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Hear her roar!
The Iowa Democrat debate: Schoolmarm returns; Update: Schoolmarm is all giggles; Update: No “show of hands,” schoolmarm not amused by Hillary’s joke; Update: Obama gets the best one-liner…“Hillary, I’m looking forward to you advising me as well.”
Snappier? Update: Kinder, gentler, defanged.
I noted on Twitter and in my live-blog of Obama’s press conference that the president called on/coached HuffPo’s Nico Pitney in an obvious, pre-planned question on Iranians communicating through social media and the Internet. The question itself was unobjectionable and Obama’s response was so bland and rambling I don’t remember it. But what was noteworthy […]
Yes, it’s true. The left-wing anti-patriots at MoveOn.org, who didn’t think twice about handing jihadists potent ammunition the day before the sixth anniversary of 9/11 with their despicable attack on Gen. Petraeus, are now worried about actions that “hurt the country.” Dangerous, perilous, damaging, harmful actions…like having a Democrat debate moderated by journalists who aren’t […]
The way forward.
“I think it’s important that we try to maintain some — you know, level of honesty…”
Update 1/7 9:09am Eastern. Questions about one of those focus group members. 9:35pm Eastern. Wow. Interesting. Frank Luntz’s focus group was just asked about Romney. Only a few raised their hands to say they supported him before the debate. Almost all raised their hands to say they were supporting him afterward. Look: Loud agreement among […]
Iowa GOP Rep. Steve King will endorse a GOP presidential candidate tomorrow morning. He’s scheduled to give a short speech tomorrow morning at 9am CST in Des Moines naming his candidate and explaining his reasons. The endorsement will carry far more weight with grass-roots GOP voters than that of an East Coast newspaper editorial board–or […]
Via my favorite newspaper, the snort-worthy headline of the day: Related vid at Hot Air. Related audio of Huck on the Laura Ingraham show this morning also at HA. Wouldn’t you love to see a presidential debate moderated by the NY Post editor–instead of, say, the Des Moines Register’s Schoolmarm?