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$40k Push Poll?

Friday, June 9th, 2006

So far, this is the most intriguing of answers to my question about how the Warner campaign lost it. I wonder where I can get another source on this (from the comments on my MyDD diary): Wouldn’t have believed it if I hadn’t heard it myself, but Wes Clark – here in Vegas for the […]

Woah, woah

Monday, June 5th, 2006

I got a little carried away (see below), what with some free time on my hands, a working Internet connection, and a couple days of blogging to catch up on. This is from my walk through Claremont, up Harvard Ave: And here’s a summary of all of the posts below. Election day is tomorrow in […]

Lest we forget…Dreier voted for corruption

Monday, June 5th, 2006

As I mentioned earlier, breaking the ethics truce might be good politics for November because it’ll get Republicans on the record. Of course some of them, David Dreier included, are already on the record as being pro-corruption. As Josh Marshall reminded us in January: Ahhh, The DeLay Rule, truly the muckraker’s gift that keeps on […]

Clean up that place

Monday, June 5th, 2006

Running to fill disgraced Rep. Duke Cunningham’s seat, it’s no wonder Francine Busby has put ethics at the center of her campaign. We’ll find out tomorrow how well that goes. Even if it doesn’t put her over the top, I think it’s still a good strategy, considering the GOP-controlled government has failed to pass any […]

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