Posts Tagged ‘john mccain’

Via HuffPo: “They’re going to present us their recommendations. It’s their plan,” he said. “From what I know about it, I agree with it.” For McCain, the plan has virtue because it is backed by the generals and the ambassador to Iraq, Ryan Crocker. “I like it best because it’s what Ambassador Crocker and General […]


John McCain and Sarah Palin have fired off more mini-anyeurisms in my brain than I’d ever like to mention to Joe Biden. Everytime I think I am at the peak of my outrage, one of the two comes out and says something so completely ridiculous that I think it has to end the race. Palin […]


While I was freaking out over the closing of the FIFA transfer window (a matter which cannot be discussed, as a proper entry on the matter would get me arrested if I went to England and came within 100 yards of Peter Kenyon), the rest of the media was freaking out about Sarah Palin’s pregnant […]


…is clearly, “Are women as dumb as John McCain thinks they are?” Other questions raised: Will this lead to the re-emergence of “cunt gate?” What are Palin’s views on equal pay for equal work? Palin calls herself a “hockey mom.” Wasn’t the killer in the first Friday the 13th a “hockey mom?” (Remember, it was […]


It’s On!!!

23Aug08

Kaine and Bayh elimated…. Is that the sound of Mitt Romney weeping?


So let’s see, even though the vast majority of young people oppose the War in Iraq, and oppose future unnecessary wars, John McCain wants us to go and die, voluntarily or involuntarily, for his neo-con games. I know, I know, Poliology isn’t the DailyKos (I don’t, and probably never will censor anyone’s comments provided they […]


Remember this story. The Government Accountability Office, or GAO, is releasing a study today that reports that roughly 2/3rd of major corporations do not pay taxes.  The scope of the study was massive; done over the course of 7 years, it measured as much as 110,000 tax returns a year. In 2005, it found that […]


To have any chance of winning this election, John McCain is going to have to prove he is different from his predecessor GWB. Amazingly, McCain has stayed relatively close in polls (8 points is relatively good when the president has a 28% approval rating). Interestingly, Republicans have long considered themselves champions family values and morals, […]


Obama is up by about 8 points right now nationally. However, he has not been doing well amongst his base, due to his vote in favor of FISA (despite his vote for the amendments to take away telecom immunity), his statements about the death penalty, gun laws…anything that has made him look centrist. It must […]


For a good laugh, Politico posted an article today about how McCain plans to balance the budget. We can expect articles later about his plans to turn lead into gold, Amy Winehouse into Ken Seeley, and a Dolorian into a Time Machine (hey, he’s just as crazy as Christopher Lloyd), but until then, here are […]