Eric Florack on May 14th, 2008

Derb has decided to side with John Ratzenberger, who is on a kick to keep tinkering alive. I think they’re both right. Understand; I wrote most of this without bothering to actually read Derb’s article. The first couple paras of Derb’s were enough to set my fingers in gear, because it’s something that’s been nagging […]

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Eric Florack on May 14th, 2008

No question that on the political front, todayw as a slow news day. The big story on the 6pm (Eastern) newscasts would have been Hillary Clinton’s drubbing of Brrack Obama in West Virginia, last night.  What to do to take the edge off that wave? Arrange for Barrack Obama to get an endorsement from John […]

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davidl on May 14th, 2008

Well at least this black reverend manages to keep his allegations pausible, video: It would explain why Andrew Sullivan is so avid about BO. Hat tip:  Ace  

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Eric Florack on May 14th, 2008

You’re quite right, Billy, McCain may end up actually winning this thing, but at what cost to the Republicans, in terms of having to make them more like socialist Democrats? And by that same token, what is the level of damage to the country both during and after the election? That’s what I wonder. As […]

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Eric Florack on May 14th, 2008

Honk if you’ve never seen an Uzi fired from a car window

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Eric Florack on May 14th, 2008

Dana Milbank once again shows why nobody… even Democrats… should take the guy seriously; 2:57 p.m., Yeager Airport, Charleston, W.Va.: A steep descent brings Clinton’s plane to Charleston’s hilltop airport. After an appropriate wait, she steps from the plane and pretends to wave to a crowd of supporters; in fact, she is waving to 10 […]

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