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Friday, April 23, 2021

Who should McCain pick as his Vice President?

Who should McCain pick as his Vice President?

An almost unbeatable team would be if McCain picks Hillary. This especially since he and Bush are cutting the gas tax this summer before the election which is almost like handing the average voter $5 to vote for him.

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Obama makes more gains in superdelegates

Sen. Barack Obama may be losing big state primaries and getting roughed up by controversy but he continues to gain support among Democratic party “superdelegates” who will make the final decision on who gets the nomination.

Recent reports show more and more of the automatic delegates who are not elected by either a primary or caucus system are lining up behind Obama and one story suggests Democratic members of the House and Senate — all superdelegates — have made up their minds and most are going with Obama.

And now the former chairman of the Democratic Party, an early supporter of Clinton, is switching sides and going with Obama.

Where does this leave Hillary Rodham Clinton? Up the creek without a political paddle.

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The Wright time for Obama to quit

Sen. Barack Obama’s response to Rev. Jeremiah Wright’s incendiary appearance on Monday at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. is not just a day late and a dollar short: it’s a month-and-a-half late and a few million dollars short.

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Obama’s photo op broke NCAA rules

North Carolina’s men’s basketball team on Tuesday had what a team official called an extraordinary chance to play basketball with presidential candidate Barack Obama.

So extraordinary that an NCAA rule appears to have been broken — and the NCAA is apparently going to ignore it.

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Iran complains to U.N. about Clinton comment

UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) – Iran complained to the United Nations on Wednesday about U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s comment the United States could “totally obliterate” Iran in retaliation for a nuclear strike against Israel.

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A nation of hysterical cowards

Lenore Skenazy, a columnist for the New York Sun, caused quite a stir earlier this month when she wrote about letting her nine-year-old son take a subway and bus by himself across Manhattan. The boy had been begging her to allow him to test his big city commuting skills on his own, and she finally agreed, handing him a map, a subway token, some quarters, and a $20 bill.

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Putting it into context…or not

I saw my old pal Context the other day. He seemed very low. He hasn’t been the same since our mutual friend Irony died.

“Hey, Connie,” I said, “Why the long face? You look like a horse — or maybe John Kerry.”

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