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11:10 PM ET, January 28, 2008

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Ben Smith / Ben Smith's Blogs:
NY NOW: “Betrayal!”  —  Whoa.  The New York State chapter of the National Organization for Women attacked Ted Kennedy for his endorsement today with some real heat.. The Times Union reported it first (writing, “'Scathing' feels inadequate here."), and I confirmed its authenticity with the president of the organization, Marcia Pappas.
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CNN:
Clinton campaign advisers: Bill Clinton ‘needs to stop’  —  (CNN) - Democratic sources supportive of and regularly in touch with the Clinton campaign describe what one calls “a huge wave” of sentiment that Bill Clinton “needs to stop."  —  The sources — who requested anonymity …
Discussion: Donklephant
Allahpundit / Hot Air:
Awesomely awesome: NOW NYS calls Teddy's endorsement of Obama “the ultimate betrayal”; Update: “Psychological gang bang”?  —  So packed with identity politics irony I'm almost misty over it.  After weeks of hand-wringing by the commentariat over the race card, here comes the gender card taped …
Discussion: The Corner, Stop The ACLU and Macsmind
readMedia:
Senator Ted Kennedy Betrays Women by Not Standing for Hillary Clinton for President
Think Progress:
Embargoed: State of the Union Text  —  We'll start respecting White House embargoes when they start telling the truth.  Here is President Bush's FINAL State of the Union address:  —  EMBARGOED UNTIL DELIVERY January 28, 2008  —  STATE OF THE UNION ADDRESS  —  As Prepared for Delivery
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Michelle Malkin:
State of the Grab Bag Address 2008  —  Scroll down for updates...  Nancy Pelosi final blink count: 1,002.  —  Dick Cheney final blink count: 2.  —  I'll be liveblogging the State of the Union Address at 89pm Eastern, if I can drag myself out of depression.  Electile dysfunction.  Whatever it's called.
Ed Morrissey / Captain's Quarters:
State Of The Union Live Blog
Discussion: The Strata-Sphere and QandO
Glenn Greenwald / Salon:
Today's FISA vote  —  This morning, I wrote extensively about today's vote on the FISA filibuster and related matters here, but am starting a new post now to live-blog the proceedings, which have now begun in the Senate (and can be viewed on C-SPAN here).  That earlier post should be read for background.
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Jane Hamsher / Firedoglake:
Dick Cheney Telecom Amnesty Bill Recap
John Bresnahan / The Crypt's Blogs:
Senate fails to get cloture on FISA amendments
Discussion: The Swamp and michellemalkin.com
Jim Oliphant / The Swamp:
What we do in the Senate . . . echoes in eternity!
Discussion: TPMmuckraker and The Foundry
Jane Hamsher / Firedoglake:   Dick Cheney Telecom Amnesty Bill Liveblog Thread #2
Andrew Malcolm / Los Angeles Times:
Breaking News: Rudy Giuliani hints at dropping out  —  Rudy Giuliani appears to be pondering an end to his long pursuit of the Republican presidential nomination.  —  In a meeting in the back of his chartered plane en route to St. Petersburg, Fla., a short while ago, the onetime …
Byron York / The Corner:
Judges: McCain Responds  —  I got a moment with John McCain, after an airport rally here in Orlando, to ask him about a report today by John Fund quoting some unnamed conservatives quoting McCain to the effect that, in Fund's words, “[McCain] would be happy to appoint the likes of Chief Justice John Roberts to the Supreme Court.
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David Mark / The Politico:
Poll: Obama trails Clinton in Calif.  —  Barack Obama continues to trail Hillary Rodham Clinton in California by a wide margin, according to a new Politico/CNN/Los Angeles Times poll, while John McCain has expanded his lead over Mitt Romney.  —  Clinton won the support of 49 percent …
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Carolyn Lochhead / San Francisco Chronicle:
Obama takes big risk on driver's license issue
Christopher Hitchens / Slate:
IT SHOULD BE NO SURPRISE THAT THE CLINTONS ARE PLAYING THE RACE CARD.  —  How can one equal Bill Clinton for thuggery and opportunism when it comes to the so-called “race card”?  And where does one even start with the breathtaking nastiness of his own conduct, and that of his supporters, in the last week?
CNN:
Huckabee challenges Romney over fried chicken  —  PENSACOLA, Florida (CNN) - Mitt Romney's failure to eat fried chicken with the skin on is nothing short of blasphemy here in the South, according to GOP rival Mike Huckabee.  —  Romney, of Massachusetts, dug into a piece fried chicken at KFC …
Andrew Sullivan / The Daily Dish:
Dick Morris' Insight  —  Yes, he has them - and when they're good, they're great: … It's the community organizer in him.  Only now the community he is organizing is an entire country.  I do think this is an important aspect to Obama's liberalism that provides a bridge to conservatism.
Dave Barry / Seattle Times:
An insider's guide to Florida's primary  —  On Tuesday, millions of Florida voters will head for the polls.  Being Floridians, many of them will become confused and drive into buildings, canals, cemeteries, other Floridians, etc.  But some will actually make it to the polls …
Discussion: The Daily Dish
 
 
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Martin Kady II / The Crypt's Blogs:
Rangel says Senate is “on thin ice” with stimulus add ons
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Ben / Think Progress:
Bush: 'Life's pretty comfortable inside the bubble.'
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Andrew Ferguson / Weekly Standard:
The Failure of Normality  —  The unhappy lessons of the Thompson campaign.
Peter Wehner / The Corner:
Barack & Bork  —  According to the Drudge Report …
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Romney Links McCain to Democrats — Even Kerry
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Stirring the Hate?
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GOP Bid to Block Amendments on Surveillance Bill Fails
Frank Newport / Gallup:
New York Poll: Clinton, McCain Have Wide Leads
Rick Klein / Political Radar:
Sharpton to Bill Clinton: ‘Shut Up’
Amy Waldman / The Atlantic Online:
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