Archive for October, 2008

(Video) John and Cindy McCain Interview

Plain tells ABC considering running for President in 2012


Vice presidential contender Sarah Palin told ABC in an interview to air Thursday that she’s not going to leave national politics if she doesn’t enter the White House in January, fueling speculation that she’s considering running for President in 2012.

“I think that, if I were to give up and wave a white flag of surrender against some of the political shots that we’ve taken…I’m not doin’ this for naught,” Palin told ABC’s Elizabeth Vargas on being asked.

Sen. Ted Stevens guilty in corruption case

Alaska senator proclaims his innocence, promises appeal of verdict


Oct. 27: Sen. Ted Stevens, R-Alaska, was convicted of corruption charges Monday in a trial that threatens to end the career of the longest-serving GOP member in the Senate.

The jury found Mr. Stevens guilty of failing to report tens of thousands of dollars in gifts and services from friends. These included an estimated $250,000 in renovations to his home in Alaska underwritten by the owner of an oil-services company and one of the state’s leading power brokers.


New VoteVets Ad Targets Saxby Chambliss

We’re back up on the air with our body armor ad, this time in Georgia.  You can view it here:

Keep in mind that this ad addresses the voting record of Senator Saxby Chambliss–the guy who came into office by questioning the patriotism of Vietnam veteran and triple amputee Max Cleland.

(VIDEO) Ron Paul: Republican brand is ‘in big trouble’

This video is from CNN’s American Morning, broadcast October 23, 2008.


CNN’s John Roberts spoke to Rep. Ron Paul on Thursday about the upcoming presidential election and the possibility that the Republicans could take a beating at the polls. However, he started off with a question about former Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan, asking, “Do you even listen to him any more?”

“I have to, because somebody like you might ask me a question about him!” Paul joked.

“I used to listen to him when he was writing back in the 60s,” Paul continued, “because he agreed with free market economics and no respect for the Federal Reserve. Lately though, he’s been part of it — and right now, he’s really gotten bad, because what he was saying yesterday was that the only place where he might have made a mistake is he didn’t advocate more regulations.”

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McCain – Palin Interview with Brian Williams Day 2
October 23, 2008 NBC News

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Since 1928 ALL Republican Presidents Bushes or Nixons!
October 22, 2008 MSNBC HARDBALL