davidl on March 28th, 2008

It still seems a long shot, but could Rudi Guiliani still make to the White House, in 2013?    New York has been a stepping stone for governors aspiring to become president, both Roosevelt’s,  Thomas Dewey, and even George Pataki.    The New York Post reports that if David Paterson resigned and a special election if called, Guiliani […]

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Eric Florack on March 28th, 2008

BitsBlog will be going offline at Midnight tonight, to return by Midnight Sunday night. This is to allow a server move. (Sticky)

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John Venlet showed up to play, yesterday. Nice to see you, John. Missed ya. He says he’s going to be posting quite a bit in the next several weeks, apparently focusing on the mortgage industry. Me at Q&O today, about the delegate fight: The system involving Super-Delegates was contrived so as to prevent what the […]

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davidl on March 28th, 2008

It is funny that while Mrs. Clinton has been claiming, albeit with rather dubious success, foreign poliicy experienc she simply does not have, she has not yet claimed experience she does have.   Mrs. Clinton meet with a spy for Saddam Hussien and may have violated the Logan Act as well, Ira Stoll,  Sun(NY): A Michigan man facing […]

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davidl on March 28th, 2008

So Obama makes his second run at the problem on The View — a show with the intellectual depth of a small soap dish – confident that serious questions on the topic will not be asked. Should such questions ever get asked, Obama will likely point to The View to claim he answered them Karl, […]

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Hume, last night: The United Nations Human Rights Council was supposed to be better than the old Human Rights Commission, which became famous for bias and hypocrisy. Now the same charge is being leveled at the new body The council elected Swiss national Jean Ziegler to its advisory committee. But Ziegler has a history of […]

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