Courtesy of the CWSource:
Katerina Graham talks about Bonnie Bennett’s powers, her friendship with Stefan Salvatore, and how Katerina relates to her character.
Produced and edited by Catalina Walsh – Camera by Porter Versfelt III – Production Assistant: Zenaida Gorbea – A Tribune Interactive Production
Opens this weekend. Looks good. Loved the original (1987) with Terry O’ Quinn.
Update: ‘Disillusioned liberals yearn for Hillary’; Gallup shows Hillary now more popular than Obama; so the media hounds immediately try to tear her down…
Update: Told ya so. And let me add Hillary was also a free market capitalist, a big frakkin plus!
Where were you when you came to the panicky realization that Hillary Clinton was right?
For me, it was while driving to work one recent morning and talking with a colleague about the state of the health legislation. I was explaining how the Obama plan wasn’t really about universal coverage but rather cutting a deal with the insurance industry and then making it look good for liberals. I paused, realizing that I had just repeated, almost verbatim, the lines that Clinton used to bludgeon then-Sen. Barack Obama during the Democratic primaries.
As they debated in Cleveland — the nastiest of their one-on-one matchups after John Edwards dropped out to spend more time with his families — Clinton charged that Obama wouldn’t play tough enough and would get rolled by the insurance industry. Her words came back to me: “Senator Obama’s plan does not cover everyone. It would leave, give or take, 15 million people out.”
I expected to look into the rearview mirror and see her sitting in the back seat cackling and wearing that suit that looked like it had been plucked from the wardrobe trailer of “Star Trek: The Next Generation.”….
…That’s why so many liberals are now remembering Clinton’s other line from the Ohio primary of March 2008: “Shame on you, Barack Obama.”
Most conservatives had their moment of regret for Clinton’s loss long ago when they realized that Obama was completely out his depth….For those on the Right chiefly concerned with foreign policy, the lament about Clinton’s miserable campaign continues to deepen. They believe that radical Islam and Vladimir Putin will prove to be tougher adversaries than the insurance industry and the senior senator from Maine. The defense-minded Right is still thinking about the 3 a.m. call, and not the one from the Nobel Committee….
…But conservatives know that they never would have had a chance with Clinton. Where Obama has overfilled his plate like a kid at Thanksgiving dinner and now stares at an unappetizing mountain of cold mashed potatoes, Clinton would have taken measured bites and finished the whole feast….
…But had she won, there’s no doubt that she would have ground up the bones of her enemies and baked chocolate chip cookies with them. Obama, though, has proven to be the only person who could make the GOP look reasonable again after the misadventures of the Bush years. Conservatives can console themselves with the thought of 2010 and beyond.
For liberals, though, the strange, sad longing for the woman they rejected has only just begun.
So this morning we find in GALLUP that Hillary is now more popular than Obama. Coincidentally the Daily Beast which has ignored Hillary’s succesful work on the Armenia/Turkey accords and in No Ireland, suddenly picks up a story from a Hillary basher overseas suggesting Hill is making up ‘bosnia’ like stories again. What utter TOOLZ FOR TOTUS!!
A new Gallup poll shows that the number of people who have a favorable impression of Barack Obama has fallen to its lowest point since he became president. Fifty-six percent say they have a favorable impression of Obama, versus 40 percent who say they have an unfavorable impression. (Four percent say they have no opinion.) Historically, a president’s personal favorable rating has often been higher than his job approval rating; right now, Gallup has Obama’s job approval at 52 percent.
…Gallup points out that in this latest survey, Hillary Clinton is now more popular than Obama. Sixty-two percent say they have a favorable impression of the Secretary of State, versus 34 percent who have an unfavorable impression. That’s a big change from the height of the battle for the Democratic nomination last year; in February 2008, just 48 percent had a favorable impression of Mrs. Clinton, versus 49 percent who had an unfavorable impression.
MiM saw it and enjoyed it but I would have enjoyed it more had my expectations been a bit lower….all original horror must be rewarded if we want more! go see it!
When a $15,000 indie film rakes in $7.1-million by being called the most terrifying film in years, it definitely gets our attention. So when Paranormal Activity had an exclusive screening in Toronto, we made sure we had tickets! And sure enough, we were treated to more than just horror… we got true terror. We review it spoiler free at first, so take an advanced look at what might be the scariest thing you’ll ever see!