Posted by Kathy
on Oct 10, 2009 in 2008 General
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Sen. John McCain and Minnesota’s Gov. Tim Pawlenty, at least, chose the classy route. McCain told Greg Sargent through his press spokesperson, “I congratulate President Obama on receiving this prestigious award. I join my fellow Americans in expressing pride in our President on this occasion.”...
These are the questions that pretty much everyone has been asking — in tones ranging from the pleased but perplexed to the pissed-off to the rude and hostile to the outright contemptuous — since early yesterday morning, when the Norwegian Nobel Committee announced to the world that the winner of...
That’s E.J. Dionne commenting on Meet the Press — along with Rachel Maddow and David Brooks — on the right-wing explosion of joy after the International Olympic Committee rejected Chicago as host for the 2016 Summer Olympics....
Josh Gerstein at Politico: About a dozen retired generals and admirals, trying to add momentum to President Barack Obama’s effort to close the Guantanamo Bay military prison, are accusing former Vice President Dick Cheney and his daughter Liz of scaremongering about the dangers of closing it. “It’s up to...
As reported today, Pres. Obama has freed three more Guantanamo detainees. One is headed for Yemen; the other two are going to Ireland: There are more than 220 detainees remaining at the prison. In the last couple months, the White House has made it increasingly clear that the President will not make his...
Posted by Kathy
on Sep 15, 2009 in Bush administration
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Michelle Malkin, Pamela Geller, and three other far right XX’ers I don’t recognize have put together a video to tell us that. .. they are Sarah Palin. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7h-4eYveEVA[/youtube] Via Firedoglake, to honor the day we learned, from one of George W. Bush’s...