Last night was the first ever presidential debate focused on LGBTQ issues. Dems and Republicans were both invited. Unsurprisingly, none of the Republican candidates attended. Bill Richardson didn't win any.
I try to remain focused on substance here, but I am also puzzled about why someone running for President would analogize themselves to an (albeit fictional) mob family. And, of.
I don't really agree with the take of Garance and Ezra on Maureen Dowd's abjectly horrible column yesterday. The error they're making, I think, it to assume that these charges.
Exhibit Z. Well, at least we can be reassured that his assertions of unlimited executive power won't extent to providing health care for poor working people, who frankly deserve to.
Fred Thompson scares me in the general more than Matt if he could secure the nomination. (I think Giuliani is a poor general election candidate -- he largely takes social.
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Matt is right about this. Now, it must be said that when it comes to a candidate's personal "family values" I'm strictly of the "Nice guy? I don't give a.
Ed Morrissey and Kevin Hayden are right--this is a bullshit smear piece on Romney. Indeed, it seems to me straightforward religious bigotry. I mean, seriously, he had a relative with.