2004-10-22

What Democrates Will Do....

To one of the most feared Conservative Americans, Ann Coulter.

Two men ran onstage and threw custard pies at conservative columnist Ann Coulter as she was giving a speech at the University of Arizona, hitting her in the shoulder, police said.

University police arrested the men but did not release their identities.

In her half-hour speech Thursday night, Coulter trashed Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry and derided liberals and Democrats while saluting conservative students who attended her speech.

Coulter writes a column for Universal Press Syndicate. Her appearance was sponsored by the UA College Republicans.

Notice how it's only the Dems that are doing these...and getting caught. There were two incodents something happened to Washington Republicans; First, after the First Pres. Debate, two men broke into the Republican HQ in Bellvue, they stole two excecutive computers. The other incodent was when someone stole people's Bush/Cheney signs in their lawns, he stole about $28,000 dollars in signs. I don't know of any Republicans that have done these sort of crimes, maybe because they know how not to be caught? Or is it that the Democrates are actually being de-pussyied? No. Of course not.

Speaking of feared conservatives, heres my list of the top five:
1)Rush Limbaugh
2)Matt Drudge
3)Ann Coulter
4)Bill O'Reilly
5)Sean Hannity

2004-10-20

Kerry/Arafat Campaign

OCT 18: Yasser Arafat endorses Kerry.

The Palestinian Authority made its first open statement Monday expressing support for US democratic presidential candidate John Kerry.

Arafat is just another terrorist to endorse Sen. Kerry. Others include: former Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad, Kim Jong Il, and the Mullahs of Iran.

2004-10-17

Poll Wrap Up

From DRUDGE REPORT:

CNN/USA TODAY/GALLUP POLL
October 14-16
Choice for President

Likely Registered
Voters Voters

Bush 52% 49%
Kerry 44 46
Nader 1 1

CNN/USA TODAY/GALLUP POLL

FOR RELEASE: Sunday, October 17 at noon

Interviews with 1,013 adult Americans, including 788 likely voters and 942 registered voters, conducted by telephone on October 14-16, 2004

Although Americans think John Kerry did the best job in the debates, that has not translated into an increase in his popularity, which in turn means that he appears to have lost a little ground to Bush. Among registered voters, a 48%-48% tie is now a 49%-46% edge for Bush -- not much of a difference and, with the sampling error, not a significant change. The Gallup likely voter model, which identified those respondents who are most likely to cast a ballot, is magnifying those shifts, with a 49%-48% advantage for Kerry turning into a 52%-44% lead for Bush. What's going on?

For one thing, the charge that Kerry is too liberal, which Bush emphasized mostly in the third and last debate on Wednesday night, seems to be sticking. Nearly half say Kerry's political views are too liberal. (Four in ten say Bush is too conservative.) But didn't Kerry win the debate? Yes, as with the first two debates, the public thinks Kerry did the better job on Wednesday night. But as Al Gore learned in 2000, winning a debate on points does not necessarily translate into votes or make a candidate more popular. As in 2000, Bush's favorable ratings -- Americans view of him as a person -- went up after a debate that he lost. Kerry's favorable rating has remained flat. Republicans seem more enthusiastic about the election, and thus more likely to vote, as reflected in the Gallup likely voter model.

Bush may have energized his base in the final debate at the expense of not appealing to a wider audience -- but he managed to do so in a way that made him more popular than Kerry.

CNN/USA TODAY/GALLUP POLL
October 14-16
Likely Voters'
Choice for President

Now Oct. 9-10

Bush 52% 48%
Kerry 44 49
Nader 1 1

Sampling error: +/-4% pts

QUESTION: Now, suppose that the presidential election were being held today, and it included John Kerry and John Edwards as the Democratic candidates, George W. Bush and Dick Cheney as the Republican candidates, and Ralph Nader and Peter Camejo as independent candidates. Would you vote for Kerry and Edwards, the Democrats,Bush and Cheney, the Republicans, or Nader and Camejo, the independent candidates?

CNN/USA TODAY/GALLUP POLL
October 14-16
Favorable Ratings

Now Oct. 9-10
Bush 55% 51%
Kerry 52 52

Sampling error: +/-3% pts

CNN/USA TODAY/GALLUP POLL
October 14-16
Opinion of George W. Bush

Now Oct. 9-10
Favorable 55% 51%
Unfavorable 44 46
Sampling error: +/-3% pts

QUESTION: Next, we'd like to get your overall opinion of some people in the news. As I read each name, please say if you have a favorable or unfavorable opinion of these people -- or if you have never heard of them. A. George W. Bush B. John Kerry

CNN/USA TODAY/GALLUP POLL
October 14-16
Kerry's Political Views

Too liberal 47%
About right 38
Too conservative 9

Sampling error: +/-3% pts

CNN/USA TODAY/GALLUP POLL
October 14-16
Bush's Political Views

Too liberal 14%
About right 41
Too conservative 40

end

2004-10-15

Dear Sen. Kerry, THERE WONT BE A DRAFT

For some reason, John Kerry thinks as long as Bush is president, there will be a draft. The Democrats are putting together a "brilliant" plan to scare people, hmm sort of like PUNKVOTER.
Also, it's the Dems playbook that says they will launch a "pre-emptive strike"
My theory is that Fat Mike is secretly the running mate for Kerry, not Edwards. They just used Edwards because he is...more handsom?

