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Lies and Damn Lies, Part III

Robert Greenwald’s group spells it out. I’m just sayin’…

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Keeping Michigan Blue

Another night of phone banking last night and another full house. Our township leadership team and their volunteers have had to move our twice-weekly phone bank to a new location in Ann Arbor due to an overwhelming response and, last night, we ran out of phones at the new location! People are just showing up to say, “what can I […]

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McCain Unskews the Polls…Sorta

As I have been phonebanking and canvassing for Senator Obama’s Campaign for Change for the past two months, one of the focuses has been on “undecided” voters – voters identified by the campaign as on the fence. I have talked to a great deal of people who say they haven’t decided yet. In many of these conversations, by the end […]

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Hey! All You People With Lady Parts!

Rick Santorum thinks you should be supporting Sarah Palin. ‘Cause, you know, you have vaginas and stuff. Sarah Palin is the Clarence Thomas for feminists. The civil rights community, the African-American community obviously should have rallied behind Clarence Thomas an his achievement, but they hammered him because he was a conservative. And the civil rights establishment was first and foremost […]

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Lies and Damn Lies, Part II

Josh Marshall over at TPM ‘schplains things about the so-called “Bridge to Nowhere”: That’s just beautiful. More like this, please. I’m just sayin’…

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Lies and Damn Lies, Part I

I am quite afraid that this is one of series of blog entries on the lies being told by the McCain campaign right now. It’s out of control and, lo and behold, it actually looks like the media might actually call them on it this time. Hallelujah. Here’s CNN’s Paul Begala calling “bullshit!” on Sarah Palin’s ridiculous assertions that she’s […]

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Palin is Invigorating the Obama Campaign!

I walked into the local Democratic Party offices last night, on a day of disappointing national poll numbers for the Obama campaign, prepared to see a team of sullen phone-bankers. Boy, was I wrong. Rather than being dejected about McCain’s poll bump, our volunteers were more excited than ever to talk to undecided voters. Because mixed in with the news […]

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You Don’t Call That Maverick…

…You call it more of the same. Awesome ad from the Obama campaign. My wife and I have decided to make up new bumperstickers that say: Being Out of Touch Doesn’t Make You a Maverick. Absolutely stunning editorial by Frank Rich of the New York Times this week. Lots and lots of money quotes. Here’s a choice selection. We still […]

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Saving Democracy by Destroying It

Aren’t those virulently uber-right wing Freepers a charming bunch? They love this country and, more importantly DEMOCRACY, that they are willing to completely subvert it and interfere in the DEMOCRATIC process. Let’s do some “Community Organizin’” to sink Obambi’s Campaign! Takes 5 minutes! Do it from home!!Barack Obambi web site ^ | 9/6/2008 | politicket Posted on Saturday, September 06, […]

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Too Cute, Cute Sensors on Overload

I have a black kitty so this is especially cute to me. Stay with it until the end. The expression on the kitten’s face when he’s sitting on the carpet by the door is priceless. Kitten Vs RC Mouse @ Yahoo! Video I’m just sayin’…

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McPalin: Campaign of Irony

Are they just too stupid to realize the irony in so much of what they do? Does the McPalin campaign not understand the concept or are they simply too Goddamn dumb? I don’t get it. Ms. Palin was speaking at an airport rally that drew thousands of wildly enthusiastic people in Colorado Springs, rock solid Republican territory, where the crowd […]

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