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  • Credit Where Credit Isn't Due

    03/05/2010 4:45:01 AM PST · by Kaslin · 3 replies · 423+ views ^ | March 5, 2010 | Jonah Goldberg
    "Victory has a thousand fathers," John F. Kennedy reportedly said, "but defeat is an orphan." By that standard, George W. Bush has won the Iraq war. Last month, Vice President Joe Biden proclaimed on CNN's "Larry King Live" that the peaceful transition to democracy and the (partial) withdrawal of U.S. forces "could be one of the great achievements of this administration." Initially, I ignored Biden's comment because, well, he's Joe Biden. As critical as I may be of the Obama administration, holding it accountable for Biden's mouth seems grotesquely unfair. But then White House spokesman Robert Gibbs defended the vice...
  • Presidential Map by Congressional District Showing Kerry/GOP House and Bush/Dem House districts

    09/07/2006 6:22:15 AM PDT · by PDR · 8 replies · 1,004+ views
    State your preference of colors for political maps: Vote BLUE for REPUBLICAN. Vote RED for REPUBLICAN. Either vote opens an email window...the subject will be filled need no text. Thanks for your input. Current Vote Breakdown Read more on the TRADITIONAL STANDARD: Red State Blues, Did I Miss That Memo?
  • 2004 results by county with screen for party split

    09/07/2006 6:51:47 AM PDT · by PDR · 19 replies · 1,046+ views
  • 2004 vote for president by congressional district

    09/07/2006 1:35:13 PM PDT · by PDR · 23 replies · 1,907+ views ^ | Clark Bentson
    Here's the landscape
  • Smart Talk and Girly Talk on the Campaign Trail(Study: Kerry depressed, Edwards girly, Cheney smart)

    04/04/2006 3:48:02 PM PDT · by Diddle E. Squat · 38 replies · 1,263+ views
    Washington Post ^ | 4/4/06 | Richard Morin
    President Bush and Vice President Cheney sounded more presidential than their Democratic counterparts. Sen. John F. Kerry (Mass.) seemed the most depressed or suicidal. And Kerry's running mate, Sen. John Edwards K(N.C.), sounded the most like a "girly man." Researchers at the University of Texas at Austin collected transcripts of 271 televised interviews, news conferences, town hall meetings and candidate debates conducted in 2004. The speech samples -- more than 400,000 words in all -- were run through a computer text-analysis program... ...The key to their study is previous research that has identified subtle but distinctive linguistic patterns and words...
  • Evidence That 2004 Election Was Stolen

    01/30/2006 8:17:56 AM PST · by Toddsterpatriot · 118 replies · 4,613+ views ^ | Jan. 20, 2006 | Paul Craig Roberts
    As coincidence would have it, Mark Crispin Miller's new book, "Fooled Again" (Basic Books), documenting the Republican theft of the 2004 presidential election, arrived in the same mail delivery with the Jan. 12 edition of the Defuniak Springs Herald, the locally owned weekly newspaper in a Florida panhandle county seat. The Florida panhandle is thoroughgoing Republican. Even Democrats run as Republicans. Nevertheless, the newspaper's editor, Ron Kelley, believes that American political life is measured by something larger than party affiliation. In his editorial, "The Shepherds and the Sheep," Kelley reports that two Florida counties have banned any further use of...
  • The victory laps for Sam Alito

    01/24/2006 12:00:55 PM PST · by JZelle · 26 replies · 1,587+ views
    The Washington Times ^ | 1-24-06 | Wes Pruden
    Sam Alito gets his first of two votes today, by the Senate Judiciary Committee to be followed later this week by the full Senate, and Mr. Alito can be excused if he thinks of these as his victory laps. The Democrats have not given up; somewhere in a basement in Washington aides are concocting further horror stories for their bosses to spring on the public today, tomorrow or the next day.
  • Alito Poised to Win Senate Panel Approval

    01/23/2006 12:30:29 PM PST · by katieanna · 14 replies · 974+ views
    Washington Post ^ | Jan 23, 2006 | Jesse J. Holland
    WASHINGTON -- Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito heads into the first vote of his high court candidacy with victory assured Tuesday in a Senate committee, but Democratic opponents are still working to dampen his support in the full Senate. The GOP-controlled Judiciary Committee is expected to advance the nomination of Alito _ President Bush's pick to replace retiring Justice Sandra Day O'Connor _ on the strength of its 10 Republican senators. There are eight Democrats on the panel.
  • Wiretap Win for the President

