11.27.2004

SPORTSMAN OF THE YEAR


Every year Sports Illustrated conducts a poll about who should be named the Sportsman of the Year. Like sports or, in the case of Mr. Timus, detest them, I think we can all agree that this year Pat Tillman should be given every award available - and in many cases, new ones should be just made up and awarded to him anyways...

So...Go here, sroll thru the people, and vote for Pat Tillman!

11.19.2004

SCALIA FOR CHIEF!!!


...And it comes, no less, than from newly crowned Democrat Senate Leader Harry Reid!

Read it, believe it!

IMHO: She rocks!!!
Round I: Condi on the 2nd Amendment

I'm really glad Condi is now the Secretary of State. I liked Powell, so I'm glad he is leaving on a high note. He loyally went to bat for the team, probably when he wasn't 100% sure about it. I like that. That being said, I think Condi is best part of the Bush administration. I think, say early '06, Cheney will step down for "health issues" or something and Condi will (should) take his spot. That puts her in line for '08, and not only do I think she would do a good job, but she's very electable. The only criticism I can think of is that she has never held elected office, but that's a moot point, next to everything else about her. In order to convince others of my opinion, you'll be able to find evidence here of how much she rocks. So, here is Round I, via Dave Kopel of the VC.

11.13.2004

HOW THE MOVEMENT ALL STARTED...




Goldwater's 1964 RNC Convention Speech



Reagan's "A Time for Choosing" Speech on Goldwater's behalf

11.09.2004

Go Team!!

This is real dedication for the GOP and Bush.

11.06.2004

Bush Won!

This is the best attack ad I've seen. I'm not sure who it attacks, but I think it does a nice job.

11.02.2004

LONG AWAITED - FLYING MONKEYS' PICKS


I’m generally a pretty pessimistic guy when it comes to predicting political outcomes. For whatever reason, it’s just usually easier for me to digest the impact of the bad things that happen, than the good things. That said, I think tomorrow’s going to be a good day for freedom.

That said, here are my fearless predictions…


President – BUSH!
Though my gut tells me 307, what the hell, I’m shooting the moon and calling 327.

Senate-

AK – Murkowski (R retain) in a squeaker. After seeing the Presidential polls back east, Democrats in Alaska decide against fighting the elements.

CO – Salazar (D Pickup). I wish it weren’t so, but unless Bush slaughters Kerry in CO, I don’t see the Beer Man taking this seat!

FL – Martinez (R Pickup). Close race at the Prez level, combined with increased Hispanic support for Martinez add up to Mel taking the seat.

GA – Isakson (R Pickup). Easy win.

IL – Obama (D Pickup). Too bad Alan’s crazy.

LA – Vitter (R Pickup). I hope he gets to 50% this time around, but I doubt it.

NC – Burr (R Pickup). Here’s to you John Edwards.

OK – Coburn (R Retain). This was close, but Coburn’s been pulling away. A 20+ Bush win doesn’t hurt either.

SC – DeMint (R Pickup). The South becomes solid RED country, as it should. On Bush’s cattails, Jim wins.

SD – Daschle (D Retain). This is REALLY close. But at the end of the day, small state voters like to stick it to the big states, and having Daschle in the leadership lets SD tell big states like CA what to do. The power and the pork bring it home for Tom.

TOTALS: Republicans pick up 3 seats, making the Senate 55-44-1. We pickup another 3 seats in the House.


CALIFORNIA:

I don’t think things are as rosy in California though.

Boxer wins BIG!

I think both Props 60 and 62 fail, as they are too complex for people to embrace, saving the state for a few more years.

It’s too bad, but Prop 64 fails.

Though originally polling well, I think No on 66 comes out of nowhere to win – keeping criminals behind bars.

71 passes, 72 doesn’t.

Republicans pick up one seat each in the Assembly and the Senate.


Those are my picks and I’m stickin too em…for now!