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TMPCafe introduced the “DoddPod” as though it were part of some off-beat Presidential rollout for the eh-tier 08 candidate: supporters program the Senator’s iPod, suggest podcasts, and even upload their own MP3’s. I profess a sneaking admiration for “interactive” gambits which require little to no actual input from the person in power; …

Re: The best-laid plans…

Karen says:

When they [the Dems] launched their Six for ’06 campaign, none of them thought they actually had a prayer of winning the Senate.

Funny, I think that when a lot of people voted for the Democrats, none of them thought they actually had a prayer of winning the Senate.

More seriously: I think I understand the reasoning behind …

Update: Pander Bear

While I still believe that McCain’s “surge” pandering needs some work, apparently he’s practicing:

* McCain went from saying he would not support repeal of Roe v. Wade to saying the exact opposite.

* McCain criticized TV preacher Jerry Falwell as “an agent of intolerance” in 2002, but has since decided to cozy up to the man who said

Re: Man With A Plan

Please don’t take my mocking of Biden’s permanent announcement mode as dismissive of the man himself. He’s the rare Washington politician who knows his own strengths and weaknesses, and yet doesn’t spend his life avoiding the latter. Obviously.

As for the “river of words,” I look forward to the debate that features both Biden and Al …


There were two things that surprised me about the AEI forum on Friday on the Iraq “surge” and attendant demonstration against it. First, there was singing. Outside. Among the protesters. A group of about six youngish people in rain ponchos were singing something that sounded a little like a hymn or chants in the style of

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