Tag Archives: 2008 Presidential Election

Can McCain Win Massachusetts?

( – promoted by Cool Cal) An exciting poll released yesterday by WBZ/SurveyUSA shows Barack Obama with a virtually insignificant 48-46% lead over John McCain in Massachusetts http://www.surveyusa.com/clien…

Hillary Clinton led McCain 56-41% http://www.surveyusa.com/clien… This led to an interesting article on RealClearPolitics.com by Anil Adyanthaya, a Newton lawyer and occasional contributor to RCP: Can a Republican presidential candidate win Massachusetts?…

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Born Alive Infant Protection Act

I didn’t even know this piece of legislation existed – shame on me.  The Born Alive Infant protection Act was legislation introduced at both state and federal levels to protect the lives of newly born children by providing necessary medical care.  Not unborn children mind you, but children born and outside the womb of the mother – heart beating and…

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From Talking Points Memo: Report: “McCain Family Recipes” Cribbed From The Food Network

By Eric Kleefeld – April 15, 2008, 12:18AM

Now this is funny. The Huffington Post has discovered that at least three (and possibly four) “McCain Family Recipes” from the campaign’s site, purportedly coming straight from Cindy McCain and intended to create a down-home image, appear to have…

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Obama Gives a “Liberal” Apology

“If I worded things in a way that made people offended, I deeply regret that,” Obama said in an interview with the Winston-Salem (N.C.) Journal.

Notice that he didn’t say he was sorry for what said, he apologizes for not wording the statement differently.…

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Fixing Hillary’s Fight

( – promoted by Cool Cal) Tuesday, while in Philadelphia, Hillary Clinton made this cute little analogy between herself and movie-icon Rocky Balboa. She made reference to the conclusion of one of the training montages, where Rocky runs up the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art. I sincerely doubt Hillary actually sat through the testosterone-slug fest, because if she…

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