Gregoire for Governor, RIP

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On November 18, 2004
Well, I suppose it’s close enough that we should wait for the recount. This post isn’t legally binding, so I’ll just go ahead. Both Scott and I have issued strict warnings about shooting your mouth off about what a terrible candidate/campaign Kerry was/ran. These orders still stand–he was a pretty good candidate who ran a […]

Governor’s Race

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On November 17, 2004
Most of you have probably begun to put electoral anxiety in the rear view mirror, embracing all kinds of other forms of anxiety instead. Here in Washington, it won’t end. I’ve been following the vote count in the Rossi/Gregoire race several times a day. It really can’t get any closer–with one day and about 6,000 […]

Easterbrook

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On November 16, 2004

At some point last year, Christopher Hitchens took an insurmountable lead in the “idiocy in the name of contrarianism” contest he was having with Gregg Easterbrook. I missed this when it c

Momentous

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On November 15, 2004
Bill, we hardly knew ya. . . William Safire, whose political commentary column has appeared on the Op-Ed Page of The New York Times for more than 30 years, is stepping down, The Times said today. The newspaper said in a statement that Mr. Safire would make his final appearance as an Op-Ed columnist on […]

Colin Gone

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On November 15, 2004
Kos writes: No one person more tarnished his legacy the last four years than Colin Powell. His integrity resigned in the runup to Bush’s War. Nice to see the rest of him follow suit. You have to wonder where he acquired his reputation and legacy in the first place. I mean, seriously, why was this […]
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