Sunday, October 26, 2008

The only poll that counts is the one on November 4

TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin had a pointed message Sunday for Barack Obama: This thing isn't over yet. Palin said the Democratic presidential nominee was acting as if he's already won the election and had already written his inaugural address.

"Barack Obama and I both have spent quite some time on the basketball court," Palin told a raucous crowd of more than 5,000 at the convention center. "But where I come from, you have to win the game before you start cutting down the net."

Already written his inaugural address?? What else can you expect from someone as self-centered as Obama? The media has jumped on board too, as well as Pelosi, already declaring him the winner. The news networks are wringing their hands trying to figure out how to keep the public occupied all night since it's so obvious that Obama will win before it's even dinner time. Well, media, there's only one poll that counts, and it's not yours... or ACORN's.

Biden, Mrs. Biden and Obama won't answer questions
Barack Obama's campaign killed all interviews with a Florida TV station after Sen. Joe Biden, the Democratic vice presidential nominee, faced tough and critical questions from a reporter at the Orlando station, the Orlando Sentinel reported .

During a satellite video Thursday, WFTV's Barbara West quoted Karl Marx and asked Biden how Obama's comment to "Joe the Plumber," about spreading the wealth wasn't being Marxist.

"Are you joking?," Biden asked.

No, Biden. You are the joke.
West replied, "No."

"I don't know who's writing your questions," Biden asked her.

Who writes her questions? The more appropriate response would be, Who writes Obama's speeches? At least no one can claim the gaffe-tastic Biden is a plagiarist, with all of his slip-up's and step-in-it's. But this interview makes it clear that if Biden and Obama won't allow themselves to even be asked reasonable questions, then the Fairness Doctrine is right around the corner. I'm enjoying blogging while it lasts.