The major candidates for President are considerably closer in their policies and philosophy than the overwhelming rhetoric may lead you to believe. For some, this really is a hard choice.
It took a while for the conservative base of the Republican Party to get through the grieving process when it became apparent that John McCain was the nominee. The result of that process is a candidate who has managed to reconcile with the base by both making statements that fit the conservative agenda more adroitly (some would say McCain is not exactly honest in this regard), and the addition of a stronger conservative on the ticket in the person of Sarah Palin. McCain professes and hopefully holds to a more conservative leaning on some key social issues, but still tends toward a more liberal approach to fiscal policy. It is[...]
It's not exactly been a big mystery where the former Secretary of State was going with his own vote this year. And NBC was was certainly fairly confident that they knew what Power was going to say today when he gave his endorsement to Obama.
I would tend to agree with Michelle Malkin when she states that this doesn't look like a mater of race, despite[...]