Posts Tagged ‘Primary’

I keep getting criticism on this post I had almost two years back now on the Kanye West song “Heard ‘Em Say.” Most of this criticism revolves around the idea that I seriously think Adam Levine hates white people–a group in which he’s included–and that he believes a that the government actually distributed the AIDS […]


Mitt Romney produces a howler: “If ever again somewhere down the road I would be debating [Obama], I would be happy to take credit for his [healthcare] accomplishment,” – Mitt Romney. To my knowledge, Romney and Obama have never debated in the first place, but the two often took shots at each other in their respective […]


Naturally, I chose to be busy during the not-so thrilling conclusion of the Democratic Primary, so apologies for not live blogging the “cracking of the glass ceiling.” Biggest Story: After somewhere between 16 months and arguably 50 some-odd years, Hillary Clinton has conceded that she will not be the Democratic nominee in 2008. If you’ve […]


Maureen Dowd has easily my favorite NY Times regular Op-Ed. Much to the chagrin of conservatives, sexists, feminists, and liberal intellectuals, she has been right be about this election from almost the beginning. Frank Rich, arguably now the most famous of the elite media personalities, has basically been pushing a fairy tale in which there […]


As noted by almost everyone but the Clinton campaign, Clinton’s nomination prospects are certainly winding down. So, thus I may begin a series on the stupidest things said about why Hillary failed. This quote may mark the first in the series, and it will be hard to beat: Cynthia Ruccia, 55, a sales director for […]


I barely do. Honestly. While I may have become a believer in Obama, I certainly wasn’t always. While part of that is people like me coming around to him (and abandoning my tragically less electable Joe Biden, who should be the Secretary of State in the Obama administration), the other story, one that has been […]