Senate floor. …. Without widespread …

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posted by: The Editors @ 10:29 am June 1, 2008