Monday, October 18, 2010

VFW Dissolves ENTIRE VFW-Pac After Boxer Endorsement, Obama: Desperate, Dispirited and Crumbling, Obama administration to press bans on all cell-phone use while driving, Examples of liberal hypocrisy, Obama: Black people not sophisticated enough to watch "Meet The Press"

VFW Dissolves ENTIRE VFW-Pac After Boxer Endorsement



Barbara Boxer is one fo the Code Pink 4 who signed letters for Code Pink activists so they could travel to the Iraqi border to assist extremists during the War in Iraq.
BlackFive is reporting today that the Commander in Chief of the VFW Richard Eubank has dissolved the VFW-Pac after it endorsed Barbara Boxer and a group of far left America-hating liberals.

Here’s the letter

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Desperate, Dispirited and Crumbling - Townhall

Anyone who has been hoping for a change in the tide running with Republicans found themselves swimming upstream after reading yesterday's coverage of the November 2 mid-term elections which are how 15 days away.

Even an article by Ewen MacAskill in the U.K. Guardian article led with: "Barack Obama hit the campaign trail again today in a desperate effort to save Democrats facing a Republican avalanche in next month's mid-term elections."

Who would have thought, two years ago, that President Obama would have so badly mishandled his first two years in office that the word "desperate" would be attached to him in the final weeks of the mid-term season?

The news only got worse.

The Washington Post's chief political writer Dan Balz wrote that, in spite of Democrats' recent attempts to force the national narrative into "We're on the move."

"The two best handicappers, Charlie Cook and Stu Rothenberg, continue to add districts to their lists of competitive seats.

"Rothenberg this week raised the number of potential battlegrounds to an even 100, with 91 now held by the Democrats. Cook pegs the number at 97, with 90 held by Democrats."

Let me just add briefly that I had the opportunity to meet and speak with for a bit a top/long term Washington political writer and he said that “the news for Democrats is as bad as it is being reported.” He did go on to say that the Republicans lost a chance to take the Senate when Christine O'Donnell won her race. Not too much of a surprise I’ve heard as much from several other key political pundits over the past few weeks.

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Obama administration to press bans on all cell-phone use while driving? - Hot Air

We must have solved all our other problems if the Obama administration is aiming at cell-phone use while driving.  In his interview with Bloomberg, Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood says he may push for an all-out ban on the practice, even when conducted by “hands-free” technology, depending on the results of research LaHood is authorizing.  Perhaps he should also research jurisdiction and enforcement as well (via The Week)

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What If... - Flopping Aces

Examples of liberal hypocrisy...

Video of Obama: Black people not sophisticated enough to watch "Meet The Press"



Can you imagine what would have happened if Bush held a bloggers meeting with only whites?

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