Call for the fainting couch! Pearls for clutching!
You're going to have to pardon a bit of a rant but, after watching the reaction to the first presidential debate yesterday and reading/listening to ...
Increasingly, based on what I'm reading here and elsewhere, Romney's "win" Wednesday night is becoming more of a pyrrhic victory in nature as opposed to a flat out victory. It appears I wasn't the ...
I thought that President Obama was very presidential, but Mitt Romney really did dominate the debate through his constant lying, interruption of the moderator, and insisting on having the last word. ...
So, today I got the chance to think about what Dan Calabrese had to say about what Dick Morris had to say about what Bay Buchanan had to say about what all of the Republicans have been saying about ...
Perfect web ad from OFA! Of course, this ad details all the offshore accounts and foreign investment, but most importantly, it highlights the very essential question of why has Romney only released ...
There's this teabagger who likes to bug me from time to time. I don't really care, it can be amusing (even if mostly scary) to get a glimpse of the world these people lives in. A world of Fox ...
Russ Feingold is an individual with whom I have some familiarity, having had the honor to be a constituent of his for many years. He is exceedingly polite, well mannered, and not given to boastful ...
FiveThirtyEight’s model now predicts there is a 98% chance that MikeRayinBerkeley busts his ass for Democrats before November 2nd, up incrementally from 94% percent last week. Some of this ...
That headline itself is what you need to tell undecided voters in this early voting phase.
I can't afford the time to turn html into whatever it is DKos uses, so just a link this time:
Campaign 2010: Bullet Points , the ...