Did He or Didn’t, Does He or Doesn’t He?

Jeralyn at Talk Left has a whopper of a post outlining Obama’s role in a liberal survey dating back to when he first ran for office. Politico nailed Obama on the survey today: The evidence comes from an amended version of an Illinois voter group’s detailed questionnaire, filed under his … Continue reading

Delegate Compromise Offered for Michigan

In a letter to Howard Dean, Rep. Bart Stupak, D-Mich., “proposed that Michigan’s 83 pledged delegates be chosen at congressional district conventions according to the results of the state’s primary.” Here’s the scoop: Under Stupak’s formula, New York Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, who received 55 percent of the primary vote, … Continue reading

Ed Rendell’s Candid Words About Fair & Balanced

Ed Rendell pointed out on Fox News today, yes Fox News, that their coverage of the Democratic candidates has been more “fair & balanced” than the rest of the media. Rendell has a point with his assertion: I think during this entire primary coverage, starting in Iowa and up to … Continue reading

A Prime Example of Not Ready for Prime Time

The Page has a video up that is a prime example why Barack Obama is not ready for prime time. Watch it here. Not only did Obama hem and haw when took a question about Iraq from a reporter at a gas station but he also managed to single-handedly undo all the … Continue reading

Why John Edwards Hasn’t Endorsed

Paul Krugman has a post on his NY Times blog today citing Jeralyn at Talk Left on why John Edwards hasn’t endorsed either Clinton or Obama: Via Jeralyn at Talk Left, John Heilemann on why John Edwards hasn’t endorsed anyone yet: So appalled was Edwards at Clinton’s gaudy corporatism—her defense … Continue reading

Hillary, Reassessed

Richard M. Scaife, owner of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, who has often criticized Hillary and her campaign, takes a second look after an intensive 90 minute interview which the NY Times reported on here. If you’re still not sure that Hillary will be the next president of the United States, take a … Continue reading

So Much For Obama’s Bi-Partisan Unity Theory

Today in the Washington Post in a front page story they recount the disaster that was a less than one week alliance between John McCain and Barrack Obama in his first year in office. Here’s the first three paragraphs: Obama, McCain Forged Fleeting Alliance Efforts to Collaborate on Ethics Reform … Continue reading

Dizzy’s Ten Post Round-Up

It’s Monday and it’s April Fool’s Eve.  I am currently planning what minor prank I shall play on my children.  I’m also steeling myself for whatever pranks might be planned for me… Rest assured, Uncle Jay has a run-down of the political hi-jinx of the past week: Uncle Jay Explains … Continue reading