Furthest Right

Popularity makes money, but does it make right?

The Arizona senator has been limited to spending $84 million for the general election campaign after he accepted federal funds under a program created after the Watergate scandal. Obama initially indicated he would adhere to the same limit, but reversed course and became the first post-Watergate candidate to finance a general-election campaign with private funding.


I don’t like Britney Spears. I don’t like the TV shows all the morons like. I don’t like fast food. I don’t like cheap beer.

What’s most popular is universally a dumbed-down, deceptive, environmentally destructive illusion that people buy because it’s easier than thinking — and possibly being wrong.

Yet another reason to distrust Obama.


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