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Thoughts for the Day

I will likely be offline most of the day, but wanted to point to a couple of things to consider. The Weekly Standard blog has some really good stuff today from John McCormack, Bill Kristol, Fred Barnes, Mary Katharine Ham and others. Barnes goes into some information about the presidential debate commission that I didn't know, but that makes things much clearer now. (I wondered why McCain agreed to the foreign policy debate being on a Friday night.)

And here is something I hope everyone would keep in mind when they see Barney Frank all over television trying to blame others for the financial crisis (Chris Dodd and Chuck Schumer, too, for that matter.)

Update: It might be fun to see John McCain do something like this, but I think Obama is probably expecting some economic questions tonight, especially about how the economy plays into our foreign policy and security, so I don't know that he would be terribly shocked.


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Comments (5)

"Senator Obama did not weig... (Below threshold)

"Senator Obama did not weigh in on that bill."

Heh. Figures.

Unfortunately, that little Fox News watermark in the lower lefthand corner will render this report completely incomprehensible to libtards everywhere.

Some might even claim Fox c... (Below threshold)
Lorie Byrd:

Some might even claim Fox created the Barney Frank footage, although not sure if they would claim it was with the use of a look alike or a Disney-style animatronic. Seriously, I would not be surprised in the least to hear that claim.

Barney Frank is a useless l... (Below threshold)

Barney Frank is a useless lump in spectacles. Oh, what a shill he is for his party! Obama is never going to weigh in on anything that requires him to do more than show up for a meeting.

"Present!"... (Below threshold)
Son Of The Godfather:


Anyone who says "Bill Krist... (Below threshold)

Anyone who says "Bill Kristol has something good to say" is showing that they're no better of a partisan hack than he is. Kristol is a parrot of the worst kind for the RNC. If they stated that the moon was made of chocolate from Belgium, he'd happily make that case on their behalf.

Otherwise, you're right there is some interesting stuff over there.






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