Where do I start? Okay, I'll start with the the New York Times endorsement of Barack Obama for president. Add that to the fact that both of Chicago's main newspapers, the Sun-Times and the Chicago Tribune also endorsed Obama. In the case of the Tribune, it was the first time in the 160 plus year history of the paper that they'd ever endorsed a Democrat. And then, of course, the Anchorage Daily News endorsed Obama. It's the biggest newspaper in the state McCain's running mate Palin is governor of.
How could it get worse, you ask? I'll tell you.
News came out lately that the top-paid member of McCain's staff was Sarah Palin's make-up stylist. She was paid more, in fact, that McCain's strategist. If that isn't the perfect microcosm of McCain's
And then of course, there was the faked attack on the McCain volunteer by a big scary black man.
The hits just keep rolling in. It turns out that noted Harvard conservative Charles Fried voted for Obama by absentee ballot. Fried was Reagan's Solicitor General. That's on top of Colin Powell, former Chairman of the Joint Chief of Staff and Secretary of State under Republican administrations, endorsing Obama.
I won't even mention "Regular Jane Sixpack" Palin's $150,000 wardrobe.
Oops-- I just did. Tee hee!
Obama had 100,000 people show up for rallies recently in Denver and St. Louis. McCain drew 2 to 3 thousand in a suburb near St. Louis. I guess Missouri isn't pro-American after all.
Hey, I think Joe Leiberman's still voting for McCain. See, there is some good news for McCain after all.