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the smear machine isn’t functioning properly.

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On June 10, 2008
Below, Bean points us to the NRO’s campaign spot blog, calling for the release of Obama’s birth certificate for some truly strange reasons (more good snark on the logic behind these “controversies” from marvelous Jesse Taylor, fresh off his sabbatical in The Real World). Inexplicably, I’ve perused NRO’s The Corner blog occasionally over the years, […]

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 i

McCain: Still His Own Guy

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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 nomination. Apparently, yes: The New York Times Web site reported the following exchange with a reporter in Iowa in March 2007: Q: “What […]
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Why Pantload Will Be Voting for McCain

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On February 12, 2008
Shorter Pantload, explaining why conservatives just might want to reconsider their loathing of John McCain: Tobias: You know, Lindsay, as a therapist, I have advised a number of couples to explore an open relationship where the couple remains emotionally committed, but free to explore extra-marital encounters. Lindsay: Well, did it work for those people? Tobias: […]

Distinction Without A Difference

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On January 29, 2008
Brad Plumer, writing about John McCain’s stated intention to delegate his judicial nomination decisions to Sam Brownback, correctly notes that liberals who expect a secret socially liberal McCain to emerge from behind a mask of 0% NARAL ratings, votes for Robert Bork, support for complete bans on abortion, etc. are people you definitely want to […]

Laugh Lines

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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

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