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Archive for October, 2008

Pew, That Poll Stinks

Wednesday, October 29th, 2008

As I and others have pointed out, the polls are suspect.  Most polls that have Obama up by more than the margin of error assume there are far more Democrats that will vote than in any prior election.  The polls suggest that Obama wins the Democrats, McCain wins the Republicans and they split independents. ... »

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Posted in Fail, Media Bias, U.S. | 3 Comments »

My Ideal Platform

Monday, October 27th, 2008

Starting Early for 2012 (assuming McCain won’t run for a second term); here is my ideal platform for 2012: Government is not the solution to our problems. Whether it’s a financial crisis, job losses, declining home ownership or any other domestic problem, government can only make things worse.  Therefore, I promise not to promise... »

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Nobody’s Perfect. Nothing’s Impossible

Monday, October 27th, 2008

I was watching the Fox Pregame show in advance of the Giants-Steelers game yesterday.  Michael Strahan, a fantastic player and role model, was breaking down the Cowboys dysfunction.  He said this (or close to it) “The Cowboys have a lot of talent, but they don’t have that one guy who can rally the troops. ... »

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Say it ain’t so…

Monday, October 20th, 2008

This is just pathetic.  Obama, speaking in Philly says he’s a Phanatic.  Now in Florida, he says he’s “showing the Rays some love.” I don’t mean to single out Obama, many politicians, especially those running for president, have claimed a sudden, unexplainable rooting interest for teams then in the national spotlight,... »

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Unscrambling the Eggs

Monday, October 20th, 2008

Some have asked why I think it’s alright to spend $700 billion bailing out banks, but it’s not okay to spend even one dime bailing out people who bought a house they could not afford.  The answer, surprisingly for some, is not that I’m a heartless capitalist with no compassion for the poor (or,... »

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What McCain Should Say

Thursday, October 16th, 2008

One of the really frustrating things about McCain is that he never seems to follow through on the political points, nor does he defend himself adequately against false attacks.  Last night’s debate certainly provided a few counter examples, but here is what McCain should have said: Ayers Obama says he was 8 years old... »

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The Rumors of Their Demise Have Been Greatly Exaggerated

Wednesday, October 15th, 2008

Recently, many commentators in the mainstream media here in America and abroad have gleefully announced the death of Capitalism and Conservatism.  We are to believe that the Reagan Revolution has been routed like Ewoks without Luke, Leia and Han. Conservatism and Capitalism, I can assure you, are both alive, though not so well.  These... »

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Of Mice and Men

Friday, October 10th, 2008
Of Mice and Men

Below is a chart depicting the real and inflation-adjusted (median) average price of a home in the United States from 1975 through 2008.  You can clearly see the housing bubble developing, beginning in 1997.  The historical, inflation adjusted price of a home is about $150,000.  During the 10 year period starting in 1997, housing... »

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The Next Four Years

Wednesday, October 8th, 2008

Barring a major collapse or a terrorist attack, Barack Obama will be the next president.  He will be aided by a Democrat-controlled Congress, and soon enough a Left-leaning supreme court.  For his ascension, we can blame John McCain; for Congress, we can blame Republican leadership who allowed corruption and greed to infect the Reagan... »

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Wednesday, October 8th, 2008

I retract my endorsement of John McCain for president.  I continue to believe he is the better option than Barack Obama, but Senator McCain’s promise last night to purchase struggling mortgages and renegotiate their terms runs counter to every economic principle Daily Danet stands for. No one wants Americans to be evicted from their... »

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