Thursday, February 28, 2008

Obama victory will prolong US racial divide, says British equality chief - Times Online: "'If Obama can succeed, then maybe they can imagine that [Martin Luther] King's post-racial nirvana has arrived. A vote for Obama is a pain-free negation of their own racism. So long as they don't have to live next door to him; Obama has yet to win convincingly in white districts adjacent to black communities,' he wrote."

Negation of their racism? Maybe. I wonder what would be a valid negation of their racism for Mr. Phillips.

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Monday, February 25, 2008

This is juvenille, but I wonder how the campaign didn't recognize the political danger in doing this? I guess only violations of sensitivity made by Republicans is worthy of concern.


Who Will Tell Hillary?: "Who will tell her that it's over, that she cannot win the presidential nomination and that the sooner she leaves the race, the more it will improve the party's chances of defeating Sen. John McCain in November?"

No one because she surrounds herself with sycophants and people as blinded to her unattractiveness and venality as she is.

Friday, February 22, 2008

Declarations - WSJ.com: "I wonder if she knows that some people look at her and think 'Man, she got it all.' Intelligent, strong, tall, beautiful, Princeton, Harvard, black at a time when America was trying to make up for its sins and be helpful, and from a working-class family with two functioning parents who made sure she got to school.
That's the great divide in modern America, whether or not you had a functioning family, and she apparently came from the privileged part of that divide. A lot of white working-class Americans didn't come up with those things. Some of them were raised by a TV and a microwave and love our country anyway, every day.
Does Mrs. Obama know this? I don't know. If she does, love and gratitude for the place that tries to give everyone an equal shot would seem to be in order."

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Thursday, February 21, 2008

Am I the only one who thought a 71-year-old man seeing a younger version of his the wife he loves?


Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Use of Private Care Tests British Health System - New York Times: "Officials said that allowing Mrs. Hirst and others like her to pay for extra drugs to supplement government care would violate the philosophy of the health service by giving richer patients an unfair advantage over poorer ones."

Who thinks this is America's path forward with compulsory health coverage put forth by The Entitled One?

Friday, February 15, 2008

This is funny.

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Wednesday, February 13, 2008

MichaelCrichton.com | Complexity Theory and Environmental Management: "And for that matter, who believes that the complex system of our atmosphere behaves in such a simple and predictable way that if we reduce one component, carbon dioxide, we will therefore reliably reduce temperature? CO2 is not like an accelerator on a car. It’s not linear (and by the way, neither is a car accelerator.) And furthermore, who believes that the climate can be stabilized when it has never been stable throughout the earth’s history? We can only entertain such an idea if we don’t really understand what a complex system is."

Camille Paglia on Hillary, Obama and one weird old coot | Salon.com: "Hillary's gonads must be sending out sci-fi rays that paralyze the paleo-feminist mind -- because her career, attached to her husband's flapping coattails, has sure been heavy on striking pious attitudes but ultra-light on concrete achievements."

Why not three disparaging comments on the self-annointed Queen?

Another comment: Am I the only one who thought Hillary got crushed in her real home state of Virginia/DC?

RealClearPolitics - Articles - Why Hillary Will Lose: "But too many of her votes come from Hispanics who fear blacks and from older whites who harbor residual racial feelings."

Dick Morris is far from a objective observer of all things Clinton, but he is right on with that statement.

CNN Political Ticker: All politics, all the time Blog Archive - Clinton: Still no congratulations for Obama « - Blogs from CNN.com

What a classy, classy lady. Too bad Sore Loserman is already taken.

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