from The Deseret News (via Joseph on IM and commenter Snowe). I give this piece of drivel to you in it’s entirety. It’s hilarious, really. I’m so glad Joe broke this story and started the pressure that would lead to their contract manufacturer refusing to make these racist dolls. Joe’s initial post was not always credited, but make no mistake this was a Plunderbund original. I’m really tempted to break this into pieces and comment on it, but It really does speak for itself.
We at TheSockObama Co. have some questions to pose. What’s really going on […]Full Story... →
When I read in Friday’s Dispatch that Cindy Stankoski and Vanessa Stout were asking for $400,000 each to settle their sexual harrasment cases against the Attorney General’s office I was kind of shocked.
I’m not saying they don’t deserve it. But when you add in the attorney’s fees the total comes close to a million dollars the state is going to have to pay. That’s some serious cash.
Fortunately for them, the facts seem to support their claims and everyone in the State of Ohio has heard those facts many, many times.
We all know that Marc Dann hired […]Full Story... →
In case there were any feminist outliers who wanted to think about voting for John McCain over Barack Obama due to perceived treatment of Hillary Clinton:
Clayton Williams is a prominent person in Texas politics. Prominent enough to secure the GOP gubernatorial election in 1990. During this election campaign he said various things that decent people find abhorrent, such as joking about rape that “As long as it’s inevitable, you might as well lie back and enjoy it.” These remarks were publicized in Texas and perhaps played a role in Williams’ 1990 loss. But this is a big country, and […]Full Story... →
Obama camp sees possible win without Ohio, Fla.
FLINT, Mich. (AP) — Barack Obama’s campaign envisions a path to the presidency that could include Virginia, Georgia and several Rocky Mountain states, but not necessarily the pair of battlegrounds that decided the last two elections — Florida and Ohio.
In a private pitch late last week to donors and former supporters of Hillary Rodham Clinton, Obama campaign manager David Plouffe outlined several alternatives to reaching the 270 electoral votes needed to win the White House that runs counter to the conventional wisdom of recent elections.
At a fundraiser […]