The AIG buyout is another brush stroke that ironically paints the Bush administration as one of the most socialist in history.
Michelle Obama will be one fine first lady.
McPalin is acting like someone who has something to hide.
John McCain's house of cards is falling apart.
When you boil down the economic crisis, you have people who bought things they could not afford (mainly houses) from greedy creditors, all of which was allowed and encouraged by the Republican deregulation.
What's the difference between Sarah Palin and George Bush? Lipstick.
Me right now with no lipstick or any other make up:
This is a good polling site. Don't worry, we'll turn it back around.
The remnants of Ike blew through Ohio and gave me renewed sympathy for those who live in Hurricane Alley. My mom's still without power. She's on pump-pressured well water, so no power means no water for Mom. "I can't flush my toilet, but at least I still have one," she said yesterday over coffee at my place, "Unlike the poor people in Galveston." I made her a fried egg sandwich.
I make a pretty good fried egg sandwich.
Obama's profound internal drive got him past the Clintons in a tough but fair fight. That same drive is what will get him past John McCain.
I am writing a new book. You can't write a book unless you have a profound drive. Erin know a thing or two about drive.
Vietnam POW Philip Butler attended the Naval Academy with McCain and said recently on KCRW's To The Point that he believes, "John was able to graduate because of his heritage--his father and grandfather." McCain graduated fifth from the bottom in his class. Of McCain's campaign, Butler says, "The Media has exploited John's POW experience as a way of bringing him up as a hero to the American public so that he could be elected for president and I do take umbrage and issue with that."
Meet Butler for yourself (not part of the To The Point interview):
Couric bagged interview #2 with Palin.
Off to have a conjugal visit with the Goat.