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Mitt Romney is a Nice Man

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On November 3, 2013
I should avoid the crack of the excerpts from Halperin and Heilemann’s new book about the presidential campaign. Such books bring out the worst in the political class–the gossip, the insider knowledge, the focus on personalities over issues. But as I have low character, I can’t help myself. So what do we learn? 1. Mitt […]

Arizona

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On November 11, 2012

Arizona is a national joke. Say what you will about whatever southern state you don’t like, Arizona matches them all for extremism, hate, and corruption. Have to give it credit though. Arizona R

A Coal CEO’s Prayer

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On November 8, 2012
My new favorite post-election reaction goes to Robert E. Murray, CEO of Murray Energy. He sent this prayer to America out to his workers, followed by his view of the nation’s future: Dear Lord: The American people have made their choice. They have decided that America must change its course, away from the principals of […]

Victory

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On November 7, 2012
What a night. I’ll have a full post about this later today, but the success of the marriage equality ballot measures in Maryland, Washington, and Maine and the rejection of the anti-gay measure in Minnesota means that historians may look upon this election as a historical milestone as significant as the election of the first […]

Rasmussen

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On November 7, 2012

Scott Rasmussen tries to explain why his polls were terrible. I’m reading this over and over again but I keep missing the sentence that reads “My polls suck because I’m a partisan ha

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