Wednesday, October 08, 2008

Around the Blogosphere Today

Lots of interesting stories today...

John Hinderaker of Power Line has information indicating that Barack Obama was a member of the Socialist New Party in the '90s. (Click title of this post.) More background is at Hot Air and Patterico's Pontifications.

Voters Haven't Decided Yet: Karl Rove on the most recent debate and the state of the race.

Tracking Polls Show Different Pictures on Obama vs. McCain: Michael Barone wonders if there is "a little more fluidity in this race than we have come to think?" I'd say so.

I Was 9 Years Old When Obama's Friend Tried to Kill Me: John Murtaugh on William Ayers' fire bombing of Murtaugh's home. More info from Ed Morrissey. At what point do Obama's many "unusual" connections start to hurt him with voters, if ever?

Obama Campaign Taking No Chances: Voter fraud seems to be running rampant, with the pro-Obama group ACORN responsible for most of it. The Nevada ACORN office has been raided by an Election Integrity Task Force; fraudulently registered names include members of the Dallas Cowboys. Michelle Malkin has a state-by-state roundup of other ACORN-perpetrated election fraud.

Bribes Paid for Corsi to Escape From Kenya: Author Jerome Corsi, researching Senator Obama's political ties to Kenya, was detained by Kenyan officials and then ejected from the country. During a telephone interview with Sean Hannity today, Corsi claimed to have obtained emails linking Obama to Kenyan political thug Raul Odinga, which he says he will produce on TV next week. Audio of the interview is here.

It's going to be an interesting month.


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