I can't decide if I like this button.
As an uninterested undecided voter, I’d like to create an organization for others like me to gather and kvetch. I can’t decide on a location for meetings… or agenda… or time… or membership requirements.
Maybe I should rethink this… or maybe not…. wait, what were we talking about?
Biden Had Cornrows Before Cornrows Were Cool.
Biden? Really? Huh… how anti-climatic. I think Obama should have held out for someone with better hair plugs. This was not the change I was hoping for. I think Obama should have pulled an end around on McCain and picked Lieberman as his VP.
Tim Russert, the NBC political analyst who was the first to call Florida as the key state in the 2000 presidential election, has died of an apparent heart attack. Russert became the host of Meet the Press in 1991. He was known for his tough questions, great sense of humor, and being an extremely loyal Buffalo Bills fan (where the sense of humor came in handy). This is really sad. The timing would have never been great for this sort of tragedy, but we need him now more than ever with the 2008 presidential election just around the corner. RIP Mr. Russert.
You can get more details in the New York Post story: TIM RUSSERT DIES FROM APPARENT HEART ATTACK
or The New York Times: NBC’s Tim Russert Dies
or MSNBC: NBC’s Tim Russert Dead at 58
or The Washington Post: NBC’s Tim Russert Dies at 58
or Breitbarts:NBC’s Tim Russert dies of apparent heart attack
or WNBC Live Video Feed
The folks who brought you Obama Girl have now come up with The Incredible McCain Girl. Yikes! I wonder if they get paid for this stuff.
Could Governor Rendell of Pennsylvania be the best choice to be Obama’s running mate? He helps you bring in a key swing state, and he’s a Clintonite which should appease some of her supporters.
Stay tuned. Tomorrow I pick the perfect running mate for McCain.
I don’t care if you’re Republican, Democrat, Whig or Federalist, you have to admit drawing a crowd of 75,000 people to hear you talk politics is pretty impressive. That kind of crowd is usually reserved for sporting events. Although, if only 75,000 showed up for a Tennessee Vols football game in Neyland Stadium the head coach would be fired the next day, but still for a politician it’s impressive nonetheless.
This is from a Washington Post blog called The Trail titled: Record Obama Crowd, the Size of a City
The scene suggests this is not an exaggeration. The sea of heads stretches for half a mile along the grassy embankment, while others watch from kayaks and power boats bobbing on the Willamette River. More hug the rails of the steel bridge that stretches across the water and crowds are even watching from jetties on the opposite shore.