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11:40 PM ET, February 23, 2008

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Clark Hoyt / New York Times:
What That McCain Article Didn't Say  —  BILL KELLER, the executive editor of The Times, said the article about John McCain that appeared in Thursday's paper was about a man nearly felled by scandal who rebuilt himself as a fighter against corruption but is still “careless about appearances …
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Jeff Jarvis / BuzzMachine:
What is the Times thinking?  —  The only thing more shocking that the New York Times printing salacious innuendo about a presidential candidate is its editor not understanding why this caused controversy.  I'm not sure whether he's isolated or clueless or issuing cynical spin.
Stephen F. Hayes / Weekly Standard:
New York Times vs.
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Patrick Healy / New York Times:
Soldiering On, but Somber as the Horizon Darkens  —  To her longtime friends, Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton sounds unusually philosophical on the phone these days.  She rarely uses phrases like “when I'm president” anymore.  Somber at times, determined at others, she talks to aides …
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Julie Bosman / The Caucus:
Clinton Slams Obama Tactics  —  Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton criticized Senator Barack Obama's campaign for sending out fliers that she contends misrepresent her positions.  (Photo: David Kohl/Associated Press)  —  CINCINNATI - Accusing the Obama campaign of using tactics …
Domenico Montanaro / MSNBC:
OBAMA DEFENDS ‘LIBERAL’ LABEL  —  From NBC/NJ's Aswini Anburajan  —  AUSTIN, Texas — In the shadow of the state capitol that provided the United States with one of the most conservative presidents in recent history, Obama last night railed against the charge that being “liberal” was a bad thing.
Discussion: Open Left and Sister Toldjah
Kenneth P. Vogel / The Politico:
HRC: ‘Shame on you, Barack Obama’  —  CINCINNATI, Ohio — Hillary Rodham Clinton ripped Barack Obama Saturday for mailings his campaign is sending to Ohio voters that Clinton said distorted her record on NAFTA and universal health care.  —  “Shame on you, Barack Obama,” …
Matthew Yglesias:
The Re-Up  —  I think the NAFTA mailing that comes in for secondary discussion in this article is harsh but well within the bounds of basic politics.  The health care flier is, however, pretty seriously dishonest as other Obama fans have noted in earlier incarnations.
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CNN:
Clinton to Obama: ‘Shame on you’  —  (CNN) — A visibly angry Sen. Hillary Clinton lashed out Saturday at Sen. Barack Obama over campaign literature that she said he knows is “blatantly false.”  —  Clinton jabbed the air with her hands as she told a crowd in Cincinnati, Ohio …
Liz Sidoti / Associated Press:
Former Paxson Exec Denies McCain Meeting  —  WASHINGTON (AP) — A former Paxson Communications president said Saturday he never met with John McCain about the Arizona senator writing letters to the Federal Communications Commission regarding the regulatory delay of a Pittsburgh TV station sale.
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Nicole Belle / Crooks and Liars:
Countdown: Did The NY Times Give The Right Wing Noise Machine …
Discussion: American Street and Hullabaloo
Big Tent Democrat / TalkLeft:
Yes, The DLC ‘Supports’ Obama  —  NOTE- The DLC does not support either candidate officially.  My post was not intended to state that, but to discuss why many DLC-type figure do support Obama.  Sorry for any confusion.  —  There is something both sad and hilarious about Kagro X's outrage …
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Hillary Clinton / CNN:
Obama: I'd get different treatment if I lost as much as Clinton  —  (CNN) — Hillary Clinton's campaign says it remains upbeat about the New York senator's White House chances, but rival Barack Obama said Saturday he would likely be treated differently if his campaign had suffered a similar string of losses as her's.
Kirk James Murphy, M.D. / Firedoglake:
Ugh!  Frankenfoods Again?  —  They're baaaack!  —  Yep - another post on Frankenfoods - the miserable mutant offspring of ancient crops...and the white-coat rapists from Biotech who jam alien species' DNA into the germplasm of our familiar staples.  —  Reagan/Bush and Grover's Club …
Elizabeth Rubin / New York Times:
Battle Company Is Out There  —  WE TUMBLED OUT of two Black Hawks onto a shrub-dusted mountainside.  It was a windy, cold October evening.  A half-moon illuminated the tall pines and peaks.  Through night-vision goggles the soldiers and landscape glowed in a blurry green-and-white static.
Victor Davis Hanson / The Corner:
Peter—the wager.  —  I still maintain that the Clintons (if she can squeak by in the next two primaries) will use every means to find a way to challenge, seat, or sway delegates to win the nomination, regardless of the aggregate popular vote or ongoing delegate count.
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