“The case for McCain is straightforward. The financial crisis has made us forget, or just blindly deny, how dangerous the world out there is. We have a generations-long struggle with Islamic jihadism. An apocalyptic soon-to-be-nuclear Iran. A nuclear-armed Pakistan in danger of fragmentation. A rising Russia pushing the limits of revanchism. Plus the sure-to-come Falklands-like surprise popping out of nowhere.”
Friday, October 24, 2008
Charles Krauthammer hasn’t backed away from his support for McCain. In his recent Washington Post Op-Ed, he writes:
Wednesday, October 22, 2008
Obama may look to have this election locked, but that isn’t stopping Democrats from fearing the worst.
“The Democrats are poised on the brink of victory. And they cannot stand it. The news is too good. Something has to go wrong.Roger Simon’s piece may be a tongue in cheek look at the Democrat’s consistent ability to lose elections, but Noam Scheiber at the New Republic sees a number of scenarios that can produce a loss for Obama in November.
On Saturday, Charlie Cook, an independent analyst and author of the Cook Report, wrote: “This election isn’t over, but it is looking very bad for Republicans — and seems to be getting worse.”
This plunged the Democrats into a deep gloom. Good news is always bad news for them.”
Sunday, October 19, 2008
A slight improvement over the other members on "The View".
"After the squid's years spent dwelling on the ocean floor, I think viewers will be interested to hear its take on the hustle and bustle lifestyle of New York City," said ABC programming director Cyndi DeHart. "And personally, I can't wait to see how the squid interacts with Whoopi. Watch out!"
"This sassy cephalopod takes no prisoners," she added.”