Archive for the 'Election 2008' Category

The Palin Pick

Well, I have to say I am extremely pleased with John McCain’s pick for his VP. Sarah Palin is solidly pro-life, so the choice gives me confidence that McCain is not just paying lip service to pro-lifers. As governor of Alaska and a former mayor, she brings the administrative experience that was lacking in the […]

McCain raising profile on pro-life views

McCain is now being more vocal about his pro-life views, presumably because he wants the social conservative vote. If he’d come out against ESC research it would be much easier for me to vote for him. How can people claim to be pro-life and still support research that kills the unborn? It makes no sense […]

Obama wants a police state?

Back on July 2, Barack Obama reportedly made the following statement while in Colorado Springs: “We cannot continue to rely on our military in order to achieve the national security objectives we’ve set. We’ve got to have a civilian national security force that’s just as powerful, just as strong, just as well-funded.” Could he be […]

Well, maybe he hasn’t accomplished anything, but you’ve gotta admit he inspires!

Another thing that bothers me

If Obama loses to McCain in the fall, the mainstream media is going to be saying we “were not ready for a black president.” They’ll say this despite the fact that the population is pretty much split 50/50 Republican and Democrat.

Pearl of Wisdom

A pearl of wisdom from Rush Limbaugh: “John McCain is really depressing conservatives. It was just five years ago that he was toying with leaving our party. In 2004 he toyed with being Kerry’s vice president. We’re so screwed.” That’s exactly how I feel. The Real McCain RecordĀ 

Obama’s America-hating pastor

I’m glad that Obama has condemned his pastor’s controversial statements, but Joseph Farah is right: If your pastor was saying stuff like that, would you stay in that church? Would you have your children baptized there? I certainly wouldn’t. “We believe in white supremacy and black inferiority and believe it more than we believe in […]

The lesser of two evils…

I don’t like the idea of voting for John McCain. I’ve said it many times before, but I’m afraid we’re going to lose the Republican party to liberals if we keep voting for the lesser of two evils rather than insisting on quality conservative candidates. On the other hand, Daniel Oliver made a great point […]

Not satisfied with McCain? Vote for Huckabee.

If you live in a state that has not yet held its primaries and you do not support McCain, I’d encourage you to vote for Huckabee. McCain is still short of the nomination, and we don’t have to support the establishment candidate. Huckabee can’t get the nomination, but he can ensure that we get a […]

Liberals, liberals, everywhere

According to National Journal’s ratings, Barack Hussein Obama was the most liberal of all US senators in 2007. Hillary was ranked 16th. Those conservatives who are thinking an Obama presidency would be better than a Hillary one better think again. On the Republican side, we have John McCain, who didn’t even vote enough last year […]