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Archive of posts published in the category: McCain

Steyn on Palin

from the Corner on National Review Online by Mark Steyn First, Governor Palin is not merely, as Jay describes her, “all-American”, but hyper-American. What other country in the developed world produces beauty queens who hunt caribou and serve up a…

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Running Away

On the drive to Indiana I heard a radio commentator state that a survey found that 8% of white voters will vote against Obama ONLY because he is black and 20% of black voters will vote for Obama ONLY because…

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Which One Is the Candidate of Change?

Just thinking: Obama has selected a 32 year veteran from the Senate who could hardly place as a Democratic presidential candidate, who outdoes Obama on gaffes and has a bad history on foreign policy decisions and… McCain picks a young…

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Intrade Can Be Wrong- Hooray!

Last week before I took my daughter to college at Indiana, Romney was the favored VP pick for McCain with 75% odds at Intrade. When I returned yesterday, Tim Pawlenty had risen to the likely pick with 75% odds. At…

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