Debate avoidance syndrome

October 2, 2008

In case you’re wondering, I’ll be avoiding tonight’s debate, too. Blushing

No, it’s not that I’m afraid of what Biden or the "neutral" moderator might do to Palin. I think she’ll be fine. Rather, call it a bit of contrarianism: every politics blog Right to Left is going to be covering this event. While they’re glued to the screens, knee-deep in parsing every nuance, jab, and stumble, I’m going to be enjoying a good book or a good escapist movie.

Have fun, y’all. And go, Sarah-cuda. Cowboy


Go read this

October 2, 2008

Sister Toldjah has a treasure trove of quotes from a few years ago from Democrats like Chris Dodd (D-BingeAndGrope) and Barney Frank (D-Idiot) about how there was no problem with Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac and how all those critics were just making unnecessary problems. Then these same people blocked any attempt by Republicans to reform this failing and corrupt system. Read this and other posts she links, and remember them on Election Day.



Getting off lightly?

October 2, 2008

This video asks a good question: Why are the heads of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac not subject to criminal investigation, when the heads of Worldcom, Enron, and Tyco were jailed for similar offenses?


And don’t bother noticing whom they’re working now. That would just be a distraction.

(hat tip: Ed Morrissey)


Axis of democracies?

October 2, 2008

The Senate has approved the Bush Administration’s nuclear treaty with India. Beijing scowls.



This can’t happen in America … maybe in Ohio….

October 2, 2008

A little election day humor:

Hey, it spoofs my side, but it’s still funny. Rolling on the floor

For the background on Ohio, click here.

(hat tip: Hot Air)