Romney doesn’t seem to understand that to ignore the multifaceted richness of humanity in the United States and to win the presidency at the same time is becoming a difficult task.
When Paul Ryan bounds the stage at the RNC this week, chances are pretty good that he will be touting his small town Wisconsin roots.
His home town of Janesville, population 64,000, isn’t that small of a town, when it comes to this state, which has towns of 400 or 500 people.
Well, now we know why she was nicknamed Sarah Barracuda.
John McCain tried to unify his party with his prime time acceptance speech. “We’re going to fix Washington,” McCain said.
Most delegates seemed pleased with his talk but not everyone was buying it.
(two guys at the bar) “I like the idea of a hockey mom. Kind of like a soccer mom with sharpened steel and a big stick.”
The Republican National Convention may be the place where John McCain officially accepts his party’s nomination. But it’s Sarah Palin’s show.
Tonight will determine if Sarah Palin’s Vice Presidential nod is unraveling like an old wool sweater during a brisk walk through a bramble patch.
Despite the so-called “enthusiasm gap,” delegates here are pretty fired up about McCain and Palin. The mainstream media and even some McCain advisers have been saying McCain’s pick was an attempt to woo Hillary supporters. But it’s McCain attempt to court the Christian conservatives within the party.
Joe Lieberman is a traitor to his party, and to the causes that he has championed.
Call him Benedict Joseph.
The Focus on the Family prayed for a storm of biblical proportions to disrupt Barack Obama’s outdoor acceptance speech, and bless their little hearts, they got one.
Infiltrations, false arrest, preventive detention, suppression of dissident media—these are the hallmarks of authoritarian rule.
Right here in America.
At the MSF, the Miracle of Birth Center features calves and lambs.
At the RNC, it’s more about the Palin brood.