Archive for September 10, 2008
I like Keith Olbermann a lot but he can rant like nobody else can when . After reading the text of this special commentary three months later, it seems just be to be one long rant aganist Bush.
Look at this way. If your are liberal, you love Olbermann’s Special Commentary; if you are a conservative, they just seem to be some long rant by some partisan homer.
The liberals have their Keith Olbermann. And the Conservatives have Sean Hannity and Bill O’Reilly. They are talking heads that are skewed towards one side of the ailse. Now, for the record, I think Olbermann is more objective than Hannity or O’Reilly but I am liberal so therefore somebody out there is who is more non-partisan on this issue, please tell who is more objective:Olbermann, Hannity, or O’Reilly
Here is your daily roundup of election news:
Barack Obama’s Palin problem – London Times
Obama Takes More Aggressive Tone Toward McCain – Voice of Americe
Ron Paul Rejects John McCain – ABC News
McCain Touts Palin’s National Security Chops — CBS News
When I am bored, sometimes I dream about running for Congress againist the scumbag Congressman Gary Miller. I would use my contacts within the church and progressives groups to beat Gary Miller.
It is unlikely alliance but in my dream is feasible. South County is one of the most reddest part of the OC. But I found the link that can turn South County blue. First Burner to Congress. But is friggin pipe dream so it will just remain a daydream.
Our friend Ted “Bridge to Nowhere” Stevens made the list. But two Dem heavyweights (unless you are political junkie or follow the news closely, you won’t know I am talking about) in the house made it as well: Charles Rangel and John Murtha. There is honorable mention that should have made the list and that is William Jefferson who hid $90,000 in a fridge.. He is currently being indicted for corruption and is run-off for his seat.
It is really ugly. Like $438,000,000,000
Tommorow is 09/11. President Bush has called it Patriot’s day. A lot of people of their feelings about 09/11 buts lets put our partisan bickering aside and remember those who died in the worst terrorist strike in this nation’s history.
My best recommendation for remembering 09/11 is to watch United 93 which I feel is a movie shows what true heroism is without any political statements.