From the daily archives: Friday, April 11, 2008

Remember back in February when Matt Naugle started his new blog?

He promised to “stay away from the tabloid-style reporting which took place on Right Angle Blog.”

I think people are tired of being reminded of Columbus Mayor Mike Coleman’s and Ohio Attorney General Marc Dann’s infidelity… So from now on, I will focus less on salacious scuttlebutt and more on policy.

Promises, Promises.

10 of Matt’s last 12 posts have been about the sexual harrasment case in AG Marc Dann’s office. If you look at the post titles I think you’ll agree that “salacious scuttlebutt” and […]

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We Can Have Our Tiger Woods?!

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See, the thing is. They can’t control it. Though they’d like to have us believe there is not an underlying current of fear and hatred, it can’t help but to come bubbling up. What possible reason is there to mention Tiger Woods in an introduction speech to John McCain than to signal to the crowd that Barack Obama is a black man having success in a white game?

Hell, the GOP crowd even went “ewww”. I think Waldman had it right:

For months, I’ve been predicting that conservatives would delicately prompt voters to see Barack Obama through the […]

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A new Gallup Poll released yesterday shows that President George W. Bush’s job approval rating has dropped to 28%

This matches the results of a newsweek poll released last week that also showed Bush’s approval rating at 28%.

This is the lowest of his administration and the lowest of any president since Jimmy Carter’s approval rating also dropped to 28% during the Iran Hostage Crisis.

Heck of a job, Georgie.

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Let’s hope it’s NOT the Neocons. 😉 You had to know this was going on – for some time. It’s been fun watching the trepidation in the Ohio rightysphere. There’s no real joy in their candidate. It’s a tug of war to be sure among moderate pragmatists and stark raving mad wingnuts. So who will win the fight for John McCain’s soul?

“It maybe too strong a term to say a fight is going on over John McCain’s soul,” said Lawrence Eagleburger, a secretary of state under the first President George Bush, who is a member of the pragmatist […]

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