Post-Debate polls:

Bush led Kerry 48-44 percent in the latest three-day tracking poll, which included one night of polling done after Wednesday's debate in Tempe, Arizona. Bush led Kerry, a senator from Massachusetts, by only one point, 46-45 percent, the previous day.

An improvement in Bush's showing among undecideds and a strong response from his base Republican supporters helped fuel the president's rise.

-Source




2004-10-14

Take a Gander

http://www.rasmussenreports.com/Electoral%20College%20Table.htm

Look, Bush has more electoral votes than Kerry. This is all prediction though, it will probably be defferent, but not by much.

Also, straight from the DRUDGE REPORT:

DNC ELECTION MANUAL: CHARGE VOTER INTIMIDATION, EVEN IF NONE EXISTS

**World Exclusive**

The Kerry/Edwards campaign and the Democratic National Committee are advising election operatives to declare voter intimidation -- even if none exists, the DRUDGE REPORT can reveal.

A 66-page mobilization plan to be issued by the Kerry/Edwards campaign and the Democratic National Committee states: "If no signs of intimidation techniques have emerged yet, launch a 'pre-emptive strike.'"

[HIGHLIGHT OF ELECTION DAY MANUAL, NOVEMBER 2004. CLICK FOR IMAGE .JPG FILE]

The provocative Dem battle plan is to be distributed in dozens of states, the DRUDGE REPORT has learned.

One top DNC official confirmed the manual's authenticity, but claimed the notion of crying wolf on any voter intimidation is "absurd."

"We all know the Republicans are going to try to steal the election by scaring people and confusing people," the top DNC source explained.

Developing...

2004-10-13

3rd and Final Pres Debate

Bush won hands down. He was on the offensive throughout the debate, made John Kerry scowl like he did at the first debate. John Kerry's comment about Cheneys daughter being a lesbian was wrong and appalling. Kerry's campaign manager said she was a "strategy" for the Dems. Wow, when Edwards said it out of the blue at the VP debates, I would be thinking Kerry would be more respecting, but no.

Bush really hit hard on Kerrys voting record, again. The difference with this debate was that he prooved Kerry was the most liberal person in this country.

"You know Bob, I don't know, I just don't know," Bush answered, adding that it's important to treat people with respect and dignity and consenting adults' choices should be honored.

But, he added, "We shouldn't change or have to change our basic views on the sanctity of marriage ... I think it's very important we protect marriage as a institution, between a man and a woman."

Here Bush sounded like he was talking to and Average Joe citizen, while Kerry sounded like the apitamy of another boring lecture of his.

Quick Thoughts:
Bush connected with people tonight. He shared who he is. Kerry looked robotic, and just spewed calculations.

Kerry gave Bush credit for 9-11 (BIG mistake).

Kerry obviously used double-talk throughout the night, and I don't think people understood what he was talking about.

Final Thoughts:
Home run for Bush. Kerry deviated from his own plans and couldn't articulate a real plan, despite his claim. He spent most of the night fear-mongering, engaging in class warfare, and exploiting minorities. President Bush hit all the right notes and really shone personally. He won this hands freaking down. If anyone was actually watching this tonight, I think President Bush has just secured re-election. I don't envy the Kerry campaign having to defend its candidate's performance tonight - expect people to react very negatively to Kerry's mention of Mary Cheney. It's indefensible.

Bush/Cheney-3
Kedwards-1

2004-10-09

VP and 2nd Presidential Debates

VP: Cheney won, hands down. Edwards was sweating profusely, unable to stay on track with the questions being asked. Cheney criticized the Democrats on not being able to have a stable view on the war in Iraq.

Score: Bush/Cheney-1
Kerry/Edwards-1 (Kerry won first debate.)

2nd Pres.: It was a very close debate, tough questions, none of which seemed to be slanted in a way. Bush was sharp, so was Kerry, unfortunately. In my book Bush came away a winner. Hitting Kerry on his flip-flopping, his tax hikes on small businesses, and his "agenda" to win the peace, HE HAS NO AGENDA! Other than "Track down and KILL the terrorists." Isn't that what were doing? All of Kerry's shit about, "only lowering taxes on the rich, not middle class" mumbo-jumbo, I live in a middle class family and our taxes were cut. Again with his, "we need better equipment for our troops" he was the one who voted against it when Bush proposed the bill.
This debate showed the diversty between these two, help the undecided voters, and give me a better understanding of our great president.

Score:Bush/Cheney-2
Kerry/Edwards-1

2004-10-02

Thursday Debates

Thurday, as you know, was the first presidential debates. I must say, unfortunately, Kerry sounded sharp. Too bad nothing he said made sense or was true, I heard at least three flip-flops, one of them was three minutes apart. Kerry went off of style instead of substance, and dodged questions. Lehrer's first question was, "Do you think you could do better handling 9/11 than the president?" Directed towards Kerry, and of course he said yes, but how is Bush supposed to respond to that?

Yes, Bush did repeat himself, but Kerry kept denying that he changes his opinion on Iraq. Kerry obviously does not know what he believes. Was Hussein a threat or not? Do our soldiers need armor or not? Will illegal immigrants receive more federal financial aid than contributing, law-abiding citizens of this country, or what? Kerry has no clue. I'll put my money on a man who does know what he's doing, who does understand the risks involved and who will formulate plans that involve no contradiction and allow no backtracking.

Polls, pshh. Kerry won the debate according to the polls, but thats because he sounded good. Bush still leads on the polls that say he would be a better Commander In Chief, 54% to 44%.