Friday, May 30, 2008
I will say it right now he is the electoral under dog. I do not want to get my hopes up, but if you look at this election Obama has to be considered the under dog.
Thursday, May 29, 2008
African Americans are giving McCain anywhere from 24%-40% of their vote in Michigan.... in fact if the ticket was McCain/Romney vs Obama/Biden African-Americans vote 40%-34% in favor of John McCain. when the question was who would you vote for McCain vs Obama McCain is polling 26% vs 62% for Obama... still not an overwhelming margin considering Clinton, Kerry, and Gore's success with African American voters.
He is going to possibly take a trip to Iraq and tell our servicemen he is ready for them to pack it up and head home. I was just thinking I hope he remembers to bring his white flag. I mean he needs to go ahead and surrender ASAP. Yeah things are getting better, but why let facts get in the way of your political ambitions. Using CNN, NBC, MSNMC as your outlet you have run a very easy campaign for the Democrat nomination, but wait til you try and present your white flag foreign policy to the general electorate.
Wednesday, May 28, 2008
This type of appeal forgets ideology and says, I have problems with my government who can fix it. While Clinton's eyes are bigger than America's budget these voters are still going to listen because she speaks from experience. They will also listen to McCain and his straight talk. You see tearing Obama down is easy, he has no record to stand on. His record comes from being the most liberal Senator and being a crooked Chicago politician, with an extremely questionable backgrond. He resents small town voters and with an elitist grin, dismissed them as clinging to guns and Religon. While Obama may think he has heard the last of those remarks he has not. McCain has a history of passing up partisan politics to accomplish goals for Americans. This is a image that cannot be shaken for one simple reason. It is true.
I think this would be oustanding. I know some liberals and conservatives alike have already determined the Iraq was a failure, but things have gotten better. Obama will not go on this trip I am sure it would upset his "de facto media chair" Keith Olberscum.
The Blue Dog Democrats work the party line.... until campaign season. Sad to hear. Fact of the matter is you deserve to be represented by liberals, if you will vote for someone who will vote Pelosi as Spearker.
Americans are showing an ability to sift through the medias and the Obama campaign's mess.
McCain is opening up a lead on Obama.
Tuesday, May 27, 2008
It would can be seen as Ironic.... Obama is heading to McCain's region of the country for votes, while McCain heads to Obama's.
Monday, May 26, 2008
Sunday, May 25, 2008
Start a blog, join a facebook group, talk to a friend or family member, lets make sure people do not support Barack based on false pretenses. He does not have a moderate leg to stand on. John McCain is no moderate, but he does work across party lines. Barack does not cross party lines and does not want to be judged by his friends and wife. The only problem I have with Barack saying he does not agree with these people he only likes to hear other opinions is.... where are all his radical right friends???? He has associations with American haters, but not with his conservatives... interesting.
What I am saying is simple... dig folks look... listen.. lets make sure America gets the full story about Barack... not his 10% of the actual story mixed with 90% lies.
Pro-Abortion on demand
Pro- Gay Marriage
I think as the times passes mainstream America will turn from this leftist.
Friday, May 23, 2008
-Gay Marriage he will not take a stand for the will of the people
-Abortion as often as possible
- meetings with Chavez, Castro, Ahmadinejad
- Hussein Obama, Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid, and Anderson Cooper will be running our country
- a Immediate withdrawal from Iraq no matter how it may hurt Iraqi civilians
-Liberals such as Bill Ayers and crazy folks like Jeremiah Wright will fill his cabinet and if you dare question him he will simply say do not judge me by my close circle of friends, whom have Baptized my children , married me, and launched political careers with me.
-our President will be a product of Chicago Politics.. is that not exciting
-Hey atleast our Presidents Grandmother will be a "Typical" white person??!?!?!?
-and our first Lady well she will be proud of her country for the first time in her adult life.
