All Posts Tagged With: "presidential campaign"

The Power of Personality: Cain Comes To Town

The story of Presidential candidate Herman Cain begins and ends with personality. That is not to say that the middle doesn’t contain a large amount of substance, because it does, but his emotive presence in a sea of dry politicians refuses to be overlooked. He, and his presence, were on hand to address a group of about eighty people Monday at The Smokey Row Coffee Shop in Des Moines.

As he gave a brief opening statement and took questions from the crowd one could quickly come to the conclusion that his personality, and not his impressive business experience, may be his biggest weapon moving forward. The current world of Presidential politics is one in which the media can conjure up a negative narrative on a …


So What is the Relationship of Obama And the Kenyan Thug, Odinga?

This piece is cross-posted from BitsBlog.

Obama and Odinga

Sen. Barack Obama designated a personal aide as his direct contact for the 2007 Kenyan presidential campaign of Raila Odinga, who later was appointed prime minister after his election loss was followed by widespread, deadly violence that destroyed or damaged 800 Christian churches, according to e-mails obtained by WND senior staff writer Jerry Corsi during a trip to Kenya.

That’s only the beginning of a startling report from World Net Daily, and it’s the very beginning of the tale of why Jerome Corsi was arrested and deported by Kenyan officials. It amounts to the idea that Corsi was uncovering rather a lot of facts that will expose Obama, just before the election.

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McCain, Obama and Rick Warren

We were channel surfing on Saturday night because the Olympic coverage was of the women’s marathon, which I liken to watching paint dry, when we happened upon Rick Warren’s interviews of the respective candidates.  The least I can say is that the contrasts were spectacular.  John McCain was the all-around winner, (unless he was being judged by Olympic judges, in which case he would have placed second due to some unusual tie-breaking formula!).

Senator McCain opened up the proverbial can of Whompem on Senator Obama in these areas:

  • Clarity–McCain’s remarks were straightforward, transparent and to the point.  It’s why he also got to answer more questions.  His answers were focused, and his intent was clear.  Note to Obama–at no point in the next eight years

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