Oh, the outrage.
John McCain's campaign people are said to be suffering hurt feelings over Barack Obama's comment that McCain's policies are like lipstick on a pig. (And they are asking you to give money to make it better.)
Don't cry for them. And don't believe Obama was upset on behalf of the middle class when McCain joked that a rich person is one who makes $5 million.
These are hardened pols. Their sensibilities are not so meltingly tender.
Any Democratic Party leader or liberal Democratic feigning surprise at the tidal wave of excitement Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin has stoked from among white female voters should strip off the mask. These folks, quite frankly, are getting just what they deserve. They should have seen it coming as clearly as a tsunami.Read More
You are probably wondering how you too can join in the veneration of Saint Sarah Palin, who in a very short time has attracted a large and faithful following.
Admittedly, she has not been officially beatified, but miracles have been reported across the country.Read More
Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama has found himself in a position he hasn't been in during many long months of campaigning — on defense against Republican rival John McCain.Read More
Gov. Sarah Palin is about as anti-abortion as a politician can be, and crusaders on the issue say they can't imagine a better candidate. Abortion-rights advocates say just the opposite.Read More
Little by little, the most hysterical charges against Sarah Palin are tumbling to the ground, but not the fury, the hatred. What you suspect is that these emotions mostly derive from an issue that refuses to go away and continues to divide America as surely as it has since at least 1973, the year the Supreme Court decided Roe v. Wade.Read More
Listening to Barack Obama, it can seem like Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin is the main person standing between him and the White House instead of John McCain.Read More
Now that change has become the theme of both parties in the upcoming general election, it is necessary to remind ourselves that the one thing that apparently will never change in this political rat warren of a town is the arrogance of power -- the opinion of some of those elected to high places that the ethical and moral rules don't apply to them.Read More
Republican presidential nominee John McCain's choice of Alaskan governor Sarah Palin for his running mate suggests the delicious imaginary scenario of a vice presidential debate between Palin and Hillary Clinton.Read More
Republican John McCain heads into the final stretch of the U.S. presidential campaign with a 4-point lead over Democrat Barack Obama, a USA Today/Gallup poll released on Sunday showed.Read More