Saturday, August 28, 2010

Repost from Kraske: "Look out, folks. Big wave may be a coming"--Republicans need 39 seats to take back the house

Steve Kraske of writes:

"The ground is beginning to shake, and this isn’t the New Madrid fault finally giving up the ghost.

A political year that began with a pro-GOP tinge is looking redder by the day. A “wave” election cycle favoring the Republicans now appears to have the potential to turn into a tsunami.

Signs of that possibility continue to proliferate, and they only begin with recent public poll numbers in Missouri’s U.S. Senate race from Rasmussen Reports..."

Read more here.

More from Kraske: .."The much-discussed enthusiasm gap? It’s real. Gallup found that 46 percent of Republicans were “very enthusiastic” about voting this year. Among Democrats, it’s just 23 percent.

For months, Democrats have been saying that things were going to get better.

Well, folks, they’re not."

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Obama's failed stimulus program cost more than the Iraq war--Washington Examiner

Back from Iraq
By: Nate Beeler
Examiner Cartoonist

Read more at The Washington Examiner:

By: Mark Tapscott
Editorial Page Editor
08/23/10 11:32 AM EDT

"Expect to hear a lot about how much the Iraq war cost in the days ahead from Democrats worried about voter wrath against their unprecedented spending excesses...

Just some handy facts to recall during coming weeks as Obama and his congressional Democratic buddies get more desperate to put the blame for their spending policies on Bush and the war in Iraq..."

For another story on this subject, from Randall Hoven in the American Thinker, go here.

Tuesday, August 24, 2010

"Blunt Brigade" ad for interns deemed "Best internship advertisement ever!"

From Beltway Confidential, The Washington Examiner:

"Best internship advertisement ever"

By: J.P. Freire
Associate Commentary Editor
08/24/10 12:25 PM EDT

From the “Blunt Brigade” YouTube channel carrying the moniker of Rep. Roy Blunt, R-Mo., comes this advertisement for congressional internships — but playing on the braggadoccio of Old Spice’s most recent ad campaign. Have a watch:

Read more at the Washington Examiner.

Watch video here: