Posted March 17th, 2012 by impalin
Dear Governor Palin: I called the White House to see if the president might be available to debate you.
Posted December 11th, 2011 by impalin
div class=”dkimg-r”img src=”http://images2.dailykos.com/i/user/1054/RichardII.jpg” alt=”King Richard II” height=”341″ width=”250″ / div class=”dkimg-cap”a href=”http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_II_of_England”Wikipedia/a helpfully points out that Richard IIbr / was “probably not insane,” so that’s a plus.br / nbsp;/div /div I suppose it should not be much of a surprise, but many of the serious intellectuals of the Republican Party (don’t snicker, they’re very sensitive) are s
Posted September 30th, 2011 by impalin
div class=”dkimg-c”img src=”http://images2.dailykos.com/i/user/191280/christieobamasuv_kevinlamarque_reuters.jpg” alt=”Chris Christie” height=”307″ width=”550″ / div class=”dkimg-cap”Chris Christie is very decisive, in that he spends a lot of timebr / deciding and redeciding his mind (Kevin Lamarque/Reuters)br / nbsp;/div /div It’s the morning, and I just woke up a few minutes ago, so you know what that means, right? pYep!
Posted October 19th, 2010 by telegraph.co.uk
Former governor of Alaska, Sarah Palin, calls on supporters at Tea Party rally
to "fire" Barack Obama's Democrats from the Senate and House of
Representatives in mid-term elections.
Posted July 15th, 2010 by impalin
On this quite busy Thursday, there is much to be learned on the ol’ Wrap. For example: Confronting an angry group that was the victims of your biggest campaign gaffe can often lead to absolutely priceless video.
Posted July 7th, 2010 by impalin
The Denver Biennial opened on July 1 featuring art exhibits, performances and political roundtables. Also included are a hot pink fabric tent and a plant intervention by Mexican artist Jeronimo Hagerman that attempts to turn the Greek Revival pillars of the McNichols Building into psuedo palm trees.
Posted July 2nd, 2010 by impalin
The bombshell that’s still sending aftershocks rippling through the American political class had its epicenter near Lake Lucille on the quiet morning of July 3. On that day last year, Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin summoned reporters to her lakeside home for what was billed as a surprise announcement. Some of the scribes took it as less than monumental and arrived late. They faced trouble getting to a scene carefully staged in front of TV cameras on the lake shore.
Posted June 17th, 2010 by impalin
Amid one of the all-time great days of self-parody courtesy of Tony Hayward and Rep. Joe Barton, it’s time to end the evening by taking a gander at the political headlines of the day. Set aside those great mock Joe Barton tweets (my personal fave: sorry for getting our ocean in your oil!), and sidle up to the bar for the Thursday edition of the Wrap… THE U.S. SENATE AK-Sen: Palin-Tea Party nexus gunning for incumbent GOPer? Veddy, veddy interesting: it looks like the Tea Party Express is going to follow the lead of Sarah Palin.
Posted June 14th, 2010 by impalin
On this Flag Day, let us celebrate the symbol of our nation by enjoying a heaping helping of political news from all over this fair nation. Because, really, aside from the Stars and Stripes, is there any more awe-inspring symbol of America than the Wrap?!? (End of self-serving hyperbole. Beginning of actual Wrap) THE U.S. SENATE IL-Sen: Will Kirk endure his second teabagging of 2010? This could be a potential game-changer, should it come to pass.
Posted June 13th, 2010 by impalin
California voters face a clash between corporate cash vs. progressive populism. Nothing less than the biggest statehouse, the biggest Senate seat, and the future presidency of America is at stake here in the Golden State. Corporate cash vs. progressive populism Can corporate cash always beat progressive populism? Absolutely not - but it will be spent at historic levels over the next 5 months. Corporate cash funded the nominations of Meg Whitman (R-eBay) for governor and Carly Fiorina (R-Hewlett Packard) for senator.