December 31, 2007

Blogging the presidential campaign — month by month, 2007.

January: Analyzing the text of Hillary Clinton's announcement.

February: "Wearing an overcoat but gloveless on a frigid morning, Mr. Obama invoked a speech Lincoln gave here..."

March: "And people are going to have to take better care of themselves. We cannot afford all the illness that folks are bringing on themselves."

April: Is Obama a gasbag?

May: Chris Wallace asks Giuliani about his statement that it's "okay" if Roe is overruled and "okay" if it's not — but doesn't push him on his answer.

June: Let's take a closer look at Bill's carrot and Hillary's onion ring.

July: Giuliani and race.

August: You people are soooo invisible. And you will always be invisible. Without me.

September: The world, tired of hating America, wants Hillary to win.

October: Like George Bush, Hillary Clinton "presides over an office of intense and focused workaholics, protective of their patron and wary of outsiders."

November: "Hnh, Biden stomps some dirt on Robert Bork's grave."

December: "It said my house is pink. I would not have a pink house, I assure you."


George M. Spencer said...

"If the people want me...I will do what I’ve always done with everything else in my life—I will take it on and do a good job. You’ll have the disadvantage of having someone who probably can’t jump up and click [his] heels three times but will tell you the truth. And you’ll know where the president stands at all times."

The man ain't wearing no ruby slippers.

He ain't making no flying monkey promises neither.

Peter V. Bella said...

Damn, I always liked those flying monkeys.

Trooper York said...

The best part about reading this comment threads is reading the crap that some people posted who don't come around here anymore. Thank god for small favors.