- I am beginning to love the Clintons
1. Identify the top most important swing states
2. Early in the fall host a campaign rally at the biggest University in all 10 of those states
3. Make it a 10 day tour and spend nights interviewing with sports shows and MTV.
4. Make sure to have volunteers already lined up to register voters.
Thursday, May 22, 2008
John McCain better be tough.
Wednesday, May 21, 2008
runs off to ole england and starts running their mouth. We will see what happens in November.
Tuesday, May 20, 2008
Monday, May 19, 2008
Sunday, May 18, 2008
Friday, May 16, 2008
All these are under the assumption that all things are equal from the 2004 map
- if McCain loses Ohio, but offsets it with a victory in New Hampshire. McCain wins the election 270-268
-McCain can lose Iowa and Colorado and still win the election
-McCain can lose Virginia or NC and still win the election
-If McCain manages to hold Ohio and pick up Michigan or Pennsylvania than he is the nominee almost certainly.
* studying the electoral map it is clear that this race will be won or lost in the rust belt
McCain's most important states
-Ohio and Florida- McCain has to win these states in order to win the election( I noted above he could switch ohio and new hampshire, but there will likely see several states switch columns.)
2. MICHIGAN!! the DNC primary debacle should open the door. If he can win Michigan he has plenty of breathing room.
3. the rest of the Bush coalition- if he does well in the Bush states and wins any 2 of the following
Florida, Ohio, Michigan, Pennsylvania than he wins the election
*** This leads me to believe that at some point when McCain was focused on helping W win elections, Bush told McCain if you help me when the election in 2004 I will hand you a blue print for an easy electoral victory in 2008, well I think the problem is if Bush was even an arguably good president then I think McCain would roll to a mighty victory.
Thursday, May 15, 2008
Edwards Called A Nonbinding Resolution Against The Iraq Troop Surge Favored By Obama “Useless.” “That nonbinding resolution against the Iraq troop surge favored by Barack Obama? ‘Useless,’ said Edwards. ‘Exactly like a child standing in the corner and stomping his feet.’” (Roger Simon, “Edwards ‘08: Talking Tough,” The Politico, 2/1/07)
Edwards Criticized Obama’s Previous Acceptance Of Contributions From PACs And Federal Lobbyists. Edwards: “And I’m proud of the fact that I’ve never taken any money, unlike Sen. Obama, never taken any money from a Washington lobbyist or a PAC.” (Former Sen. John Edwards, Press Conference, 12/22/07)
Edwards Attacked Obama For His Voting Present Over 100 Times In The Illinois State Legislature. Edwards: “Why would you over a hundred times vote ‘present.’” Obama: “John …” Edwards: “I mean, every one of us, every one – you’ve criticized Hillary, you’ve criticized me for our votes. We’ve cast hundreds and hundreds of votes. What you’re criticizing her for, by the way, you’ve done to us, which is you pick this vote and that vote out of the hundreds that we have – (applause) – and all I’m saying is, what’s fair is fair. You have every right to defend any vote, you do, and I respect your right to do that on any – on any substantive issue. It does not make sense to me and what if I had just not shown up…” (Former Sen. John Edwards and Sen. Barack Obama, CNN Democrat Presidential Candidate Debate, Myrtle Beach, SC, 1/21/08)
Edwards certainly is a man of principal.
1. Recruit find and run Black Candidates
2. Recruit find and run Hispanic Candidates
3. Recruit find and run Catholic Candidates
4. Recruit find and run Female candidates
5. talk about vouchers
6. go into Democrat strongholds and campaign
7. emphasize libertarian acceptance into the party
8. Recruit find and run Blue Dog democrats in the party allow them to feel welcomed
If the GOP could begin to get around 20% of the black vote it could really expand to a nationally viable party, If we can get around 45%-55% of Hispanics we can remain viable, if we can get around 50%-60% of the Catholic vote we can remain viable. We must put the Democrats on the defensive and expand our razor then majoriy coalition.
he mentions some great things, most notable he would hold weekly press conferences and answer questions from joint sessions of congress, British style. That would be awesome I am more excited than ever about his campaign. If he is elected and does bring himself before congress I assure you he will get re-elected. One problem Bush has had is his hiding from the American people since the Iraq war went south.
