Category Archives: Palin and William Ayers

Making It Seem Easy

From the first time as a kid when you were actually assigned homework, or knew that on Monday morning you would be held publically accountable in the classroom for something you really didn’t understand, through all of your working life, … Continue reading

Posted in Debating Techniques – McCain, McCain Defends Obama, McCain Erratic, McCain Gets Booed, McCain Hot - Obama Cool, McCain's Palin Gamble, Michelle Obama, Obama as the Grown-Up, Obama Calm and Steady, Obama Pals with Terrorists, Obama's Professionalism, Palin and William Ayers, Palin Challenges McCain, Palin's Ambition | Leave a comment

Selling the Concept

Out here in Hollywood, the land of make-believe, we know all about the willing suspension of disbelief. It is a bargain the audience makes with you – they know those are actors on the screen, not the real people, and … Continue reading

Posted in Attack Politics, Blaming Obama for Everything, Changing the Subject, Forget the Economy, McCain's Anger Problem, McCain's Palin Gamble, McCain: Hot-Head, Nasty Politics, Obama Pals with Terrorists, Palin and William Ayers, Palin's Church, Turning the Page | Leave a comment

An Open Letter to Sarah Palin

Promoted to the front page from the comments section, from Rick, the News Guy in Atlanta –   [][][][]   (Oh, sure! As if she even reads this blog! But still, what the hell, here’s an…)   Open Letter to … Continue reading

Posted in Attack Politics, Obama Pals with Terrorists, Open Letter to Sarah Palin, Palin and William Ayers, Sarah Palin | 2 Comments

How to Deal With the Insecure

It was good advice, one of the things you find yourself remembering even if you heard the words so very long ago. Imagine yourself an overly sensitive teenager – as if there were any other kind – trying to figure … Continue reading

Posted in 527's, Attack Politics, Attacks on Obama, Jeremiah Wright, McCain's Lost Honor, Obama, Obama as the Grown-Up, Obama Pals with Terrorists, Palin and William Ayers, Palin Speaks Nonsense, Tony Rezko, William Ayers | 2 Comments