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Post-Debate Thread 3.10.2008 NewsTrust Yahoo Pipes Feed
Sarah Palin acquitted herself more effectively tonight than she did with Katie Couric. The problem is that this wasn't enough. Despite the talk from some that the bar Palin had to top was well underground, Palin had to not only deliver a performance free of gaffes (and it's not clear to me that she even did this -- embracing Dick Cheney and mistaking the top General in Afghanistan with a Civil War-era General were not particularly smooth), she had to seem credible as Vice President. She had to have gravitas. But after an hour and a half of going up against Joe Biden, at least the second half of which she appeared flat on her feet and unable to conjure up all of her empty talking points, she did not come off as Vice Presidential. She sounded like a ...
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Kill the bailout: The vote draws near; Lindsay Graham quivers; watch Sanders’ tax-the-rich surcharge 2.10.2008 Michelle Malkin
Crap Sandwich 2.0.
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McCain: I routinely turn to Palin for foreign policy advice. 1.10.2008 Think Progres
In an interview this morning with NPR, Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) said that he has often turned to Gov. Sarah Palin (R-AK) for foreign policy advice: NPR: Given what you’ve said Senator, is there an occasion where you could imagine turning to Governor Palin for advice in a foreign policy crisis. MCCAIN: I’ve turned to [...]
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Political tagline becomes a plaything 1.10.2008 International Herald Tribune: Americas
U.S. law requires federal candidates to say "I approved this message" in their commercials. That's the starting point for embellishments.
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Obamedia Watch: “The fix is in, and its working.” 1.10.2008 Michelle Malkin
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The new debate: Who won the first round? 28.9.2008 International Herald Tribune: Americas
Even as the campaigns of Obama and McCain sought to mold perceptions from the previous night, they were preparing for the next two debates.
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'Hey Hockeymom - Keep the puck out of PA' 28.9.2008 NewsTrust Yahoo Pipes Feed
'Hey Hockeymom - Keep the puck out of PA'

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Obama, McCain face off in critical first debate amid national economic crisis 27.9.2008 Star Tribune: Politics
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Conservatives starting to panic about Palin 27.9.2008 NewsTrust Yahoo Pipes Feed
  Prominent conservatives are finally starting to realize that an unqualified half-term hockey mom from Alaska might not be the best choice to be a 72 year old heartbeat away from the presidency. Here’s the brutal roundup. Kathleen Parker: It was fun while it lasted. Palin’s recent interviews with Charles Gibson, Sean Hannity, and now Katie Couric [...]
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Obama, McCain face off in critical first debate amid national economic crisis 27.9.2008 Star Tribune: Nation
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US treasury secretary begged Democratic leader on one knee to save his plan to rescue Wall Street 27.9.2008 The Guardian -- World Latest
US treasury secretary begged Democratic leader on one knee to save his plan to rescue Wall Street
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And now a word from Gov. Mike Hucka... er, Beebe 27.9.2008 SFGate: Business & Technology
Arkansas' governor needs a name tag. Mike Beebe has been in office nearly two years, but that hasn't stopped officials in his state from confusing him with his similarly named predecessor, Mike Huckabee. Even the chief of the state's medical school and ...
To Beebe or not to Beebe? Ark. officials still confused over former, current governors' names 27.9.2008 Star Tribune: Nation
John McCain is headed to Ole Miss finally, wins the debate before it even begins! 27.9.2008 Crooks Liars
  Or, more accurately, before he even announced he was definitely going to attend. Click the image for a full screenshot of the Wall Street Journal source page. Although the fate of tonight’s presidential debate in Mississippi remains very much up in the air, John McCain has apparently already won it — if you believe an [...]
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The debate is on; McCain agrees to participate 26.9.2008 SFGate: Top Stories
Republican John McCain agreed to attend the first presidential debate Friday night even though Congress doesn't have a bailout deal, reversing an earlier decision to delay the event until Washington had taken action to address the crisis. With less than 10... ...
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Huckabee calls McCain’s debate ploy a ‘huge mistake.’ 26.9.2008 Think Progres
In Mobile, Alabama last night, former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee called Sen. John McCain’s decision to suspend his campaign and possibly skip tonight’s debate a “huge mistake.” Saying that he “still backs McCain’s candidacy,” Huckabee said McCain shouldn’t have paused the campaign because a president has to “deal with the unexpected”: Huckabee said he still backs [...]
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Huckabee: McCain mistake not to debate 26.9.2008 NewsTrust Yahoo Pipes Feed
Huckabee: McCain mistake not to debate

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Huckabee to debut new show on Fox News 26.9.2008 SFGate: Business & Technology
Heeeere's Huckabee. Former Republican presidential hopeful Mike Huckabee announced on his Web site that he has a new show debuting 8 p.m. EDT Saturday and Sunday on the Fox News Channel. The show is simply titled "Huckabee," he said. "I'm sure the name ...
Bailout Stalled: Cynicism Understandable, But Conservative Anger is Real 26.9.2008 The Moderate Voice
. All the pieces are in place for John McCain to, sometime tomorrow, be portrayed as the hero who brokered a resolution to the financial crisis acceptable to The White House, Congressional Democrats, and recalcitrant conservative Congressional Republicans. It seems so pat, so obvious, and it just might be true. But I don’t think so. Conservative anger at the proposed White House bailout plan is enormous. Yesterday, former Arkansas governor and Republican presidential contender Mike Huckabee wrote to his supporters. Here’s some of what he wrote: Frankly, I’m disappointed and disgusted with my own Republican party as I watch them attempt to strong-arm a bailout of some of America’s biggest corporations by asking the taxpayers ...
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Despite uncertainty, preparations for debate move forward 26.9.2008 Post-Bulletin: Local Politics
PHILADELPHIA -- The fate of Friday evening's presidential debate in Mississippi remained uncertain Thursday night
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