Category Archives: 2008 election

The New York Times Has a Ticket to Ride

By Emilia 1956 Now that we’re in another election year, who remembers this nugget from almost four years ago? That’s right … Harriet Christian, the long-time Democrat and PUMA, who just couldn’t believe that the Democratic Party would choose, as … Continue reading

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Exit Strategy for Junior

George Bush, Jr. has always hated the Junior. It was the first thing to go when he ran for president. But as he gives new meaning to the term ‘lame duck,’ it’s time to reapply that fitting nominative suffix. With … Continue reading

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Busy Evening

There’s not a whole lot of time tonight for original writing, but two big articles showed up today, and you should give them your attention. Those wretched email smears about Obama? The New York Times (finally!) exposes their author, who … Continue reading

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Of Mothers and Donut Holes

If you were wondering why the “dial line” on CNN hit 100% among women while Barack Obama talked about health care in Tuesday night’s debate, I have this to say:BEEP. “AARP Prescription Discount Program.” That sound comes through my headphones … Continue reading

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That One

Being contrarian, I decided to watch this debate on CNN with an eye on the instant-polling lines of undecided Ohio voters. Some bloggers couldn’t stand it; but after watching the last two debates only to see the most revealing moments … Continue reading

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Rudy Repetitions

Could it be that slowly, surely, the “Post-9/11 World” meme is passing?

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Ron Paul as Ralph Nader?

Chris Weigant said it yesterday, and I have to second him: Ron Paul is the spoiler candidate for 2008. After failing to gain the Republican nomination, his run as a Libertarian is likely to put a Democrat in the White … Continue reading

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Decider and the Duck Hunter

A shameless parody. The son was stumping steadily,Stumping with all his might;He did his very best to spinHis troubles smooth and right–And this was odd, for in Baghdad,The lights were off at night. Pundits spun so frantically,Because the favorite sonHad … Continue reading

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