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8:35 PM ET, December 21, 2007

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The Campaign Spot:
Rush Limbaugh's First Shots at Huckabee  —  So everybody and their brother is listening to Rush today, wondering if he'll take a shot at Huckabee after an unnamed Huckabee aide in DC criticized Limbaugh...  The first comment, moments into the show: “You want to whine like Mike Huckabee's whining …
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The Corner:
RE: Bye, Bye Mike  —  Regarding that Huckabee advisor's soon-to-be-regretted comments about Limbaugh, Huckabee actually encourages people in his book From Hope to Higher Ground: 12 STOPs to Restoring America's Greatness to “listen to less talk radio” as part of his “12 Action Steps to STOP Being Cynical.”
Discussion: Matthew Yglesias
Allahpundit / Hot Air:
Rush goes nuclear on Huckabee?  Update: Audio added  —  Bryan's headline yesterday said it all.  Geraghty has a list of choice quotes from today's tirade — “McCain's starting to look better to than this guy, and that's saying something” jumps out — but the partial transcript suggests …
Discussion: Stop The ACLU, The Corner, Macsmind and TIME
Ed Morrissey / Captain's Quarters:
Bringing A Water Pistol To A Firefight  —  The title has the most apt analogy, because while going after Rush Limbaugh makes sense for the Democratic presidential candidates, “bringing a knife to a gunfight” doesn't begin to describe the foolishness of a Republican candidate trying the same strategy.
Discussion: Right Wing Nut House
Jonathan Martin / Jonathan Martin's Blogs:
The impact of Rush's attack on Huck  —  I sadly didn't catch it, but apparently El Rushbo unloaded on Huck today.  —  Jim Geraghty has lots of the highlights here.  (My favorite line: “I'm part of the Cape Girardeau-Middle America Axis.")  —  The bad news for Huck:
RushLimbaugh.com:
Huckabee Forces Attack El Rushbo
Discussion: The Campaign Spot
Marc Ambinder:
Huckabee, Limbaugh, Saltsman, York And I
Discussion: Daily Pundit
Mike Allen / The Politico:
Witnesses recall Romney-MLK march  —  Shirley Basore, 72, says she was sitting in the hairdresser's chair in wealthy Grosse Pointe, Mich., back in 1963 when a rumpus started and she discovered that Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and her governor, George Romney, were marching for civil rights — right past the window.
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Deacon / Power Line:
THE “SCANDAL” THAT'S RIDICULOUS … That claim is incontestable. … The AP story is titled: Romney backpedals on statements — again. … Via Hugh Hewitt.
Michael Levenson / Boston Globe:
Romney never saw father on King march  —  Defends figurative words; evidence contradicts story  —  Mitt Romney acknowledged yesterday that he never saw his father march with Martin Luther King Jr. as he asserted in a nationally televised speech this month, and historical evidence shows …
Michael Luo / New York Times:
Romney Learns That ‘Facts Are Stubborn Things’
Discussion: The Daily Dish and BAGnewsNotes
Dawson Bell / Detroit Free Press:
Romney sticks to belief in King, dad
Andy McCarthy / The Corner:
Re: Romney's Explanation
Discussion: Vox Popoli
USA Today:
Poll: Obama makes gains, is even with Clinton in N.H.  —  PELHAM, N.H. — Democratic presidential hopefuls Hillary Rodham Clinton and Barack Obama are locked in a dead heat among New Hampshire voters in a statewide USA TODAY/Gallup Poll, underscoring the volatility of the race less than three weeks before the nation's first primary.
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USA Today:
USA TODAY / Gallup poll  —  Results are based on interviews with 477 New Hampshire residents deemed most likely to vote in the Republican primary .  The results for Section II are based on interviews with 510 New Hampshire residents deemed most likely to vote in the Democratic primary.
Joe Gandelman / The Moderate Voice:
Two Polls: Obama Tied In New Hampshire And Would Outpoll Clinton Nationally  —  Is it a sign that direct and apparent “surrogate” attacks from New York Senator Hillary Clinton's camp have backfired?  Perhaps...  Two new polls bring continued good news for Illinois Senator Barack Obama …
Steven Taylor / Outside The Beltway:   Three-Way Tie in GOP National Poll
Greg Sargent / TPM Election Central:
Hey Obama — Who Are You Calling Desperate?
Discussion: The Politico and Hullabaloo
Steve Chaggaris / CBS News:
Huckabee: Gitmo Is “Too Nice”  —  From CBS News' Joy Lin and Mary Hood:  —  DAVENPORT, IA - Asked about Guantanamo, Mike Huckabee said he had visited the facility and said it was “disappointing” that military personnel were eating meals that averaged $1.60 while the detainees were eating Halal meals that cost over $4 each.
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Matt / Think Progress:   Huckabee: ‘If Anything,’ We Treat Inmates At Guantanamo Bay ‘Too Nice’
Kimberley A. Strassel / Opinion Journal:
Leap of Faith  —  Mike Huckabee and Little Rock ethics.
Tucker Carlson / The New Republic:
Pimp My Ride  —  On the road with Ron Paul's merry band of misfits and his hooker fan club.  —  The first thing I learned from driving around Nevada with Ron Paul for a couple of days: People really hate the Federal Reserve.  This became clear midway through a speech Paul was giving …
Mark Schmitt / American Prospect:
The “Theory of Change” Primary  —  Perhaps we are being too literal in believing that “hope” and bipartisanship are things that Obama naively believes are present and possible, when in fact they are a tactic, a method of subverting and breaking the unified conservative power structure.
 
 
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Nicole Belle / Crooks and Liars:
Huckabee's Courting of the Far, Far right
Discussion: The Ruckus
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Huckabee's ‘preaching to the choir’ draws more conservative criticism
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Bay Buchanan's World Is A Scary Place.
Discussion: VDARE.com
Kevin Naff / Washington Blade:
Gay voters are right to feel reluctant about Clinton's bid …
Discussion: HillaryClinton.com
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Discussion: Crunchy Con
Matthew Hay Brown / The Swamp:
MoveOn.org raises $300,000 for the troops
Discussion: The Crypt's Blogs
S.A. Miller / Washington Times:
Scientists doubt climate change
Paul Krugman / New York Times:
Blindly Into the Bubble  —  When announcing Japan's surrender in 1945 …
Jonah Goldberg / National Review:
The Hillary Who Stole Christmas
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