October 28, 2008

Obama's Newly Discovered Marxist Comments

First he said he wanted to "spread the wealth around," now, in a newly released seven year old radio interview, Obama says he regrets the U.S. Supreme Court never got involved in wealth redistribution. Obama campaign refuses to protect against fraudulent contributions. Coochy, bad dog, no biscuit!

Sarah Palin Mishandled

U.S. News & World Report senior writer, commentator and analyst Michael Barone tells Newsmax TV that the McCain campaign mishandled Sarah Palin by keeping her "out of sight" for the first month of her campaign. He also notes Palin should have insisted on live interviews with the TV networks, not taped ones in which Palin's best answers are edited and "left on the cutting room floor," as ABC and CBS did. Barone also shares his views on the accuracy of pollsters.

Campaign Buttons: An Election Poll

Campaign button sales as a predictor of election results? Jim Warlick, Political Worthologist has been conducting this unscientific poll since 1988 and his results have accurately predicted the president every year except for 2000. WorthPoint's Dan Borsey caught up with Warlick at the Atlantique City Show in Atlantic City, New Jersey to find out who the next president will be according to the USA Button Poll. For more information go to www.usabuttonpoll.com WorthPoint - Get the Most from your Antiques and Collectibles.

Kenyans cash in on Obama mania

T-shirts featuring Barack Obama's face are selling quickly in the Kenyan capital. The T-shirts come in a variety of colors and are sold for 10 U.S dollars. The U.S Democrat presidential candidate has also had babies, beer and a road named after him. Obama is the son of an American mother and Kenyan...

October 26, 2008

Democrats looking to turn Virginia blue

Obama on Saturday took shots at McCain's attempt to keep some distance between himself and Bush, a Republican presiding at a time when most people think the country is badly off track. The White House announced this week that Bush has already cast his vote for McCain.

"That's no surprise, because when it comes to the policies that matter for middle class families, there's not an inch of daylight between George Bush and John McCain," Obama said.

While Obama keeps up that theme, McCain is hammering a message that Obama is a tax-and-spend threat to the nation. Politically, the tanking economy has swung momentum in Obama's favor, but McCain is trying to win some back by casting aspersions about Obama's fiscal discipline.

Bush, meanwhile, has been quietly on the sidelines for virtually the entire election. But his name is mentioned often.

Other battleground states — Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Florida — are on Obama's itinerary as the final full week of the campaigning begins. McCain begins Sunday in Iowa and Ohio.

McCain's Joe The Plumber Tour

GOP presidential candidate John McCain has started his "Joe The Plumber Tour" in an effort to connect with middle class swing voters. Chip Reid reports from the McCain campaign trail.