Charity on December 23rd, 2008

Here’s a little test.
If the canvassing board declares this ballot to be in the Other/No one category,

Then, what category does this ballot belong in.

a) Other/No one
b) Al Franken
If you answered (a), you have sound logical capabilities.  If you answered (b), you are either a complete moron, or you are part of the Canvassing Board deciding [...]

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Charity on November 5th, 2008

I am going to keep this positive. For some, this is a tremendous victory and today you are celebrating. Have your moment. I won’t spoil it by saying something negative about President-elect Obama. Instead, I will share a couple of good things about Barack Obama’s win.
The first is the political climate.  [...]

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Charity on November 4th, 2008

You know what to do…

Go Vote!
And remember, if you are in the Greater Burlington Area, watch the live election coverage starting tonight at 7:30 on Channel 17 or online at I’m not just saying that because I will be on reporting live from Montpelier, with interviews from the Vermont Republicans.
There will also be [...]

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Charity on November 3rd, 2008

Over the past couple of years, I have flirted with the idea of voting third party. The Republican Party that I enthusiastically supported in the 1990’s does not exist in the practices of the current national GOP, as a whole.
I decided, though, that it makes little sense to go with a third party.
No, not [...]

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Charity on November 2nd, 2008

This was really very funny. John McCain is a good sport and was obviously having a good time. And he certainly looked more comfortable than he did in the debates.

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Charity on October 31st, 2008

My heart all but broke when I learned that Jon Bon Jovi held a fundraiser for Barack Obama. Bon Jovi was my first rockstar crush. I was in 5th grade.
But another rocker that I loved when I was growing up has come out with an endorsement for John McCain, Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry.
This [...]

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Charity on October 30th, 2008

Yeah, and he did not have sexual relations with that woman, either.
Mississippi’s voter situation is hard to believe. Places like Madison County have over 123% more registered voters than people over the age of 18.
“It is terrible,” [Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann] says. “Combined with the fact that we don’t have voter ID in Mississippi, [...]

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Charity on October 29th, 2008

Zo is a huge superstar on the right-wing blogs. I haven’t posted any of his videos yet because I figured that everyone had seen them. Then I remembered that some of you live in liberal land and only venture out to benign sites such as this one, where you can conservative bash without [...]

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Charity on October 29th, 2008

“It’s not that I don’t have enough information, it’s that I don’t particularly like either one of them,” explained Moon, 32, a small business owner and father of two.
That’s Chad Moon, an undecided voter profiled in a Reuters story.
The article goes on to ask, “what more do voters possibly need to know to make up [...]

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Charity on October 28th, 2008

Sen. Barack Obama talks a lot about ending the divisiveness of politics in this country, yet when anyone criticizes or questions his policies or where they will lead the country, he (or his campaign surrogates) cries “FOX News! FOX News!” as if that is a rational rebuttal.
It isn’t. FOX News is a legitimate [...]

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