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  • Obama Votes to Raise Taxes 94 Times (McCain/Palin Ad)

    10/13/2008 12:01:16 AM PDT · by Fred · 12 replies · 1,034+ views
    John McCain Campaign ^ | 101308 | JohnMcCain.com
    John McCain Ad Obama, Tax Cutter?
  • Questions Linger Over When Obama Learned of Ayers' History

    10/09/2008 1:34:47 PM PDT · by Fred · 24 replies · 766+ views
    Foxnews ^ | 100908 | foxnews
    Barack Obama's campaign on Thursday tried to fend off a withering attack from his opponents surrounding the Democratic candidate's relationship with former domestic terrorist William Ayers, co-founder of the radical Weather Underground group in the turbulent Sixties. But there are still questions over when Obama truly learned about Ayers' radical background. Obama spokesman Tommy Vietor told FOXNews.com that the Democratic presidential candidate was unaware of Ayers' past when Ayers hosted a political event for Obama in 1995, when he was an Illinois state senator. Vietor said it was a small, meet-the-candidate event -- an assertion Obama and his advisers have...
  • A Different Member of the Keating 5 Introduces the Boss at Obama Rally

    10/06/2008 3:17:45 PM PDT · by Fred · 14 replies · 552+ views
    ABC Political punch ^ | October 06, 2008 3:10 PM | Jack Tapper
    "You don't get introduced by John Glenn every day," Bruce Springsteen said yesterday at an Obama get-out-the-vote rally at Ohio State University, as reported by the Columbus Dispatch. Former Sen. John Glenn, D-Ohio, was -- along with Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz. -- one of the Keating Five, the handful of senators who met with federal regulators to urge them to ease up on the savings and loan owned by contributor Charles Keating. Hours after Glenn introduced the Boss at the Obama rally, the Obama campaign launched a campaign attacking McCain for his Keating Five activities. They made no mention of...
  • McCain's "win-win-win" Debate Situation. (VANITY)

    09/24/2008 4:56:56 PM PDT · by mike182d · 33 replies · 1,451+ views
    This guy
    With the dust still settling from McCain's surprise announcement to cease his campaign to return to the Senate, it occured to me how brilliant this move is. Predictably, Obama said "no" because he's the master of debating and will not take orders from McCain and, for McCain's part, he's criticized for using a "gimmick" to avoid having to debate Obama. There was an article two days ago (forgive my poor memory in identifying it) commenting on how it is customary for debates to be that single moment in politics when one candidate lauds the abilities of the other while downplaying...
  • Obama Camp on Pawlenty: Bring It On

    08/28/2008 2:56:54 PM PDT · by Fred · 18 replies · 176+ views
    Politcal Radar Blog ^ | August 28, 2008 5:39 PM | Politcal Radar Blog
    ABC News' Teddy Davis Reports: The Obama campaign signaled a willingness on Thursday to go after Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty, R-Minn., for the 2007 Minneapolis bridge collapse while saying that the populist argument it is building against John McCain will continue even if the presumptive Republican nominee taps the son of a truck driver as his running mate. "I don't think it's particularly relevant who the running mate is if the running mate is willing to embrace in total the Bush-McCain economic doctrine," Obama strategist David Axelrod told ABC News. "Everyday Americans understand that those policies aren't working for them,"...