As some of you may have noticed, I'm reaching the stage of frustration with the whole Nader thing I should have reached about four years ago. In a few weeks.
Michael Ignatieff has another mea culpa for his support of W's Iraqi adventure. His previous apology back in March (no link, behind a pay-per-view wall) I recall only hazily. It showed.
I saw it Sunday afternoon. Not quite as boisterous a crowd as Rob and Scott were treated to, but enthusiastic enough. I found the film uneven, but undeniably and surprisingly.
Admittedly, identifying the worst manifestation of a silly concept badly executed is a wearying, impossible exercise, so identifying the very worst "Kerryism" is as inherently futile as discerning the worst.
My predictions, based on the extremely reliable method of "half-assed guesses derived from thin research": Con 115 Lib 108 NDP 28 Bloq 55 IND 1 It's basically too close to.
In a way that was vaguely consistent with my earlier prediction, the Court refused to fully cede jurisdiction and give unlimited executive power to the presidency, but did so in a.
Just back from the Farmer's Market. Nader 04 campaigners were out in force, which is to say there were about five of them milling about. One approached me as I.
Given the consistent and pronounced difference between Fox News polls and all other reputable polls, and the general....proclivities of the Fox News crew, I've long suspected they've had their foot.