According to new numbers released by Survey USA today, both Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama win in match-ups against McCain. Obama wins by more (and wins 4 more states than.
Kevin Drum objects to my argument about experience, claiming that Obama's experience will be a disadvantage against McCain but Clinton's would not. I'm not entirely convinced. It's worth untangling the.
I never, ever, ever again want to get locked in nine hour comment thread battle over the Florida and Michigan delegates; it is bad for my soul, leads to acne,.
Prediction 1: If Obama wins the nomination and loses to McCain, Clinton supporters will angrily claim vindication, saying that it was obvious all along that Obama couldn't win. Prediction 2:.
Hair Club For Growth President Pat Toomey suggests some running mates for McCain; the first few seem plausible. However, I would strongly urge McCain to go with the boundless charisma.
Brad Plumer reports that Karl Rove (and I sort of admire the spare elegance of Rove serving as an election analyst for Fox News; I mean, why not just skip.
It seems to me that we have ourselves a knife fight. It also seems to me that this is a wonderful thing; Iowa and New Hampshire shouldn't have the right.
Via Sam Boyd, I bring you this Kirchick Komedy Klassic:Earlier this week, I speculated in a bloggingheads with Jon Keller, political reporter for the Boston CBS affiliate and author of.