• AdLib : Get some rest, pal! And once again, big congrats to you and your wife on your success!

  • KQµårk 死神 : Well I better get some sleep. It’s been a great few days but I’m knackered.

  • AdLib : The more misguided the pundits expose themselves to be, the more replaceable they are. Self-deportation from in front of the cameras.

  • AdLib : I got ya!

  • KQµårk 死神 : Allegedly I mean.

  • AdLib : Well…I’d like to see that…ASAP.

  • KQµårk 死神 : I’ll say it. Pundits could fuck up a Dick Cheney funeral.

  • AdLib : Yep, everyone else can see the big picture. So many other speakers hammered the Repubs and Romney hard so Obama didn’t have to. Romney’s speech is so sour and forgettable in the face of Obama’s. Whatever the biggest bounce is that’s available, Obama will get it. Gallup’s daily poll was already showing a 4% bump before Obama’s speech. If Obama gets a 6-8 point lead over Romney…whoa… look for panic!

  • KQµårk 死神 : Exactly. What they failed to understand is how all the speeches fit together like a perfect mosaic. Obama was not going nearly as negative as some pundits would have liked. All Romney’s speech is remembered for is it’s negativity and lies. While Obama’s will be remembered for being a true positive vision for the country and an opposing view to the greed is good Reagan era. But pundits never understand Obama’s strategic thinking.

  • AdLib : Three of the offenders are on MSNBC/NBC, Luke Russert, Chuck Todd and David Gregory. All are such hacks and it’s always amusing seeing them stutter when faced with a reality they can’t twist.

  • AdLib : Yep, they come to everything with their “brilliant” already-construc ted conclusions and try to shoe horn reality to fit into their perceptions. Fools.

  • KQµårk 死神 : I remember similar reactions to Obama’s last SOTU address. The pundits were all wrong in their criticisms because that’s when Obama’s reelection chances really started to pivot.

  • AdLib : Headline at Yahoo: Obama: ‘Our problems can be solved’ . That is a winning headline for Obama!

  • AdLib : KQ – And they don’t realize that their intense cynicism eventually becomes unpalatable and offensive to the public. The MSM has very low and sinking approval in polls, they are putting themselves out of business.

  • KQµårk 死神 : They are the cynics of the cynics. They just don’t understand that average Americans are moved by true vision and positivity when motivated.

  • AdLib : KQ – The MSM live in their own agenda-driven bubble. They try to create the news nowadays or force it into the mold they’ve prepared but less people are giving them any respect.

  • AdLib : Night Patsy, great to see you! Right with you, we’ve got to work for this but we can win it! As for Palin, love that she says people diminish themselves by mentioning her name! Sleep well, hope to see you for Vox tomorrow night!

  • KQµårk 死神 : Reading some of the speech reax it still amazes me how the MSM doesn’t get shit.

  • PatsyT : Sarah Palin just sucks! Outrage my BUTT! I am just so moved by all of the DNC presentations, videos, speeches. Lets GO! Voter Registration! Voter Education! Nighty Night Planet friends …. Love you all .. Lets get Busy!

  • AdLib : Murph, I am definitely enjoying watching her swirling around the toilet rim…

  • AdLib : BTW, Palin was whining about Kerry ridiculing her.

  • MurphTheSurf3 : AL..Paln’s days of grace at Fox are almost done and she was actually booed at the RNC when a crowd was asked is she would be a great secret guest speaker.

  • AdLib : Murph – I will check for that video, would like to see it! See you at Vox tomorrow! Sleep well!

  • AdLib : Sarah Palin’s howling and running for the spotlight with “outrage” and more laughable victimhood: ““I think he diminished himself by even mentioning my name. How does he even know my name? I mean aren’t these guys supposed to be these big wig elites who don’t waste their time on the little people like me — me representing the average American who, yeah I did say in Alaska you can see Russia from our land base and I was making the point that we are strategically located on the globe and when it comes to transportation corridors and resources that are shared and fought over [in] Alaska and I as the governor had known what I was doing in dealing with some international issues that had to do with our resources that could help secure the nation.” WHAT? She was the GOP VP nominee and she’s “little people like me”? So desperate, she’s seeing her 15 minutes slipping away!

  • MurphTheSurf3 : Well I am off to bed. I suspect tomorrow is going to be very busy…see you at Vox tomorrow night.

  • MurphTheSurf3 : Ad Lib….Joe Biden’s son, the attorney who served in Iraq, tore into both a RNC rep and Scarborough this morning for the Ryan cuts in veteran services.

  • AdLib : KQ – Only Clinton mentioned Bush and did so in a positive light, to hit the concept of cooperation and highlight that the extremists controlling the GOP are worse than Bush!

  • MurphTheSurf3 : Patsy…no guarantee they will go our way but I think, is this very red state, such feelings are worth promoting.

  • AdLib : Murph – I’m glad to hear that because Romney is their enemy, he will slash Veterans benefits. If we can get some of the normally reliable Repubs to move over…it could be huge.

  • PatsyT : Yes, Murph, Good to hear! Those are good people and they understand the risk.

  • KQµårk 死神 : If Obama did mention Bush it would have been the first time in either convention AdLib.

  • PatsyT : Opps

  • PatsyT : Y

  • MurphTheSurf3 : Ad Lib….one of my friends spent the evening at the VFW Hall. He said that many were there when the DNC did its salute to the troops with Kerry and misc. soldiers etc. and then Biden and then Obama….Afterwa rds….all of the talk was about those goddam Republican SOB’s who pretended we don’t exist…..

  • AdLib : This tweet amused me: ” Fox News’ Karl Rove criticizing Obama for not thanking George W. Bush for helping get Bin Laden. Yes, really.”” So funny, that’s the best response Rove has to Obama’s killer speech? Heh!

  • PatsyT : As a little girl, I walked past the “wealthy” neighborhood, to get to school. My neighborhood was nice but just not as “upscale” as the one I walked past ever day. I really thought well of them then. Wow, how times have changed.

  • MurphTheSurf3 : Ad Lib…yes, it is obama closing ranks with those who joined him being the change.

  • AdLib : Murph – Yes and projecting the hope and change back on the people is also very smart though in tune with his “We are the ones we’ve been waiting for” theme from 2008. Now, when the RW attack hope and change, many people will feel it as a personal affront against them.

  • MurphTheSurf3 : When Obama asked for our vote, he was extending his hand in partnership…sm art, very smart.

  • AdLib : Murph – You remember how Fox was rejected by Obama’s Admin after he got in and they attacked him, I’m sure they’re still feeling hammered. As the greedy bastards they are, they may easily abandon their “values” just to hopefully curry favor in a 2nd Obama term.

  • AdLib : KQ – Agreed! And I think that his making citizenship an issue, meaning that voting is a duty, is a great one-two punch against apathy.

  • KQµårk 死神 : I know what you mean Patsy. I admire personal trates like honesty, integrity, humility, empathy, etc much more than I use to. It’s fine if you get rich off of talent, hard work and worthwhile virtues but to get rich off of the pain of others is the worst thing you can be in my eyes.