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Palin: Too Big to Fail

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On November 6, 2008
Everybody’s having a lot of fun with the various rumors about the internal conflicts in the McCain campaign, and the efforts by McCain and Palin staffers to blame each other for defeat. Particularly hilarious is the following threat by Erick Erickson: RedState is pleased to announce it is engaging in a special project: Operation Leper. […]
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Bill Kristol: Man of Vision

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On January 8, 2008

So as many folks are probably aware, Kristol launched his Times gig by misattributing a Michael Medved quotation to “the conservative writer Michelle Malkin” — a phrase that makes, i

Kristol Channels Friedman

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On January 7, 2008

The general absurdity and delusion aside (how could anyone ever have expected something different from a cog so deeply enmeshed in the GOP/think tank machine; moreover, should Kristol be celebrating a

Delusional

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On January 7, 2008
Bill Kristol’s got his first column up in the Times today. And he comes out swinging. His column’s main point: Huckabee might be the best nominee the GOP has to offer. It’s a doozy. Here’s a preview of his twisted world-view: But gratitude for sparing us a third Clinton term only goes so far. Who, […]
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