McCain’s Ag Cheerleaders – Who Are These Guys?

By Matt L. Barron John McCain finally got around to announcing a national steering committee of farmers and ranchers on October 6, 2008 — just shy of one month from the election. And mimicking the Bush-Cheney campaigns of 2000 and 2004, McCain’s boosters are called the “McCain Farm & Ranch Team.” Telling in itself, since [...]

Economic Surgery: Who Do We Trust With the Scalpel?

by Luke Kozikowski Right now, the majority of U.S. citizens are bracing for 1929, but with the right team in Washington, we may not need to hang up our Robe de Styles and begin bootlegging moonshine just yet. The “good news” about our problems is we aren’t alone. Despite today’s bump, the Euro is in [...]

Outrageous Outrage

J. Marcus I have never before been as shocked and awed as when I heard Barack Obama use the phrase “Lipstick on a pig”. Despite the context of the quote I have chosen to believe that Obama was talking exclusively about Sarah Palin’s physique, and there’s no transcript, audio file, video, or smoke signal you [...]

McCainopoly

J. Marcus While everyone was sleeping with cell phones nearby for the inevitable “OK evry1 I pickd Biden 4 VP lol!”, I was having a blast playing my favorite game McCainopoly against some friends. Don’t bother looking for it in stores, McCainopoly isn’t for sale. This game can only be passed down to you from [...]

There’s No Place Like Home

By Tracy Russo In John McCain’s case – there are at least 7 places that are like home. You see, John McCain can’t remember how many houses he owns, which I suppose is a totally normal dilemma for someone who is completely divorced from the reality of economics – both his own personal financial affairs [...]

A Snow Job Trumps A Flood

J. MarcusJohn McCain has announced that he will give us his VP pick on August 29th, his birthday. Awww. Happy birthday, little guy!You may have remembered from the picture that it’s also the day that Katrina hit New Orleans and devastated one of the largest cities in the United States. Normally, John would’ve been mad [...]

You Be The Judge

By Sean Reagan Courtesy of Taegan Goddard we learn that John McCain may be lifting his speeches from none other than . . . Wikipedia! A Wikipedia editor emailed Political Wire to point out some similarities between Sen. John McCain’s speech today on the crisis in Georgia and the Wikipedia article on the country Georgia. [...]

The Low Road

By Sean Reagan Bob Nanninga takes a good hard look at McCain’s campaign team and concludes that the Straight Talk Express is careening out of control. Not a day goes by where McCain & Co. fail to demonstrate how intellectually bankrupt he and the ruling status quo really are. By offering up only tired platitudes [...]

What Tracy Russo Said

By Sean Reagan The New York Times gets there two months after our own Tracy Russo did . . . The McCain campaign is sensitive to the notion that his limited knowledge of computing could be taken as a signal that he is blind to technology. “You don’t actually have to use a computer to [...]

Veterans’ Issues Under “Friendly Fire:”

By Karen St. John If radio and You Tube ads are any indication, veterans will be hearing a great deal more of Senator John McCain’s supposed support of their issues.  It will not be stated in facts, but in hostile innuendos, obvious digs and vague claims against his political opponent, Senator Barack Obama.  And if [...]