A Tale of Two Campaigns

They say that the way a politician campaigns gives us a glimpse into how they govern.  Especially when the prize is an executive office, this makes a lot of sense considering that the candidate is effectively the CEO of his or her own campaign. As a result, it’s interesting to watch these two...

Falling Apart

I had actually watched this clip a little earlier today, but it’s taken me a little bit of time to kind of solidify my thoughts around it which is why I haven’t gotten around to commenting it until now. What you’re about to watch is a brief segment in which Brian Williams and Chuck Todd...

Three Moves Obama Has

The state of the race thus far.  The final debate was last night, and with its conclusion went the last chance for McCain to make a better case than Senator Obama for the presidency.  According to focus groups and flash polls, that was a failure, and the slow slogging death march to election day continues....

Another Important Aspect to West Virginia

Well, for at least today, and maybe tomorrow, the talk of the town will be Clinton’s landslide win in West Virginia. To my pleasant surprise, it seems that most of the media has not gone into hysterics as I had expected, and most pundits who have finally come to grips with the math of this race did...

Explaining Atrios

I really can’t believe I’m about to do this. This post was about two seconds shy of being entitled “Armando: Still a Dumbass,” but out of the interests of decency, I abstained. It begins with Atrios post which, given his brevity, I provide in its entirety: Let me make it a bit more...

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