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12:05 AM ET, August 3, 2008

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Carrie Budoff Brown / The Politico:
McCain: The original political celebrity  —  If Barack Obama gave new meaning to the term “political celebrity,” then John McCain helped define it.  —  He emerged as the most popular Republican in Hollywood following his 2000 presidential primary defeat, winning more screen time than the rest of Congress combined.
Discussion: Wilshire & Washington and MSNBC
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Washington Post / The Trail:
Obama says McCain Camp Turned Comment Into ‘Racially Incendiary Remark’
Discussion: TIME.com
Mike Allen / The Politico:
Obama calls McCain ‘cynical,’ not racist
Associated Press:
Obama calls McCain campaign ‘cynical’
Discussion: MSNBC
Nicole Belle / Crooks and Liars:
McCain Lies About His Support For MLK Jr. Day in Arizona  —  Liar, liar, Grampa McSame pants on fire.  Clearly, McCain is not used to the YouTube generation where you can no longer lie without a bunch of bloggers furiously fact-checking.  And the facts for McCain, they don't look so good.
Discussion: Hullabaloo and The Jed Report
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Ari / ProgressiveAccountability.org:
FACT CHECK: McCain Opposed Federal MLK Holiday, Arizona MLK Holiday And Key Legislation Aimed At Equal Opportunity For African Americans  —  McCain Claim: McCain Defended Opposition Of Federal MLK Holiday By Saying He Supported Arizona's State Holiday.  During a press availability in Panama City …
Ian Welsh / Firedoglake:   John McCain and the Art of the Big Lie
The Politico:
McCain is vetting Cantor  —  The McCain campaign is vetting Rep. Eric I. Cantor (R-Va.) as a potential vice-presidential candidate, a campaign adviser told Politico on Saturday.  —  Virginia Gov. Tim Kaine is a top running-mate prospect for Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.), opening up the possibility …
Discussion: TIME.com
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Bob Lewis / Associated Press:
In veep search, McCain asks Cantor for records  —  RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — John McCain's campaign has asked Virginia Rep. Eric Cantor for personal documents as the Republican presidential candidate steps up his search for a running mate, The Associated Press has learned.
Nicole Belle / Crooks and Liars:
Right Gears Up For “Armageddon of the Culture War”  —  PFAW's Right Wing Watch: … The collective paranoia of the Religious Right is downright scary; everything is a jihad for them.  Tom DeLay, that poster child for the Religious Right's grasp on ethics and walking in His shoes (/snark) …
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Kyle / Right Wing Watch:
Right Gears Up to Fight “Armageddon of the Culture War”  —  For two hours earlier this week, pastors gathered at more than 200 sites throughout California, Arizona, and Florida to be exhorted by national Religious Right leaders like Tony Perkins, Harry Jackson, Maggie Gallagher …
Discussion: D-Day
Chuck Todd / MSNBC:
Right strategy, wrong candidate?  —  Even a good strategy has to match the candidate  —  WASHINGTON - The hardest thing to do in politics is campaign as someone you aren't.  —  People can spot an imposter from a mile away.  —  The most successful politicians are the ones who embrace …
Discussion: The Swamp and Eunomia
Alex Leo / The Huffington Post:
John McCain Blames Rise of Internet on New York Times Editorial Board  —  John McCain shoved his spokesperson out into the fray today and armed him with these words about the New York Times: … This is kind of like saying the price of oil is on the rise because people like the smell of gasoline.
Discussion: Ta-Nehisi Coates
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Devlin Barrett / Associated Press:   McCain and N.Y. Times continue a long-running bout
Ellen Gamerman / Wall Street Journal:
When Voters Lie  —  It's a given that people fib in surveys, and this election season is especially tricky with race looming as an issue.  How pollsters are trying to uncover the truth. Please respond to the following statement:  —  People lie on polls:  —  Strongly agree  —  Agree somewhat
Discussion: TIME.com, American Power and marbury
Deborah Sontag / New York Times:
Immigrants Deported, by U.S. Hospitals  —  JOLOMCÚ, Guatemala — High in the hills of Guatemala, shut inside the one-room house where he spends day and night on a twin bed beneath a seriously outdated calendar, Luis Alberto Jiménez has no idea of the legal battle that swirls around him in the lowlands of Florida.
Jonathan Alter / Newsweek:
Where Have You Gone, John?  —  His zesty attacks on corporate greed and inspiring plans for national service are no more.  —  From the magazine issue dated Aug 11, 2008  —  In the middle of John McCain's dopey Britney & Paris attack ad, the announcer gravely asks of Barack Obama: “Is He Ready to Lead?”
Discussion: Daily Kos and AMERICAblog News
Stanley Kurtz / Weekly Standard:
Barack Obama's Lost Years  —  The senator's tenure as a state legislator reveals him to be an old-fashioned, big government, race-conscious liberal.  —  Barack Obama's neighborhood newspaper, the Hyde Park Herald, has a longstanding tradition of opening its pages to elected officials …
Discussion: Eunomia and American Power
 
 
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