Tipping Points

April 9, 2006

The Big Day

Filed under: Middle East,Politics,Uncategorized — thricearmed @ 4:02 pm

Today, April 9th, is Iraqi Liberation Day. Sic Semper Tyrannis.

April 2, 2006

In Other News…

Filed under: Democrats,Politics,Uncategorized — thricearmed @ 9:04 am

Napoleon is still dead and Dem leaders still start with "st" and rhyme with cupid.

Yes, that's right, Democrat is a misspelling, it should be spelled like mormon without the second "m." 

Look at all of the awards. It makes me sick to the stomach that anyone of the same species as Reagan, Churchill, Washington, and Lincoln could be so idiotic.

February 28, 2006

It’s Cox and Forkum Day!

Filed under: Cartoons,Democrats,Middle East,Politics,Terrorism — thricearmed @ 9:08 pm

On the spur of the moment, I have decided to put up a few C&F cartoons from their archives. Enjoy!

 

P.S. Look at the date on each cartoon. I think C&F must be clairvoyant or something.

 July, 2004

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 June, 2004

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 December, 2003

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November, 2003 

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February 16, 2006

Senator George Felix Allen

Filed under: Politics,President — thricearmed @ 8:16 pm

For his briefing, click “Nominations.”

For his full report on VoteSmart.org, click here.

For his homepage, click here.

Nomination, Nomination, Who’s Got the Nomination? (Part 2)

Filed under: Politics,President — thricearmed @ 8:10 pm

I am making a special “Nomination” page, which can be found off on the right(your right, not the computer’s), under “Comment Rules.” All of the nomination reports will be in there, so check back often. Every time I finish a report on one, I will post his/her/its name.

February 13, 2006

Nomination, Nomination, Who’s Got the Nomination? (Part 1)

Filed under: Politics,President — thricearmed @ 10:14 pm

 I was thinking just today that someone ought to do a background and likelihood-of-winning check on the prospective ’08 candidates, especially those running Republican. The thing that stumped me was how to figure out who they were. But lo and behold, Human Events Online has provided the requisite information, which they gathered at CPAC:

Thinking ahead to the 2008 presidential election, who do you think will be the next Republican nominee for President?  

                      

George Allen: 22%
John McCain: 20%
Rudy Giuliani: 12%
Condoleezza Rice: 10%
Bill Frist: 6%
Tom Tancredo: 5%
Mitt Romney: 5%
Newt Gingrich: 5%
Rick Santorum: 3%
George Pataki: 3%
Undecided: 4%
*All others tested received 1% or less
 
 

Of the following whom do you believe Democrats will nominate for President in 2008?

 

Hillary Clinton: 62%
Mark Warner: 10%
John Edwards: 7%
Bill Richardson: 4%
Wesley Clark: 3%
Russ Feingold: 2%
Evan Bayh: 2%
John Kerry: 2%
Tom Vilsack: 1%
Other: 1%
Undecided: 4%

 

Now I just need to do some serious digging.

Link to the story: HEO

 

 

 

 

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