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They won't have that chance again, as Obama has cut them off from further access to the campaign. Apparently, they prefer to only answer softball questions. Well, they won't have to worry about interviews like this once the "Fairness Doctrine" swings into play.
Friday, October 24, 2008
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UPDATE: Mark Steyn points out what Obama had to disable to accept these donations.
UPDATE 2: Here's what one enterprising conservative did.
Wednesday, October 22, 2008
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Joe the Plumber makes Obama's dangerous and unfair policies easy for everyone to understand. He has worked hard (not been lucky) all his life to reach the arbitrary point of making more than $250,000 a year. Obama wants to make sure he makes it no further, hires no more workers, produces no more valuable services and has no more money to invest in other companies. He wants to steal Joe's money so that he can promise it to people who don't even pay taxes now, practically ensuring that our country's resources are allocated in the least productive way.
We don't need more government control of our money and our lives; we need less. We need them to get out of the way and let us do what Americans have always done: work hard and achieve the best way of life of the face of the earth.
UPDATE: Here's an exchange he had with Diane Sawyer.
Wednesday, October 15, 2008
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CINCINNATI (AP) — A federal judge on Thursday ordered Ohio's top elections official to verify the identity of newly registered voters by matching them with other government documents.
U.S. District Judge George C. Smith in Columbus ruled that Ohio Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner must perform verification required by the Help America Vote Act. That includes matching new registrants' information against information in databases maintained by the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles or the Social Security Administration.
The order was the result of a lawsuit the Ohio Republican Party filed against Brunner, a Democrat.
"Plaintiffs assert, and the court agrees, that it is hard to imagine a public interest more compelling than safeguarding the legitimacy of the election of the president of the United States," Smith wrote in his ruling.
Brunner also was ordered to establish a process by which Ohio's 88 county election boards can access information generated by the checks.
Residents registering to vote must provide their name, address, date of birth and either their driver's license number or the last four digits of their Social Security number.
Brunner has said the state matches registration information against data in the Bureau of Motor Vehicles system and the Social Security database. But she also has said federal law doesn't say what should be done if a mismatch is discovered, and it is up to counties to check the system for flagged registrations and investigate if warranted.
An after-hours call seeking Brunner's comment on the ruling was not immediately returned Thursday.
Republicans, who have been at odds frequently with Brunner, hailed the ruling.
Thursday, October 9, 2008
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Ohioans need to find some sharp, non-criminal and conservative Republicans to elect ASAP. Governor Taft destroyed our party. It's high time we started putting it back together.
UPDATE: More disturbing info: voters from Chicago and no observers allowed! And here's FOX reporting on it. That last one will BLOW YOUR MIND.