Arlen Specter (born February 12, 1930) is a former United States Senator from Pennsylvania. Specter is a Democrat, but was a Republicanfrom 1965 until switching to the Democratic Party in 2009. First elected in 1980, he represented his state for thirty years in the Senate. (Wikipedia)
Posts Tagged ‘Democrat’
Posted by TopOfTheThread on March 27, 2012
Posted by TopOfTheThread on June 14, 2008
The media always influences, or attempts to influence, your thoughts.
Certain TV stations are Democrat-biased. Others Republican-Oriented .The subtly of the biases varies.
I really like this example:
The anti-McCain bias jumped off the page.The cover of Direct Magazine (directmag.com) June 2008. Obama is presented as the happy, good looking, approachable, high-tech person. Hillary Clinton is drawn as a cheating, bug-eyed person. John McCain is presented as an old, asleep-at-the-wheel candidate.
There’s no arguing Obama is the winner in this presentation.
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Posted by TopOfTheThread on May 13, 2008
The last election should have been a slam dunk for the Democrats. They couldn’t get a “satisfactory” candidate to beat George W. Bush. Bush had a horrendous first term. The election was there for the taking. (Martin Sheen would have probably won that election.)
Is the same thing going to happen again?
We’re in the midst of a historically poor administration. It happens to be Bush and Republican.
If the democrats cannot win this general election, perhaps they should fold.