    01/23/2006 12:13:30 PM PST · by kddid · 14 replies · 886+ views
    NewsMax.Com ^ | Jan. 23, 2006 | Dick Morris
    Democrats who criticize President Bush for using warrant-less wiretaps to elicit information about potential terrorist activity should be aware that the American people strongly support his decision to do so. Believe it or not, they trust their own government and the president they elected to use the information wisely and for our own protection. The Jan. 11 Fox News poll asked voters whether the president "should have the power to authorize the National Security Agency to monitor electronic communications of suspected terrorists without getting warrants, even if one end of the communication is in the United States." By 58 percent...
  • GOP likely has won on Alito; the cost: Further polarization (Schumer's Quote is Priceless)

    01/22/2006 2:15:49 PM PST · by new yorker 77 · 118 replies · 3,411+ views
    The Philadelphia Inquirer ^ | January 22, 2006 | Steve Goldstein
    WASHINGTON - Supreme Court nominee Samuel A. Alito Jr. appears certain to be approved Tuesday by the Senate Judiciary Committee in a straight, 10-8 party-line vote, setting the stage for a vigorous floor debate that will culminate in Alito's confirmation. The Republicans have won the latest judicial battle - but the war over the divisive issues that dominated his hearings has only intensified, according to legal experts. In fact, the 12-week process since his Oct. 31 nomination spotlighted the polarization of politics between Democrats and Republicans, particularly on abortion, executive power, individual rights, and other contentious matters destined for the...
  • Analysis Indicates Bush Stole Ohio in 2004 (*bong-cookoo* alert!)

    01/18/2006 11:22:26 AM PST · by pabianice · 28 replies · 795+ views ^ | 1/18/06
    2004 Ohio Precinct-Level Exit Poll Data Show Virtually Irrefutable Evidence of Vote Miscount The National Election Data Archive (NEDA) is the first mathematical team to release a valid scientific analysis of the precinct-level 2004 Ohio presidential exit poll data. NEDA's analysis provides virtually irrefutable evidence of vote miscount. (PRWEB) January 17, 2006 -- There is significant controversy about whether the 2004 presidential election was conducted fairly and its votes counted correctly. According to results of the major national election exit poll conducted for the National Election Pool by Edison/Mitofsky (E/M), Kerry won Ohio's pivotal vote, though the official tally gave...
  • Bush Strategists Won by Not Soft-Peddling Social Conservatism Ralph Reed Tells Canadians

    12/16/2005 5:59:46 PM PST · by Aussie Dasher · 10 replies · 764+ views
    LifeSiteNews ^ | 17 December 2005 | Tony Gosgnach - One of the key figures in the social conservative political revival in the U.S., and in the election and re-election of President George W. Bush, brought his formula for success to Canada recently, in the hopes that some of his accomplishments south of the border would rub off in this country. Ralph Reed, the former head of the influential Christian Coalition who has worked on seven U.S. presidential campaigns, spoke during the Canadian Values Conference, staged by the nascent Institute for Canadian Values at Canada Christian College in Toronto Nov. 29 – Dec. 1. Reed served as a...
  • REMINDER - ELECTION 2004: BUSH 62,040,610 VS. D-STUDENT 59,028,439

    12/06/2005 3:03:32 PM PST · by new yorker 77 · 9 replies · 549+ views
    ELECTION 2004:BUSH 62,040,610 KERRY 59,028,439
  • FLASHBACK 2004: Zogby Polling Seeks Damage Control After Election Day Flub (FOR LEVIN)

    12/01/2005 3:22:58 PM PST · by new yorker 77 · 13 replies · 567+ views ^ | December 09, 2004 | Marc Morano
    (Correction: Following the certification of Ohio's election results, Bush defeated Kerry by nearly 119,000 votes. Also clarifies reference to exit polls in 17th graph.) Capitol Hill ( - Following an Election Day prediction that Democratic candidate John Kerry would win more than 300 electoral votes and the presidency, one of America's most well known polling firms continued the job Wednesday of explaining its flawed projection. Shawnta Watson Walcott, communications director for Zogby International, joined a group of liberal Democrats at a faux congressional hearing focused on whether fraud influenced the Nov. 2 outcome. "... it has become increasingly clear that...
  • Look for another Bush election victory

