Mr. Unity in Action

By |January 29th, 2008|

AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite Can't wait to hear Claire McCaskill's explanation of this shot. For a primer she should watch Obama's classless "you're likable enough" shot in New Hampshire. The word small comes to mind. The other side of the Kennedy clan, Robert F. Kennedy's children, endorsed Clinton today: While talk of unity and compromise [...]

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Clinton Joins Call on Endorsement from Liberal Lioness

By |January 29th, 2008|

image via The Page ... screen capture from No Quarter On a conference call just a few minutes ago, Rep. Maxine Waters endorsed Hillary Clinton for president. I blogged it as it was going on. Below are my notes. "She stands head and shoulders above the rest." - Rep. Maxine Waters One of the things [...]

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The Drip, Drip, Drip of the Rezko Case

By |January 29th, 2008|

The Chicago papers have been all over this case. Via ABC's The Blotter yesterday. ... .. In court, prosecutors said Rezko had become a "flight risk" because of his secretive transactions in the Mideast. According to the court filings, the money came from a company, General Mediterranean, owned by a British-based Iraqi billionaire, Nadhmi Auchi, [...]

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Obama Turns Away from Clinton

By |January 28th, 2008|

Obama Turns Away from Clinton updated (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite) ... .. The sense in the press gallery was that Obama didn't cover himself in glory. Someone even used the word "childish." (Not this writer.) Judging by how much conversation there was about this brush off in the press gallery, Americans will be hearing a [...]

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Clinton Invites Bush on the Road

By |January 28th, 2008|

Can you imagine Bush talking to the American people in a real townhall today? Fat chance. The video above was emailed to me. Democratic Daily has it posted as well and you'll love the title of her post. Clinton today on the State of the Union, Mr. Bush, and our country: If we all do [...]

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Why is NY NOW so Ticked Off at Teddy?

By |January 28th, 2008|

Why is NY NOW so Ticked Off at Teddy? --bumped-- Boy, is NY NOW ticked off. To say that I have a very complicated relationship with NOW is an understatement. As full disclosure, I do not back or give money to NOW, Planned Parenthood or NARAL, though all three groups do more collectively for women [...]

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Our Long National Nightmare is Almost Over

By |January 28th, 2008|

Bush's speech is priceless. How he can deliver this drivel with a straight face is beyond me. The State of our Union is in deep trouble, here and around the world. The truth is that we can't begin to imagine how bad things are because George W. Bush doesn't know how to tell the truth. [...]

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A Senate Lion Stands up for Barack Obama

By |January 28th, 2008|

"I feel change in the air, what about you?" ... .. Whoever is our nominee will have my enthusiastic support... We are all committed to seeing a Democratic president in 2008. .. ... - Senator Ted Kennedy Senator Edward Kennedy is a great senator. This is a big endorsement for Mr. Obama. A heady day [...]

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McCain Rising

By |January 28th, 2008|

It may all revolve around what happens at CPAC on February 7th. Ed Morrissey, author of the conservative Captain's Quarters blog, who has endorsed Romney: "McCain may well win the nomination without the conservative base, but he won't win the general election with those activists sitting on the sidelines ... .. The time to start [...]

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Preview of Super Tuesday

By |January 28th, 2008|

graph via Wall Street Journal The Wall Street Journal offers a sense of where we stand right now in the primaries. The part about Florida below will undoubtedly bring forth a flurry of blogging: But Mr. Obama heads into the 22-state showdown as the underdog. The Illinois senator trails Sen. Hillary Clinton of New York [...]

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