Friday, December 29, 2006

Its game day Bitch's

Well it is a bowl game, which sounds pretty good if you have been a gamecock fan for a long time. The Outback bowls were great while I was in School but last years Shreveport, Louisiana poor-white trash bowl was hard to swallow. Granted we blew a large lead to a crappy Missouri team, which we should have smashed.

The bowl sets up a match up of bowl troubled team with Carolina being 3-11 in bowls games in the last 100 years and Houston losing there last 5 bowl appearances. If Carolina can stop the Houston high flying offense we assignment football, and have a balanced offensive attach, we should win by double digits. If Fred and Carlos decided to play there normal touchdown corner football we might be in for a long day against a Conference USA powerhouse.
My final prediction
SC 38 Houston 17
Cory Boyd & Blake Mitchell Co-Liberty Bowl MVP's
Kevin Kolb 15- 40 Passing with 3 picks

Wednesday, December 27, 2006

Politics: A look at Barack Hussein Obama

We here at LOHD like to talk about many different things "from sports to politics, with a little mixture of some antics from our crew and a splash of the unusal."

In talking about politics it seems that the race for 08 is shaping up. So every so often on LOHD we may throw a "bone" at ya with some politcal thoughts to satisfy the need for a 'leftover hot dog.'

Here is a thought for that 'dog.....Seems the national media is pushing for a Obama vs. Clinton on the left and a Romney vs. McCain on the right, to determine the next Chief. African American vs a Woman. POW vs. a Mormon.

Well, LOHD ran across a interesting piece on Obama. Becasue let's be honest who is this guy and where did he come from. We know the famous speech he gave that sent chills up some spines of Liberals that they have not felt since JFK. Obama's trick of voting like a liberal and talking like a moderate is working. The media is eating it up right now but what is this guy all about?

Well here is a interesting fact: The nonpartisan National Journal gives Mr. Obama an 82.5 liberal rating in the Senate. For comparison, National Journal gives Sen. Hillary Clinton -- the other most-talked about Democratic presidential wannabe -- a 79.8 rating. But the media is talking about the "other" Obama that is more liberal than most liberals, the media is in love with this smooth talker that talks big picture stuff. His record as a state senator does not even get a thought and has been effectively wiped clean since he entered the U.S. Senate? I guess it is fitting since the early days of Bush before he ran where not really discussed. Election 08 seems to be on the front burner with the media so look for more thoughts in the future.

What another serving....Read more here: Washington Times (Editorial)