From the daily archives: Friday, February 17, 2006

Dog Tags, We Got Dog Tags!

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Sure, run off the war veteran and then sell some dog tags.

OK, OK, Ted…ahum…most likely had nothing to do with any of the underhanded shenanigans that took Hackett out. But I surely hope we don’t see a Sherrod Brown dog tag. The Ohio blogosphere would go absolutely apeshit!

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David Sirota: Lying Shill

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David Sirota is in all out panic mode. He’s probably seeing and hearing all of the news about the apparent swiftboating of Paul Hackett. So the biggest Sherrod Brown shill out there is just straight up lying, trying to sell the notion that Paul was “beat”…and beat fairly I might add.

He points to polls. Or, rather, he points to a very poor and misleading news article on Yahoo that portrays a late poll to indicate that Hackett had no chance against Brown in a primary. Problem is, the article never mentions the full poll, which goes on […]

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Bonhomme Richard Sinking Fast

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There might not be enough time to swap the colors. Are we seeing the disintegration of the fighting Dem frame? Russell points to the tea leaves.

Better get out in front. Full ahead flank!

I linked to this below contextually, but it bears repeating:

Mother Jones: Backroom Battles

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MTB: Redfern Sucks It Up

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Redfern’s MTB interview is up.

First of all, I want to commend Chris for stepping up to the plate and not pulling a “Brown” at Meet The Bloggers. If you know anything about blogs, you realize it’s a no brainer. Do MTB and you might get roughed up a bit for an hour. Don’t do MTB and you will get roughed up for months.

Let me first give you my first impression of Chris given this interview. I don’t know him personally or politically really. This is just me commenting off of the interview with MTB itself and nothing […]

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I Have Not Yet Begun To Fight!

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On September 23, 1779, John Paul Jones was in a bloody battle for his life. His own ship The U.S.S. Bonhomme Richard was struggling with a 44 gun Royal Navy frigate known as “Serapis”. The battle was fierce and appeared over as Jones’ vessel was battle weary, burning, and sinking. In the midst of all this and as two of Jones’ cannons burst, the British commander yelled over to Jones and asked if he was ready to surrender. Conventional wisdom probably would agree that a surrender was in order. Jones eschewed such wisdom and instead yelled back, “Sir, I have […]

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