The Bombshell loves O. Like so many other American women who helped elect him in ‘08, I adore that great, always-ticking political brain. I love his health care reform, his calm, cool and collected kill order for OBL. His barely clothed socialist tendencies drive me wild, too.
The trouble is, I’m not sure he really loves us—me and my sisters—back. Oh sure, we look pretty good about three months before an election. And yes, he’s put two women on the Supreme Court who will presumably help keep women’s basic rights intact for decades to come. But it really hurts to have to admit that, to him, women are tactical advantages, mere numbers and percentages in a demographic column.
The White House made clear on Sunday that Barack Obama will proceed with his push for diplomatic engagement with Iran, no matter the outcome of the current upheaval in the Islamic Republic.
Appearing on several Sunday morning talk shows, Susan Rice, Obama’s ambassador to the United Nations, and David Axelrod, one of the Read More
”We’re not going to take that crap!” cried Susan Rice, the Obama foreign policy adviser and former Clinton White House national security staffer.
What they won’t take are those Republican insinuations about Obama’s fortitude and patriotism.
Instead, she vowed that the Democratic campaign will force the G.O.P. to answer for ”John McCain’s bad judgment.”
Her Read More
Obviously, Democrats want voters to be thinking about John McCain’s age and fretting over whether it might be eating away at his mental faculties. There’s no other reason why party’s anti-McCain talking points would call for surrogates to so prominently slip forms of the word “confused” into attacks on the soon-to-be 72-year-old Republican candidate.
In Read More
If Iraq rarely comes up in the Democratic primary, it’s because, for Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton, there is nothing left to discuss.
The differences between them on extricating troops are miniscule, and the greatest point of contention is aboutn the past: who did or didn’t support the war, nearly seven years ago. But Read More
After Barack Obama’s foreign policy adviser Susan Rice said this morning that neither Democratic candidate was ready to answer a "3 a.m. call," it was only a matter of time before McCain’s campaign responded.
But while Hillary Clinton recently complimented McCain’s experience while denigrating Obama’s, a statement by McCain communications director Read More