Tag Archives: Barack Obama

Why Mitt Romney’s “Youthful Indiscretions” Matter

Every few weeks there’s a new story spread across the media landscape about a prank or something similar that Mitt Romney did when he was younger. The liberal media obsesses over it for a day or two then forgets about it, while the right-wing media outlets blow it off as a “youthful indiscretion” and largely… Read More »

I Have a Confession: I’m Undecided

I am referring, of course, to the upcoming Presidential election. Before you gasp in shock that I might be considering Mitt Romney, I’m not. Any vote that I cast in November will definitely be for Barack Obama. The part I’m undecided about is whether or not I’ll be voting. Frankly, I’ve been having trouble coming… Read More »

Go Vote!

Unless you’ve been living inside of a cave with poor tv reception or perhaps under a rock, you’re probably aware that tomorrow is election day in the United States. Any and all issues that could possibly be discussed have been thoroughly dissected by the candidates, the media, and the blogosphere. Therefore, unless you’re still squeezed… Read More »

Colin Powell Endorses Barack Obama

You might not know this, because it hasn’t yet officially aired, but today’s Meet The Press, currently taping and airing in less than an hour, will be big. MSNBC, CNN, and most other major news sources are already reporting that Colin Powell has officially endorsed Barack Obama. It’s uncertain exactly what this will mean in… Read More »