Keith Olbermann will be covering the story Joseph broke here at Plunderbund, SockObama.
Update: And here’s the video. Keith gives the Lawson’s a bronze for Worst Person of the World.Full Story... →
I think Jesse was right when he said by November you could dedicate a blog to this shit. Right now I’m gonna bet the under. The Texas Republican State Convention already gave us one racist nugget. Now comes the button:
At the Republican state convention, a booth hosted by Republicanmarket was selling a pin Saturday that says: If Obama is President will we still call it the White House?
Lovely. The company who is supposed to have made the buttons and sold them at their booth, republicanmarket.com, doesn’t appear to have any at their online store. […]Full Story... →
The Wall Street Journal has a good article online with selected portions of a Q&A with Obama that shed some light on his plans for his Presidency, and how he plans to go about business.
WSJ: I wanted to talk about long-term economic growth, sort of following on your speech. I noticed that in an interesting way you use Lincoln, FDR and JFK, heroes in many ways. Maybe you can talk to me a little bit about your view of the government’s role in economic growth.
Sen. Obama: This dates back even further, to Alexander Hamilton. The strength of our […]Full Story... →
The latest Poll from Public Policy Polling shows Barack Obama with a 50 to 39 lead over John McCain in Ohio…
Obama leads by equal margins among men and women, and has a four point lead with white voters while also holding a dominant 75-21 advantage with African Americans.
“Barack Obama appears to be enjoying a strong unity bounce in Ohio,” said Dean Debnam, President of Public Policy Polling. “He begins the general election campaign in a strong position in the state, and Ohio is one place where putting Senator Clinton on the ticket seems likely to give […]Full Story... →
A new Washington Post-ABC News Poll has Barack Obama (48%) maintaining a solid lead over McCain (42%).
Other findings from the poll suggest the Democrats are going to win big this fall.
52% said they’d vote for the Democratic candidate in their congressional district (37% said Republican).
68% said they disapprove of the job President Bush is doing- include 54% who said they STRONGLY disapprove.
84% say the country is on the wrong track.
33% think the most important issue think is the Economy and Jobs. 19% chose the Iraq war. Only 2% select taxes, 2% abortion, 2% “family […]Full Story... →
We all know it. You know it. I know it. The operative campaign current running through the McCain for President campaign is racism.
But it sure is surprising to hear people just come on out and say it:
A few delegates can’t stomach McCain.
Delegate Gregory Banville of Houston, a supporter of U.S. Rep. Ron Paul for president, plans to vote for Libertarian Party nominee Bob Barr, a former U.S. House member.
Banville called McCain weak, saying, “I don’t see how he has a chance at all unless people vote only because they don’t like black people.”
Texas […]Full Story... →
Update: It’s out!
Firefox 3.0 comes out today, and the Mozilla community is trying to set a Guinness World Record for “most downloads in a 24 hour period”. Firefox has been a leader in web browsing innovations for years; I’ve been using it as my daily browser since version 0.7 came out in beta. If you already use Firefox, consider downloading the upgrade now. If you don’t, maybe you should check out the great software that the Open Source community can create.Full Story... →
Eric just posted about Larry Sinclair’s upcoming press conference at the National Press Club where he plans to spread his lies about having sex with Barack Obama in the back of a limo after doing a bunch of drugs with him.
If you remember back in February Mr. Sinclair actually failed a polygraph test related to his accusations.
Today WhiteHouse.com – the group responsible for Sinclair’s polygraph test – has announced that they will also hold a press conference at the National Press Club immediately after Sinclair’s…
At the press conference, Whitehouse.com will describe how, in February […]Full Story... →