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Feminists: Not really stupid

Once again, I have to exercise skepticism that there’s huge numbers of “angry white women” out there who will vote McCain instead of Obama out of spite. Spite feelings are running high right now, which is why Joan Walsh makes me cringe 15 separate times in her piece today. Threats…

Cranky Wants Your Vote

After having (mostly) navigated through the sociopolitical minefield that was Obama vs. Clinton in terms of race and sex, we now get another area to broach: John McCain is old. The weird thing about McCain is that he seems much older than he actually is. Seventy-two, while certainly elderly, still…

A proud tradition

In all the discussion going into yesterday’s primaries/super-delegate bonanza, the discussion about how “what everyone should remember is that Obama is unelectable, because of the defections from the Democratic Party that will take place if he’s nominated” everyone conveniently forgot that McCain got the same rap, only more of it.…

McCain: CooterMcBigotville

{UPDATE: The Freepi are fuming at McSame’s lame speech last night. They are flogging him — it’s below the fold.} Let’s get right down to business. Behold the presumptive GOP nominee’s deft political skilz — here’s a snippet of McSame whining during his speech Tuesday. He’s mad that Barack Obama…

Primary Night Open Thread

Comment here. 9:01 PM: McCain’s speech was inspiring. Literally dozens of people standing in a room, booing things. I can only hope he’s as good of a president as he is a talker…person…man. 9:02 PM: Obama’s our nominee! 9:04 PM: McCain should bring Wiis to campaign events. I’ve heard old,…

Learning From Experience

John McCain: “We hear talk of a meeting with the Iranian leadership offered up as if it were some sudden inspiration, a bold new idea that somehow nobody has ever thought of before,” Mr. McCain said. “Yet it’s hard to see what such a summit with President Ahmadinejad would actually…

Ralph Reed: McCain should keep his fundie meetings on the DL

As I’ve mentioned before, politicians who court endorsements from religious leaders do so at their own peril, because you never know kind of batsh*t politically incorrect statements or sermons will come back to haunt the politician trying to rope in more people of faith at the polls. Look at Obama…

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