Saturday, October 10, 2009

Miami Herald asks "Why is GOP targeting Ike Skelton's once-safe Missouri seat?"

David Goldstein of the McClatchy Newspapers (The Miami Herald) writes "...As far as Republicans were concerned, Missouri's 4th Congressional District has always been flyover country. Not this year..."

Goldstein adds, "But with public approval of President Barack Obama and the Democratic Congress falling, Skelton's party has to be anxious. It owes a lot of its success in 2006 and 2008 to moderate Republicans and independents who had soured on the GOP. But their allegiance in 2010 could be just as quicksilver.

"No question we're seeing an increase in Republican enthusiasm and energy and it is all across the country," said Republican pollster Neil Newhouse. "The question is, is it going to last? But going into '09 must be what Democrats felt like going into '08 and '06."

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Tuesday, October 6, 2009

American Thinker asks: Did we elect a Beta male as President?

A fascinating article just published by American Thinker explains how Barrack Hussein Obama (everyone chant together now at the mention of his name, "mmm mmm mmm") apologizes at the drop of a hat to just about anybody who will listen, especially Alpha male world leaders. Read on:

The following is an excerpt from the article by Greg Lewis:

"But in a world where other nations' alpha-male leaders are constantly probing for even the smallest signs of weakness, having a beta male president has thrown into stark relief the dangers to which this president's unfortunate character trait is exposing his country...To return to the canine metaphor: It's the height of folly to think that other nations won't be doing everything they can to make President Obama their bitch."

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