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The “real Virginia,” according to this McCain surrogate, is southern Virginia:
Sarah Palin Says She Likes to Visit the “Pro-American Parts of the Country.” Joe Biden Wants to Know What Parts of the Country Aren’t Pro-American
See Biden zing the McCain-Palin campaign for Palin’s statement here:
Notice the photoshop effects here. The familiar image of Osama bin Laden looking to his right has been cropped to remove the large nose and beared. Then the color of the skin has been darkened. And then, apparently, the eyes of … Continue reading
Dr. McStrangelove?: In Debate #3, John McCain Seems to Channel Dr. Strangelove, Having Trouble Not Jumping Out of His Chair With Anger
Dreher: McCain was two tics away from a vein-popping “You can’t handle the truth!” Jack Nicholson moment, I felt. At one point, I thought: Which one of these men would I want in the White House when the 3 a.m. … Continue reading
Are we entering the “Age of McCain”—eight years in which America, itself seemingly gentrifying and on the decline, is led by a septuagenarian president who is fast heading toward the age of 80? Or are voters starting to register the … Continue reading
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Martin Luther King, Were He Alive Today, Would Say, “Get Out There and Work Hard for Barack Obama.” This is Our Moment.
Martin Luther King, were he alive today, would tell us to redouble our efforts for this historic election, and not get discouraged by the forces of reaction. After a too long hiatus, we have a chance to elect a president … Continue reading
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What’s Scary about Sarah Palin Isn’t Just Sarah Palin. It Will Say Something About Americans’ Wrecklessness If, Knowing What We Know About Her, Most of Us Vote for Her Anyway
Sarah Palin is clearly out of her depth, and that’s scary. And the fact that McCain exercised such poor judgment is scary. But if the Republican ticket wins anyway, that will really say something scary about America—that the majority of Americans … Continue reading
“Making a Mockery of 9/11”: Joan Walsh, Editor in Chief of Salon.com, Weighs in on Sarah Palin’s Atrocious 9/11 Interview with ABC’s Charles Gibson
Money quote from Joan Walsh’s essay: 9/11/2008 could well be remembered as a low point in GOP history. It’s the day we learned beyond any doubt that John McCain put his manhood in a blind trust to win the presidency. … Continue reading
According to Salon.com, Palin got her first passport in her forties: Palin . . . applied for her first passport less than a year ago, in 2007 — and then only to make a routine visit as governor to Alaska … Continue reading
“Sarah Palin, You’re No Hillary Clinton!”: Will Palin Prove to Be the Dan Quayle of This Election Cycle—A Young Conservative, and Novel, But in over Her Head?
This morning, Bill Burton, an Obama spokesperson, responded this way to McCain’s pick of Palin for VP: Today, John McCain put the former mayor of a town of 9,000 with zero foreign policy experience a heartbeat away from the presidency. … Continue reading
Obama makes me proud to be an American.
Money quote: It was a deeply substantive speech, full of policy detail, full of people other than the candidate, centered overwhelmingly on domestic economic anxiety. It was a liberal speech, more unabashedly, unashamedly liberal than any Democratic acceptance speech since … Continue reading
Philosopher Susan Neiman (most famously, the author of the highly acclaimed book, Evil in Modern Thought) has an insightful essay in the NY Times on Obama’s idealism, and how it played rather poorly in Germany in July of 2008. (Given their … Continue reading