Election 2008

Reelecting Obama

by Victor Davis Hanson National Review Online We are beginning to see the contours of the upcoming 2012 reelection campaign of Barack Obama. Whether always officially sanctioned or not, Obama’s campaign will focus on three general themes: a) the 2008 meltdown of the economy on Bush’s watch; b) conservative heartlessness in gutting cherished entitlement programs; …

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Bush Did It! Bush Didn’t Do It!

by Victor Davis Hanson National Review Online During the 2008 campaign Barack Obama ran more against lame-duck President Bush than against his Republican opponent, John McCain. Share This

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An Honest Obama Campaign

by Victor Davis Hanson National Review Online Given what we know now, I think Obama’s summer-2008 campaign speeches should have sounded something like this: Share This

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Living the Obama Dream

by Victor Davis Hanson PJ Media Gas Dreams Come True High energy costs to the Obamites are only unfortunate in terms of overcoming short-term political challenges. Share This

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Historian and Contemporary Critic: Interview with VDH

by Randy Brich Nuclear Street Raw, uncut and uncensored Nuclear Street proudly presents Victor Davis Hanson, a historian who’s not only an expert on the past, but the present as well. Share This

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by Victor Davis Hanson National Review Online Barack Obama 1.0 had a solid record of hard-left governance as an Illinois state representative and US senator. He voted for partial-birth abortion, wanted all troops out of Iraq by March 2008, and proved himself the most partisan of the 100 members of the Senate, even to the …

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The Post-Tucson Era

by Victor Davis Hanson PJ Media The Chrysalis Opens The new Barack Obama has learned not to offer instantaneous editorial commentary in the fashion of his past editorializing on hearing of the Skip Gates [1] affair, the Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab [2] bombing attempt, the Ground Zero mosque controversy, or the Maj. Hasan [3] mass murdering. Share This

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