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I defer to H. L Mencken

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On September 7, 2008

And P.T Barnum. For several weeks the McCain campaign has been running this ad pretty much non-stop in Colorado. Today we got this: COLORADO SPRINGS — The banners, buttons and signs say McCain-Palin

Poor Michael Goldfarb….

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On September 2, 2008
Guess that no one tells him anything. Tim Cavanaugh: In an unguarded moment last night, McCain Report blogger Michael Goldfarb replied to my question of whether there’s any truth to the rumor that Sarah Palin’s Down Syndrome child is actually her daughter’s with the following less-than-confidence-inspiring comment: “Well, I don’t…think so.” He added that the […]

Scumbaggery

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On July 28, 2008

Press release this morning from the McCain campaign: For Immediate ReleaseContact: Press OfficeMonday, July 28, 2008703-650-5550ARLINGTON, VA — Today, Chief Warrant Officer (4th class) Michael J

My Hope….

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On July 7, 2008
Please, please, please let John McCain believe that he can win the Presidency by promising to “reform” Social Security; I don’t know if there’s a single issue (even the war) on which the conservative elite consensus diverges so dramatically from the electorally possible. Share

No Surrender

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On June 30, 2008

It’s perfectly clear that claims that Wes Clark attacked John McCain’s war record or “Swift-Boated” him are entirely bogus. Unlike the attacks on Kerry, Clark did not question

Method Acting

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On June 4, 2008
Wolcott, reflecting on the advice of Hannity/K-Lo that McCain “find his voice” by modeling his public demeanor after Bernie and Mittens, who delivered, I dunno, the awesomest concession speeches ever(?), or something: So let me see if I have this right. The way for John McCain to inspire conservatives is to echo the concession speeches […]

Say What?

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On May 16, 2008

Another McHistory lesson: “I believe that it’s not an accident that our hostages came home from Iran when President Reagan was president of the United States. He didn’t sit down in a negotiation

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