As this democratic version of national waterboarding comes to a close, it's a good time to reflect on the many moments we've shared together as Americans. Especially all of the mistakes of the candidates, the pundocracy and the Mainstream Media in general.
Just in time for the end of the 2012 election PlanetPOV presents the new Periodic Table of Dangerous Elements. There are plenty of new infamous characters added but there are still many golden oldies on the table. Two Willard...
This is a post I periodically re-post about once a year especially before elections. It is the case against conservatism but if you hold a mirror to it, it's also a case for progressivism I try to add to the...
And what is the end result of this corrupt, survival of the wealthiest and their lackeys system we now see supplanting our government? Doing to the planet Earth what they did to the economy in 2008.
Thinking the unthinkable. As horrible as it is to think of this, the wise are doing just that.
Clinically proven to reduce shouting or throwing shoes at one's tv, joining the live chat here during the debate not only reduces blood pressure resulting from Romney's lies but enhances your viewing pleasure as President Obama scores points and takes charge.
You are invited to join us for a live chat tonight during the debate between Vice President Joe Biden and Congressman Paul Ryan. It's a great way to experience this event, sharing observations, wit and insights with many others at PlanetPOV in real time as the debate takes place.
When someone is shooting a lot of arrows at you, don't try to catch each arrow, take his bow away. In the next debate, Obama should attack Romney as untrustworthy and use each question or response to drive that point home. It won't matter what lies Romney tells if he's not believed.
Join us for a live chat tonight during the first debate between President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney. The pre-show chat here begins at 5:30 pm PST and the debate begins at 6:00 pm PST. Hope to see you then!
It it the MSM's responsibility to the public to fill up time before a media event with a repetitive regurgitation of hyperbole and supposition instead of wasting the public's time on reporting on something that is actually happening that day.