Monday, November 10, 2008

Hillary Lets Down Supporters, Country

Thanks to the tens of thousands of people who visited this site. Managing this blog has been a fascinating experience. In the end, Hillary Clinton let down her Supporters -- and her Nation. She valued her career and her party over her nation. Bummer!

Apparently, in the election, as many as four million Hillary Supprters cast their ballots for McCain-Palin. That's a great start.

I hope you'll visit my ongoing sites, such as: and

My main effort over the next four years will be to ensure the election as POTUS of Gov. Sarah Heath Palin of Alaska. I hope you'll join me in that effort.

Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Sarah Palin and Hillary Clinton

Barack H. Obama will be our 44th President. Let's make sure our 45th is the woman below.

This particular blog will come to its "natural death" at the end of this week. Before that, however, I will write some more about a six-month-long experiment I had working with Hillary Supporters for McCain. Obviously, not enough of them voted for John McCain and Sarah Palin. However, at least 20% of the famous "18 million" DID in fact vote for McCain-Palin. That's a hefty number. Apparently, most of the Hillary Supporters for McCain recognize that "reform" of the Democratic Party is a fantasy. Millions of them now think of themselves as Independents, or even -- horror of horrors -- as Republicans. Good for them.

I'll write more on this subject later, but for now, I invite Hillary Supporters -- and everyone else -- to come to my new site: If you want to support Sarah in a 2012 race against Obama, please send me an e-mail with your first name, last name (or initial), state, and location. Send it to:

What do I think of Hillary Rodham Clinton? I believe she put career and Party ahead of Country. Her behavior since June 3 has been disgraceful. As Shakespeare's Falstaff put it, "Nothing lost save honor." She's a woman who lacks character and courage. Aside from that . . .

Monday, November 3, 2008

Sarah is Strong, Hillary Weak

"America, your deepest identity and truest character as a nation is revealed in the position you take towards the human person. The ultimate test of your greatness in the way you treat every human being, but especially the weakest and most defenseless ones." (Pope John Paul II)

This woman below, Gov. Sarah Palin, is strong in critical areas where Hillary Rodham Clinton is weak -- particularly ones related to character, integrity, and respect for human life. Thanks to Penny of Cincinnati for the superb photograph. See more of Penny's fine work at:

Sunday, November 2, 2008

Is Palin the Next V-P?

Sarah Palin: Is this the face of America's next Vice President? (Note: Please visit -- and bookmark -- my new site by clicking on the following:

I expect Barack Obama to win the popular vote by perhaps three million ballots. However, that doesn't mean John McCain has no chance to win the presidency. How could that happen? (Obama apparently will win California by two million votes; he will win NY by almost one million. That will make the rest of the country roughly even. McCain is not competing in CA or NY.)

To emerge with a victory on Nov. 4, McCain needs to win Ohio, FL, PA, MN, NC, and VA. Other than that, we're in great shape. :-)

However, we have a chance of winning those five states. If we lose one, I prefer it to be VA. McCain has a narrow window, but narrow is better than a brick wall. If McCain pulls off a big upset in a state, please God, let it be CO!

Critical point: If you hear a lot Tuesday night about the "Wilder Effect," you are allowed to cheer and have a couple of drinks. That refers to the time when Doug Wilder, of marginal African-American descent, was ahead in the polls by 9 points for Gov. of VA. In fact, he ended up winning by just under ONE percent. People fib to pollsters for much the same reason they hang up on telemarketers.

I have a hunch Obama will get about 3-4% fewer votes (and McCain about 2-3% more) in battleground states than the polls suggest. If that doesn't happen, the Obaminable One probably wins. :-

When I need sources of optimism, I look back to the Dem. Primaries, where Obama was supposed to win NH big (and he lost rather badly) and come close in PA (where he lost b y almost 10 points). Must have been "the Wilder Effect," right?