When you cite to newsmax, this is what you get...

Everyone is running to right-wing sources to support their candidate.  As my earlier snark diary illustrated (though it was erased despite being a blatant snark), citing to such sources is a dangerous game.

By doing so, you associate yourselves with the worst of the worst.  Remember when the Bush administration was planting "journalists" in Bush's press conferences a few years back?  That "journalist" was from newsmax.

No matter what you think, citing them here gives them the credibility they so cravenly desire but certainly don't deserve.

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This race needs to end - - NOW

Yes, Pennsylvania is coming up on April 22, but the time has come to end this race.

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Hillary's Foreign Policy Experience: Just Words?

Obama's campaign challenged Hillary's foreign policy experience with a memo this morning specifically pointing out that one of her biggest claimed accomplishments was a speech in China....a speech.

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Where Have We Seen This Tax Return Question Before?

One blog had an interesting look at where Obama's calls for Clinton to release her tax returns may have come from?

Hillary's 2000 senate race with none other than powerful GOPer Rick Lazio.

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I Have an Idea

Hillary Clinton scored two big victories last night, snatching defeat from the jaws of defeat.

What?

It seems the accurate delegate counters (unlike the perpetually broken ones on this web site) seem to be giving Hillary 10 more delegates out of the March 4th primaries.  That leaves her still far behind Obama.

Slate says: "We've updated our calculator to take last night's results into account, and the news isn't good for Clinton. To catch Barack Obama in pledged delegates, she now needs an average margin of victory of 23 points, according to our delegate calculator. That's more than twice the size of her win in Ohio. If she falls short of this in Pennsylvania, she's especially out of luck."

So, I have an idea on how Hillary can win this thing and give this election to McCain once and for all.

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McCain>Obama?

I am new to this web site.  

Since i have joined, I have been struck by the "progressives", "liberals" or "democrats" who have said they would vote for John McCain over Barack Obama if Obama was the democratic nominee.

To be honest, I am quite shocked about that reaction.  

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