Monthly Archives: October 2007

Disingenuous spin from the Clinton camp

Today, in an show of disingenuousness, Hillary Clinton’s campaign decided to run an attack memo on her main opponent, Barack Obama. I will dissect the memo bit-by-bit to show how it masks the true situation in an attempt to make … Continue reading

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13 Cockroaches

I’m a little ticked off that Chinese House, where I live, is infested with cockroaches. Since Thursday night, I have caught a total of 13 of them as you can see below: 10 of them came from underneath the couch … Continue reading

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Lobbyists for Monsanto = Rural Americans?

According to ABC News’s Jake Tapper, Hillary Clinton is holding an event with the following invitation: Rural Americans for HillaryLunch and Briefing Join Rural Americans for Hillary for lunch and a campaign briefingBy Members of Congress and Senior Campaign Staff … Continue reading

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Brownback to drop out

According to The Politico, Senator Sam Brownback, one of the three Republican candidates for President infamous for raising their hands at the first debate to the question of to whether they didn’t believe in evolution (the other two being former Governor … Continue reading

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Democrats’ campaign finance figures and "Closing the Gap"

The paperwork for Presidential candidates’ financing is has a third quarter deadline of October 15, so now we have a clearer view of how the candidates are doing financially and how they got there. I’ve compiled a chart of donations … Continue reading

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Gore wins Nobel Peace Prize

As predicted by many in the media, former Vice President Al Gore won the Nobel Peace Prize jointly with the IPPC, a UN climate panel, today.  Of course, this has fueled speculation that he might run for the Presidency and … Continue reading

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Four candidates extend their Four-State Pledges

In order to further discredit the delinquent Michigan primary, Barack Obama, John Edwards, Bill Richardson, and Joe Biden have all filed to remove themselves from the Michigan primary ballot, something that was due today.  The other two candidates signing on … Continue reading

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