Monday, October 6, 2008

400-408 – • AP (10/5/08) Analysis: Palin's words carry racial tinge.
413-423Byron York, White House correspondent for National Review (, and columnist with The Hill (, weighs in on the presidential race.  Byron's latest is The Vast Left Wing Conspiracy: The Untold Story of the Democrats' Desperate Fight to Reclaim Power.
Rove says all campaigns "pull out" at this point.  McCain getting out of Michigan you know about.  But, did you know, Obama has already pulled out of Alaska, North Dakota, Nebraska, Georgia?
• NRO Editors (10/6/08), Shame of the Fact-Checkers.
• William Kristol (10/6/08), The Wright Stuff.
428-437Robert Micone/Bill O'Connor, "The Money Guys" at Applied Financial (866-SEEK-COUNSEL,
(:27) Kramer, calls to get out of stock market.
443-452Robert Micone/Bill O'Connor
458-508 – • Steven A. Holmes (NYT, 9/30/99) Fannie Mae Eases Credit To Aid Mortgage Lending.
512-523Is this indoctrination?  If not, why not?
"Alpha, Omega…
"Because of Obama, I'm inspired to be:  the next doctor, the next lawyer, the next automotive technician, the next sheriff, the next architect, the next engineer, the next fireman, the next architect, the next chemical engineer, the next entrepreneur, the next lawyer."
"Yes We Can…
"Obama speaks to our race in America.." (?)

"Embrace the burdens of your past without becoming the victims of our past" (?)
"Take More Responsibility for our own lives"
"Have our own dreams that do not come at the expense of your dreams"
"Teach others that while they may face challenges and discrimination in their lives they must never succumb to despair"
"Always believe that we write our own destiny"
"Demand for from our fathers to spend more time with their children by reading to them and teaching them, for we have a choice in this country, we can accept things that bring division and create conflict, or we can come together and say not this time, for "YES WE CAN."
"Obama's healthcare plan will:  include coverage of all necessary medical services, provide all participants minimum co pay for deductibles, simplify paperwork for providers, provide subsidies for families who cannot afford Medicaid, will be able to provide participants the ability to move from job to job without taking their healthcare coverage, will extend coverage of young adults up to the age of 25 through their parent's plan, will not turn any American away from any insurance plan, will offer health information technology, will reform our market structure to encourage competition, will offer federal reassurance to employers."
628-639 – • Frank Pastore (9/30/08), Should Christians Argue Politics?
• Gold Derby by Tom O'Neil (10/6/08) Bill Maher vs. Jesus Christ in 'Religulous' -- who wins?
• Bill O'Reilly (10/4/08) The Culture War at the Movies.