November 02, 2008

Some Good Links

"Why I'm Voting for McCain" Essays:
  1. David Frum - Ten good reasons for his choice. Not a fan of Palin.
  2. Rick Brookhiser - McCain gets it right on the issue of our time: the war against Islamic fascism.
  3. Jay Nordlinger - McCain stands up.
  4. John H. Hinderaker and Scott W. Johnson (Powerline) - Joe Biden was right about the test.
Interesting Tales from the Future: satirical takes in the New York Post on where we would be in year four of an Obama administration:
  1. Jonah Goldberg - "It's hard to believe that just four years ago, some were talking about Barack Obama as a national savior, a secular redeemer, a 'light worker.' Even more shocking, President Obama lost the nomination of his own party to none other than Hillary Clinton. How did we get here?"
  2. Ralph Peters - "His Triumphs Abroad: Our Greatest Foreign Policy President. Looking back on the four years of his first administration, President Obama can be proud: He made the US welcome among the family of nations again; he reduced our reliance on military force; and he gave us peace by reaching sensible accommodations with our enemies."
Abe has opened the door for the old feeder to add more links to this post. Here are a few more Good Links:
  • The Non-Partisan Case Against Barack Obama.
  • Gateway Pundit: Obama's lead shrinks in key Red States.
  • Rob Boyce: Obama channeling Chairman Mao - “Righteous wind”
  • Free Republic: GOP Internals Actually Show McCain UP in Pennsylvania and within the margin of error in Michigan.
  • Investigating Obama: More Barack background material.
  • West Virginia Record: Coal official calls Obama comments 'unbelievable'.
  • Patriot Room: Dead Heat in Minnesota.
  • IBD Tipp Poll - Independents who'd been leaning to Obama shifted to McCain to leave that key group a toss-up. Obama 46.7% - McCain 44.6 %- Not Sure - 8.7%
  • Hot Air: Chump Change you can believe in.
At the risk of being called a racist yet again, I note that the Gateway Pundit post linked above states that most undecided voters at this late date are white people. Because I'm not a racist, I won't suggest that most of these undecided voters will reflexively vote for the white candidate. Sure, over 90% of black voters say they will pull the lever for Obama, but what if there is an inverse Bradley effect among black voters? Will some black voters, in the privacy of the voting booth, break with the overtly racist notion that real blacks must vote for another black, no matter what?
Get out and vote. Take your less motivated friends to the polls. Don't be discouraged by the blatantly biased news media - they want Republicans, Independents, Libertarians and the great Undecided to stay home tomorrow. Lets make Gore Vidal angry! He and his greasy little friends advise Obama not to concede the election regardless of outcome.

UPDATE: This tells you all you need to know about what kind of man John McCain is. - Abe

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