Ted Stevens asks the people of Alaska to “stand with me”... Alaska tells him; GTFO
- More details of the plot to assassinate Sen. Obama are emerging. We at TBWA refuse to publish the details and give more press to the hatred. But to the hate groups I have 2 words for you: Fuck… and you.
- Early voting is recording a huge turnout and, per CNN, is making every day ‘Election Day’…
- The in-fighting in the McPalin campaign continues as aides to Sen. McCain are upset with Gov. Palin for going ‘off-script’ and talking about ClothesGate, and allowing it to get back into the news cycle. (While McCain and his handlers are struggling to make up ground, it now seems as though Palin is looking out for herself and her political future… why else would she attempt to extinguish the clothes rumor again, and thusly pushing it back into the news cycle, if she’s not trying to maintain a possible 2012 run if they lose next week)
- Republican strategist Ed Rollins says that Palin is “definitely is going to be the most popular Republican in this country when this thing is over.” (No snark as I try to wrap my brain around the concept that Palin is the future of the gop and NOT laugh my ass off…)
- Obama continues his ‘closing arguments’ this week and says that the future of the US depends on next week’s election.
- McCain is also spewing his ‘closing arguments’ but they’re not going over so well…
- The ACORN’s are still falling… see what I did there?
- Senior Bush(whacked) Administration officials are saying that the U.S. is “actively considering talks with elements of the Taliban” and listening to calls for the talks to be led by the Afghan central government with some active participation of the U.S. (So they’re trying to have talks with one of our enemies, will McCain speak out against it? Riiiiiight…)
- And have we mentioned? That McCain called for Sen. Ted Stevens (r-AK) to resign this morning? In what could be a brilliant or devastating strategic move by McCain, he’s publically saying that Stevens should step down following yesterday’s conviction on seven felony counts… (If this appeals to Independents by showing McCain to be an individual thinker – obviously I’m referring to the conservative-leaning cons that follow the lemmings over the cliff – than this could reap huge benefits for him. If it does the opposite and angers the conservative base, then McCain could see his polling fall. Stay tuned…)