    11/23/2005 12:48:19 PM PST · by rockthecasbah · 15 replies · 398+ views ^ | 11/23/05 | Randy Hill
    The Swift Boat Veterans still have nothing on Texas quarterback Vince Young. It may not matter. In the big election of 2005, Bush seems to making all of his own end runs. For the record, this year's candidate answering to the surname Bush is Reggie, the USC running back who's been nominated for a run at the Heisman Trophy. He's not exactly running unopposed. The field includes the aforementioned Young, a Longhorn who's harder to bring down than Don King's hair. Also on the short list is Bush's teammate Matt Leinart, the Heisman incumbent with numbers similar to those put...
  • Author-activist claims Bush stole 2004 election (Could be a standing headline)

    11/08/2005 12:59:06 PM PST · by wilco200 · 51 replies · 1,612+ views
    Exeter News-Letter ^ | 11/08/05 | Ron Dupuis
    EXETER - Several local community action groups, including Democracy for New Hampshire, the Seacoast Progressive Alliance and True Majority sponsored a civic action event at Phillips Exeter Academy on Sunday. The main speaker was award-winning author and nationally recognized environmental and election-protection activist Harvey Wasserman. "It may sound corny but I feel people should try to leave the world a better place than what they saw when they came in," said Herb Moyer, one of the event’s primary organizers. "I believe in fairness, I believe in keeping our environment healthy, I believe that people should be actively engaged in keeping...
  • Moonbat anniversary: "Only two hours into November 2nd, and already on my third crying jag"

    11/02/2005 11:48:00 AM PST · by dukeman · 39 replies · 535+ views
    11/2/05 | Despondent libs
    My, my! An entire year has gone by since President Bush's election victory. Enjoy this from DU: LittleClarkie (1000+ posts) Wed Nov-02-05 03:09 AM Original message Only two hours into November 2nd, and already on my third crying jag F***, f***, F***, f***, f***. And you? texpatriot2004 Wed Nov-02-05 03:12 AM Response to Original message 1. Yeah, it's hard. I think the mind knows anniversary dates. texpatriot2004 Wed Nov-02-05 03:12 AM Response to Original message 2. It was horrid last year. I wailed like a wailing, grieving woman. LittleClarkie Wed Nov-02-05 03:33 AM Response to Reply #2 7. I did...
  • BUSH WINS!...AGAIN!! - One Year Ago Today: A Victory Not a Stunt

    11/02/2005 6:11:53 AM PST · by new yorker 77 · 22 replies · 1,326+ views ^ | November 2, 2004
    Bush/Cheney: 286 - 62,040,610 - 50.73%Kerry/Edwards: 251 - 59,028,439 - 48.26%Electoral Map from
  • Dems had their chance to pick justice

    07/24/2005 9:29:43 PM PDT · by decal · 7 replies · 1,921+ views
    Chicago Sun-Times ^ | July 24, 2005 | Mark Steyn
    Thoughtful Democrats -- the rarest birds on the endangered species list -- might want to ponder this: "Another hanging chad has dropped. His name is John G. Roberts Jr., and he undoubtedly will turn out to be opposed to abortion rights, affirmative action, an expansive view of federal powers and a reading of the Constitution that takes a properly suspicious view of the state's embrace of religion. In these and other matters -- the death penalty, for instance -- he is expected to substantially reflect the views of George W. Bush, the man who nominated him to the Supreme Court,...
  • WSJ: Kerry's Quagmire - How the liberal media helped re-elect George W. Bush.

    07/20/2005 5:30:30 AM PDT · by OESY · 32 replies · 1,897+ views ^ | July 20, 2005 | JAMES TARANTO
    What were the Democrats thinking? Didn't John Kerry have "loser" written all over him? After all, he was not only a Massachusetts Democrat but Michael Dukakis's former lieutenant governor. He was as liberal as Dukakis but lacked the inspiring immigrant background: a man who married another man's fortune, from a state where a man can marry another man. He had a haughty air, and he looked French, or so some anonymous Republicans told the New York Times in 2003. Mr. Kerry replied, "The White House has started the politics of personal destruction"--proving that he was thin-skinned as well. Yet exit...