Keywords of a deranged politician

The keywords for a politician’s campaign web site can tell you a lot. It shows you who they expect to be supported by and what they hope to accomplish. You’d expect them to be either focused or scatter shot.

This is the keyword string for George Hutchins, a candidate for Virginia’s 4th district. I’m not adding a link, but the address is GeorgeHutchins.com.

<meta name=”key words” content=”FOX NEWS, Glenn Beck, Udo Voigt, NPD, william b.j.lawson, gay rights, david price, gangs of new york, new york draft riots, gay right, gay marriage, fags, faggots, webster university, university of texas at el paso, second armored division, 1991 gulf war, u.s. marines, u.s. regular army, hell on wheels, general patton, ronald reagan, vfw, veterans of foriegn wars, liberation of kuwait medal, john wayne, the alamo, elizabeth dole, george hutchins, u.s. congress, north carolina, 2010, 4th republican North Carolina district, Raleigh, Cary, Durham, Morrisville, Apex, North Carolina 4th Fourth U.S. Congrressional District, Berlin Wall, Spanish American War, 2010 Elections, David Price, Gangs of New York, Draft Riots, U.S. Civil War, Berlin Wall, Cold War, Impeach Obama, Nobama, brandenburg gate, Germany, Berlin, NIM, N.I.M. International Political Lobby, National Independents Movement, Hutchins for U.S. Congress 2010″>

Good luck Virginia. You’re gonna need it.

Get the latest tally in Minnesota recount

It’s been tough finding a web site that simply lists the tally of the Minnesota recount. Luckily, the Star Tribune has a great breakdown of votes counted from different counties.  It is interesting to see some counties were perfect (Clearwater, MN) while others have larger gaps (Ramsey, MN is giving +39 to Franken at this point).

Huffington Post has a nifty interactive feature that lets you decide if a ballot should be counted or not.

Regardless of the outcome, Minnesota seems to be handling this in a fair manner.

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Al Jazeera reports on hate-filled Palin rallies

Most Americans think Al Jazeera is a pro-Muslim, pro-Arab, terrorist television network. The only time it’s mentioned in the United States is when a new video is released with terrorists doing something to troops or hostages. In reality, the network is more like the BBC, although it does have a bias against the war on Iraq. I’d say it is a cross between the BBC and Fox, with the reporting skills of the BBC and the bias of Fox.

That’s not a ringing endorsement. It is however a reason why I often find myself watching the English version while in Paris. They cover the same stories as CNN and BBC, but often have more exclusive material of stories outside the US and Europe.

All of this is to introduce this film clip by an Al Jazeera reporter of a Sarah Palin rally in Ohio. She’s given the racist Repbulicans (not that all Republicans are racist) new opportunities to spew their hatred. The Original McCain © of 8 years ago wouldn’t have tolerated this patronizing of the hate-filled masses. This new version seems to have turned a blind eye for too long and it’s too late for him to stop. He even said he was proud of the people that attend these rallies.

Way to go.

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Because John Bush is very much his own man…

The comedy hits just keep on coming…

Tom Ridge tries to spin “John McCain isn’t George Bush“, but just can’t get the lines correct.

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