Brent Budowsky: Commentators should question whether Romney’s career suggests that he possesses the qualifications of political integrity, compassion for all Americans, and decisiveness of command to be president and commander in chief.
by Charley James — For the past several weeks, John McCain, Sarah Palin and their surrogates have been busily dividing America into two categories: Real and, I guess, pretend Americans. To Republicans, Election 2008 is junior high school all over again, complete with cliques and slam books. Us and them. The cool kids and the […]
by Tom Hall — In earlier essays, I talked about how a group of for-profit businessmen was promoting Proposition 8 (Proposition Hate), the anti-gay marriage measure to write bigotry into the California Constitution. I pointed out some of their hypocricies and dishonesties. But I didn’t talk much about their finances.
Six days ago, I wrote about how a solid contact inside the McCain campaign explained to me what’s left for McCain (in the remaining days of the election battle after his terrible performance in the third debate). “Voter suppression and wonky Dieboldt machines,” my contact said then, adding “It’s our last hope.” He stuns me […]
As corporate media reports obsessively on Joe The Plumber, who misrepresented himself to Barack Obama saying he’d be victimized by Obama’s tax plan, Americans more in need than Joe are being victimized for REAL everyday – not in hypothetical ways like Joe’s imagined fears of paying rich people’s taxes even though he isn’t rich. But […]
When Sarah Palin signaled to the “Bubba” vote that she was part of the “Joe six-pack” crowd – meaning she was just an average American seeking to represent the nation on the highest ticket in the land – during her debate with Joe Biden last week, it became obvious that this presidential campaign would no […]