Good morning.

  • The Washington Post reports that Tuesday night's veep debate "has assumed critical importance" in halting the President's slide into political oblivion. The enthusiasm is nice, but, to paraphrase from the movie Caddyshack: "It's the veep debate, wang."

    The Presidential race is and will remain between President Bush and JF Kerry.

    It's a good thing, too, as barring a miracle, John Edwards will win that debate.

  • U.S. Senate candidate Alan Keyes was not invited to the New Trier Township Republican Organization dinner Sunday evening, but the candidate and his wife showed up anyway, stayed for an hour, and left.

    The Illinois GOP is a dud. Their first Senate candidate was a wife-abusing sex pervert who was made to drop out of the race. They tried to replace him with a football coach who had no clue what he was doing. Finally, the railroaded an outspoken conservative candidate from Maryland, ill-suited to Illinois's tame GOP, and they pretend he doesn't exist. They knew what they were getting with Keyes.

    Speaker Hastert, heal thyself.

  • JF Kerry has teamed up with Parkinsons-afflicted actor Michael J. Fox to promise $100-million/year in additional funding for scientists in the lab who want to perform experiments on stem cells extracted from of human embryos. He promises "strict ethical oversight," which is glaringly oxymoronic when discussing the dissection of unborn humans for unnecessary ends.




    You only think Edwards is going to win because the media will declare him the winner right? Edwards is nothing, and Cheney will eat him alive. Unlike Bush, who must act a certain way as President, Cheney can and will be a bulldog.

    By Blogger Brian, at October 4, 2004 at 11:28 PM  


    I've explained it in a later post, but this debate will not be "the CEO vrs. the Breck Girl."

    By Blogger Mark Kilmer, at October 5, 2004 at 10:48 AM  

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