Wednesday, May 14, 2008
Tuesday, May 13, 2008
-win Virginia or North Carolina and maintain the rest of the south. I think he can and will win NC and Va, but he cannot lose both.
-focus on his brand of conservative politics. You could call it commen sense conservatism instead of compassionate.
-McCain should visit college campuses he must reach out to younger voters. He has got to find a way to combat all the young and new voters for obama
- He must make sure people do not fall for the lie that Obama is some honest new kind of politician.
- He must indentify Obama as a liberal. He must allow folks to point out what and elitist hag obama's excuse for a wife is.
- Comminicate the idea that taxing cooperations causes lost jobs and makes America that much less competitive world wide.
- I am not Huck's biggest fan, but I think he appeals to the right people for McCain, Conservatives will vote for McCain, but Huck could bring out more.
- pick a vice president from the rust belt or the south. The electoral numbers favor John McCain if he maintains the south and gets a split in the rust belt.
Sunday, May 11, 2008
Friday, May 9, 2008
Wednesday, May 7, 2008
Wisconsin, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, and Pennsylvania are states that McCain has to make Democrats nervous. With George W Bush's low approval ratings I am fine with voting for John McCain in 2008, if W had been a more successful President I would want a more conservative Candidate. If we lose the Presidential election and seats in both houses of congress the party is in big trouble. The previously mentioned states will most likely want a candidate without all the flare and more of the experience which is why I think John McCain may have more appeal in those states than W.
as a side not some of his popularity in Wisconsin may come from his work with Feingold.
Clinton is under pressure to bow out, I say keep fighting Obama. If Clinton sticks around she will get some victories in Kentucky and West Virginia.
Tuesday, May 6, 2008
this type of thougt leads me to believe in 2012 or 16 we will see electoral shift. I do not know how the parties will align, but I think it is coming.
Monday, May 5, 2008
Ro Martin is a snob, Obama was a member of Wright's church. That is the point martin, no one would be complaining if Wright had simply endorsed Obama, Wright is his pastor. Great biased delusional Martin. I am not justifying any conservative church, that's not the point, the point is there is no double standard in criticizing a politician who wants to president based on his attending a church that hates America. I think Americans know the difference.
trying to ensure that Saddam remained in power. Is this the leadership we want? In all his political motivations it seems as though Barack only wishes Saddam was still around to torture and ruin more Iraqi lives.
Sunday, May 4, 2008
I have truly become inspired by Obama's work. This pathological lying machine will lie directly in to the camera as if he is Richard Nixon. Obama will say he is for a new kind of politics. Then he will distort McCain's words on the economy, repeat what Mccain actually said as his own words, and proceed to say McCain is more of the same, while he is different. What of the females on a show filled with females on a network television show, working as a hit women for Barack says( I paraphrase)" You do such and such like President Bush and such and such, and then she says he hired Karl Rove, to which McCain responds effectively no I did not and then she just says oh same thing. This leads my to my point, Obama values lies and distortion so much that he is willing to do it even if it goes against his message and he knows he will get caught. I believe what Barack is trying to teach American is that he loves to lie with a passion and he is willing to do it no matter what the consequences and so American you should do what you love no matter the consequences. That is audacity.
John Mccain gives a thoughtful reasonable answer to a tough question from a jack ass (democrat), Obama offers distortions. Who do you want as your president?
Obama is lying. It is something we cannot tolerate. The only two things that have been consistent with Obama is lying and liberal.
Barack supports this ad, that says John Mccain wants to continue the war for 100 years, the truth means nothing to Barack.
