That's Isaiah's The World Today Just Nuts "Stand Up Barack" and this is from Hillary is 44's "Christine O'Donnell Gets Vetted, Barack Obama Gets Petted, Sarah Palin Gets Targeted, Hillary Clinton Gets Marketed:"
The tactics they used (and by that we mean psychos like Tony Perkins) against Hillary Clinton for decades are the tactics the Obama psychos used against Hillary Clinton in 2007/2008. They’re (the psychos Obama and Perkins) still using the same tactics against Hillary and any woman who gets in their way. But Sarah Palin has the Hillary Clinton example to guide her and now Hillary Clinton has the Sarah Palin example to guide her as well.
The goal of the psychos is to keep Sarah Palin supporters and Hillary Clinton supporters from understanding their common goals. The enemy for both groups is the sexism and misogyny that will be deployed to attack both candidates.
Hillary Clinton must learn from Sarah Palin about the growing irrelevance of Big Media. Sarah Palin must learn from Hillary Clinton the subtle arts of warfare. Sarah Palin delights in mocking and slapping her opponents. Hillary Clinton has a much softer touch. A combination of the two approaches is desirable for both future candidates.
“I have seen a lot of people run for office and say a lot of things and then when they have the burden of holding office and the responsibility that goes with it, I’ve seen them become very sobered very quickly about the challenges we face domestically and internationally,” Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said on ABC’s “This Week.”
Hillary Clinton is not talking about the Tea Party movement. Hillary Clinton is taking aim at Barack Obama.
Again, read our discussion of this Hillary Clinton interview and you will see, no matter how much Big Media and the Obama psychos try to market Hillary Clinton as a sidelined player, Hillary Clinton still gets her message out.
I can not tolerate the fools who still are too cowardly to call Barack out. I just can't stand them. It makes me feel good, though, about a post I wrote last week. I am so glad I wrote that because that's exactly what I was talking about, supposedly brave people playing cowards.
On NPR's Morning Edition, I discovered that Vanilla Ice just won't go away. He's now got a DIY TV show on remodeling a mansion. He just won't go away.
Another NPR story was about a Brooklyn rat problem and played out like a joke. To deal with the rats, the authorities brought in oppossums. Now Brooklyn is overrun with oppossums and the rat problem? It's still there.
Going out with C.I.'s "Iraq snapshot:"