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This Time We Democrats Are Going to Kick the Electoral Football, Aren’t We?

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Less Than 24 Hours to Go and the NBC-Wall Street Journal Poll Has Obama Leading McCain 51-43!

Read more about the good news here.

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“A landslide brought me down”: A Bit of Therapy for Downcast Republicans

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Pennsylvania is Obama Country

In the waning hours of this election cycle, FiveThirtyEight.com has just put up its take on Pennsylvania: What McCain Has Going For Him John McCain decided at the last minute to try and throw resources at the state in hopes … Continue reading

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A Humbug?: Sarah Palin Still Hasn’t Given a Press Conference—or Done the Sunday Press Shows—and We Vote Tuesday!

We are now in the LAST weekend of the presidential campaign season and something extraordinarily corrosive to our democracy has occurred: Sarah Palin, despite the gravity of the office that she is running for, has managed to avoid giving a press … Continue reading

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It’s Just Turned SERIOUS: The Obama vs. McCain DANCE-OFF

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All We Are Saying Is “Give a Calm and Reasonable Person a Chance”

A calm and reasonable person in the White House. Can you dig it?

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Republican John McCain Says He Wants to “Turn the Page” on All This Economy Talk in The Last Weeks of The Campaign, and Launch Swift-Boat Style Attacks on Barack Obama. Here is Barack Obama’s Retort.

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2008 Obama-McCain Debate 1.0: Obama Wins (According to a USA Today-Gallup Survey)

In a USA-Gallup poll conducted after Friday’s debate between Barack Obama and John McCain, most Americans who watched the debate, and were then surveyed about it, said Obama won the debate. Money quote: A new USA TODAY/Gallup Poll shows 46% … Continue reading

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