Saturday, May 3, 2008
John F Kennedy- Senator Massachusetts, won election of 1960
Lyndon B Johnson - Vice President and before that Senator from Texas, won election of 1964
Hubert H Humphrey- Vice President and before that Senator from Minnesota, lost election of 1968
George Mcgovern- congressmen from South Dakota, anti-war social liberal, lost election of 1972
Jimmy Carter- Governor of Georgia, one of our worst Presidents, won election of 1976
Carter after a horrible term as president loses election to Ronald Reagan.
Walter Mondale- Vice President of Carter before that Senator from Minnesota, lost election of 1984
Michael Dukakis- Governor of Massachusetts, lost election of 1988
Bill Clinton- Governor of Arkansas, won 1992,1996
Al Gore- Here is one that loses in spite of being from Tennessee and serving as a Vice President for a popular President. However Gore's liberal politics and the fact that he was actually raised in Washington, DC discredited his candidacy.lost election of 2000
John Kerry, Senator from Massachusetts, lost election of 2004
Now if Barack drags in the mud gets a stigma from being liberal and lying, he loses. If he can admit his lies and explain why even though he votes like a liberal he is a moderate he stands a chance. What I mean by dragging in the mud is .... his typical negative politics that he claims to be against. His accepting the DNC's ad which perverts John Mccain's statement about 100 years in Iraq. If he can move past that and present a candidate that is a moderate liberal with a positive vision of America past, present and future I believe he can win. I personally do not want to see him win, but it is his for the taking.
Friday, May 2, 2008
She has toned down the vast right wing conspiracy talk and become a mature, but dangerously liberal politician. She could possibly make a good president as I know she would not allow the media to do to her what they have done to George W Bush. I am not about to start defending President Bush, however he seemed to be intimidated by the media elite. I thought nominating John Kerry would be the last liberal elitist presidential candidate for a while. In a sense I was right atleast for this election, only because of the version of Hillary we have seen has been the uplifting small town mother, as opposed to the left-wing paranoid conspiracy theorist. Obama with his San Fransisco comments proved he is nothing more than an elitist snob. If he were from the Northeast he would fit the exact mode of the candidate the DNC loves. however some of the bland elitist they have nominated have come from outside the Northeast. So with Hillary I guess you could say we have a winnable Democrat and with Obama we might as well have Barack Mondale.
Hillary has really carved her niche out with this primary. She has been transformed into the heroine of the middle class American. Interesting stuff
A polling stat which I find shows the intelligence of the American people, is 58% believe Obama is denouncing Wright for political gain. If Obama cannot win NC convincingly and loses Indiana it is up to the Super Delegates. My personal belief as a Republican is that Obama should have sat this election out. He could have spent four or eight years getting more experience and developing more relationships with the higher up Democrats who will decide the nomination. He could have distances himself from Wright. He could have truly become a moderate and worked on bipartisan legislation. Instead he rushed into the presidential campaign. But since Hillary feels the nomination is her birth right these two are going to fight it out to the bitter end.
Thursday, May 1, 2008
If Hillary somehow won North Carolina one would have to wonder if Obama has lost his luster. The fact of the matter is simple, Obama is a charismatic uplifting man. However when the political pressure has been put on him he has folded. What I mean by folded is he has abandoned his principals. He lied about Rev. Wright and said the could not abandon him, just as he could not abandon the Black community. I believe it is fitting Oprah endorsed Obama. Obama is somewhat of a male Oprah. People love him not so much for his substance as much as for his style. If you look at the fact that he has no bi-partisan record, and is the most liberal Senator, once he loses his style appeal he is simply another Dukakis, McGovern, Kerry,Gore, even Carter. Simply the Democrats refuse to nominate people with southern appeal, save Carter and that is a story for another time. Clinton a Southern Governor and Carter a Southern Governor are the last two Democratic elected Presidents for a reason. All this to say things are tightening up in North Carolina and no Democrat can be excited about that.