Not. If [the media] convince enough voters that that is negative campaigning, for me to call Barack Obama out on his associations,” Palin told host Chris Plante, “then I don’t know what the future of our country would be in … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: October 2008
I was seriously not joking.
So there’s this town in Japan called Obama. Seriously. And Barack has given them the once in a lifetime chance to piggy back hometown publicity with U.S. politics. What to do? Sing! I’m honestly not making this up. Via Politico.
I made some noise about this last February when my friend Denys was going through February Album Writing Month, but today I make it official. I’m signing up for the madness that is National Novel Writing Month. This is probably … Continue reading
“Oh, you think that’s funny?!” the large bearded man said. His face was turning red. “Yeah, that’s real funny…” he said. And then he kicked the back of my leg, buckling my right knee and sending me sprawling onto the … Continue reading
Hahahahahahahahahahahahahhahahahah! Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahah! …wait, this was satire, right?
People are wondering if Sarah Palin was knocking places like California and Massachusetts as being anti-American when she said this: Palin also made a point of mentioning that she loved to visit the “pro-America” areas of the country, of which … Continue reading
Want to keep your candidate of choice in the game? Polls are hard to game from the outside, but by God, I bet you could bamboozle Intrade! An internal investigation by the popular online market Intrade has revealed that an … Continue reading
A lucid point about the Joe the Plumber taxation thing is made by John Seery at HuffPo: Joe versus Sam. You could line up economists spouting elegant theories for each side, but the basic arguments can probably be reduced to … Continue reading
The greatest trick the conservative movement ever pulled was convincing the population of America they were all the on the verge of massive wealth. All of them. This has been the thrust of every supply-side economic movement we’ve been forced … Continue reading