Tag: John McCain

Home / (Page 3)

Institutionalized Trolling

By
|
In Uncategorized
|
On May 21, 2008
Politico, via Drezner: John McCain’s campaign is using their campaign website to encourage supporters to post supportive comments on political blogs, including the most well-known liberal site in the blogosphere. And to make things easier, they’re including talking points with which sympathizers can use to get out the McCain message. “Select from the numerous web, […]

McCain: Still His Own Guy

By
|
On March 11, 2008

While making the obvious but necessary point that a McCain presidency would be terrible for reproductive freedom, Robyn Blumner wonders if bovine idiocy is in fact a job requirement for the Republican

Gang of 14: A Huge Win For the GOP

By
|
In Uncategorized
|
On February 6, 2008
Jack Balkin points us to this article in the WSJ defending John McCain on the question of judicial appointments. Part of the op-ed consists of the usual vacuous buzzwords like “judicial restraint” (although they at least avoid the usual procedure of decrying “judicial activism” and then proceeding directly to a claim that judges should strike […]

Scary Sound Bite of the Day

By
|
In Uncategorized
|
On January 25, 2008
This one from the Times’ choice, John McCain (via the Daily Women’s Health Policy Report): On the issue of appointments to the Supreme Court, McCain mentioned that Sam Brownback would play an advisory role in helping decide who he should nominate for the Supreme Court. As models of who he would select, John McCain pointed […]

Laugh Lines

By
|
On January 8, 2008

Heading into tonight’s New Hampshire primary with McCain and Obama as the frontrunners, I have to wonder….does anyone else find it funny that McCain keeps calling for change, yet his polic

It is main inner container footer text