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Didi Lima, (former) Nevada GOP communications director and (former) Hispanic Outreach Coordinator for the McCain campaign, tells the AP: We don’t want (Hispanics) to become the new African-American community. And that’s what the Democratic Party is going to do to them, create more programs and give them handouts, food stamps and checks for this and Read More

It seems like this is aimed to those folks who feel some kind of personal animus toward McCain. But those people weren’t voting for McCain anyway. If you’re going this route, don’t you have to make sure that a McCain win would be a dangerous thing? All we have here is cheers and McCain’s annoying Read More

After the debates last Friday, Joe Biden went into bulldog mode, hitting up news outlets to spin for Obama. McCain’s camp drafted the consistently reprehensible Rudy Giuliani to do the same, a clear indication of how much of a media liability Sarah Palin has become in their eyes. Where was Palin? As far away from Read More

If I had to guess, it would be a long riff on McCain’s cartoonish refusal to look Obama in the eye. Also bracelets. Update: John Cole agrees. It is going to be John McCain going to great lengths to avoid looking Obama in the eye. I can see them having Darrell Hammond holding up his Read More

The basic premise of the “West Wing” was that the Bartlett administration, which was an idealized Democratic presidency. Josiah “Jed” Bartlett, the series’ commander-in-chief, has degrees from Harvard and Yale, a  Ph.D. in economics, and is a raconteur with a wicked sense of humor. He’s more Bill Clinton than Barack Obama.* Anyway. Maureen Dowd has Read More

[Photo NYT] As it’s become apparent that McCain has neither suspended his campaign nor done any work on the bailout deal, we wonder: will he or won’t he show up in Mississippi tonight? Preparations have continued at Ole Miss without a pause, Obama has never wavered on whether or not he will attend, and McCain’s Read More

… without the help of John McCain or Barack Obama, both of whom addressed the Clinton Global Initiative this morning (McCain in New York, Obama via satellite from Florida). Politico: Sen. Robert Bennett (R-Utah), the top GOP negotiator in the Senate, said, “We have a plan that will pass the House, pass the Senate and Read More

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