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Jonathan Martin / Jonathan Martin's Blogs:
Bush friend and Obama supporter raises McCain's infidelity  —  Liberals have been itching to get the issue in circulation for weeks, even more so after the John Edwards confession, and now a prominent Obama supporter has obliquely raised John McCain's admitted infidelity to his first wife.
Erick Erickson / www.redstate.com:
Rick Warren Sells Out to the Pro-Abortion & Anti-Israel Crowd This Weekend
Peter Wehner / Commentary:
The Obama Smears  —  There has been a lot of attention given in the last few days to Jerome Corsi's new book, The Obama Nation, which will debut at #1 on the New York Times best-seller list.  It seems pretty clear, I think, that conservatives should not hitch their hopes to it.
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Jon Henke / The Next Right:
Jerome Corsi  —  The French Revolution produced the saying “no enemies to the Left” - a mindset that has poisoned both the Left and the Right in American politics.  As a result, some figures who should be repudiated have, instead, become prominent representatives.
Mark R. Levin / The Corner:
Criticizing the Author and Not the Candidate  —  If you read the criticism of the Jerome Corsi book that is picking up speed in the liberal media, you will find much similarity and overlap.  The Obama campaign's effort to feed talking points to the media is having some effect.
Satyam / Think Progress:
McCain: Georgia conflict is the ‘first serious crisis internationally since the end of the Cold War.’  —  Speaking at the Aspen Institute in Colorado yesterday, Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) said that recent Russian aggression in Georgia is the “first...serious crisis internationally since the end of the Cold War.”
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Ryan Corsaro / CBS News:
McCain Meets With T. Boone Pickens, Dodges Question About Anti-Obama Book  —  From CBS News' Ryan Corsaro:  —  (ASPEN, COLO.) - T. Boone Pickens was waiting for John McCain in a small conference room at the Aspen Meadows Resort, where the two, according to Pickens, were going to be “talking about the Pickens plan.”
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Peter Hamby / CNN:
McCain rises to ABBA's defense  —  ASPEN, Colorado (CNN) - ABBA might be one of the world's most-ridiculed pop acts, but at long last, John McCain is rising to their defense.  —  Speaking to Walter Isaacson at the Aspen Institute in Colorado on Thursday, McCain found himself explaining …
Charles Babington / Associated Press:
McCain has no comment on anti-Obama book
CNN:
Body proves Bigfoot no myth, hunters say  —  (CNN) — A policeman and a former corrections officer say that on Friday they will unveil evidence of what they claim is their biggest find ever: the body of Bigfoot.  —  Matthew Whitton and Rick Dyer, a pair of Bigfoot-hunting hobbyists from north Georgia …
Discussion: Donklephant
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Jesse McKinley / New York Times:
Two Georgians Say They Have Bigfoot's Body
Discussion: Web Scout
Andrew Sullivan / The Daily Dish:
McCain Slimes Again; Obama Fades  —  McCain recycles the celebrity charge, sans Paris, and removes his lie about Obama's raising taxes on people earning $42,000 a year (while never acknowledging that it was a lie in the first place).  But the personal demonization of Obama …
Peggy Noonan / Wall Street Journal:
The End of Placeness  —  The end of placeness is one of the features of the campaign.  I do not like it.  —  Pretend you are not a political sophisticate and regular watcher of the presidential race as it unfolds on all media platforms.  Pretend, that is, that you are normal.  —  OK, quick, close your eyes.
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Blue Texan / Firedoglake:   Peggy Noonan: These Candidates Suck Because I Can't Tell Where They're From
John R Bolton / Telegraph:
After Russia's invasion of Georgia, what now for the West?  —  At least for now, the smoke seems to be clearing from the Georgian battlefield.  But the extent of the wreckage reaches far beyond that small country.  —  Russia's invasion across an internationally recognised border …
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Philip Stephens / Financial Times:
The vulnerabilities that lie behind Putin's belligerence
Strobe Talbott / Washington Post:
Russia's Ominous New Doctrine?
Discussion: Guardian and FP Passport
Gerard Baker / Times of London:   Georgia: Europe wins a gold medal for defeatism
Greg Sargent / TPM Election Central:
Obama Camp Unveils “Buy American, Vote Obama” Campaign  —  The Obama camp is pushing a new theme in Pennsylvania tomorrow — it's called the “Buy American, Vote Obama” campaign.  —  Here's the new logo, to be unveiled tomorrow and to appear on stickers and flyers in select towns around the state:
Discussion: Riehl World View
Hindrocket / Power Line:
RUSSIA THREATENS NUCLEAR ATTACK ON POLAND  —  Much is happening today in Georgia and other states formerly under the thumb of Russia.  President Saakashvili has signed a cease-fire agreement; Russian troops have nevertheless advanced within 35 miles of Tbilisi; President Bush denounced Russia for …
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Jon Keller / WBZ-TV:
Kerry For Vice President?  —  Keller's Blog: Kerry For VP Part II  —  BOSTON (WBZ) ― Barack Obama has yet to name a vice presidential nominee and some are wondering if he might turn to Massachusetts to round out the ticket.  —  John Kerry for vice president?  —  Don't dismiss the notion just yet.
Discussion: Liberal Values, Hot Air and Slog
Gallup:
Gallup Daily: McCain, Obama Tied at 44%  —  PRINCETON, NJ — If the election were held today, registered voters would be equally likely to vote for John McCain (44%) or Barack Obama (44%), according to the latest Gallup Poll Daily tracking update.  —  The Aug. 12-14 polling shows a slight dip …
Joe Miller / FactCheck.org:
Distorting the DHL Deal  —  An AFL-CIO flier and Obama campaign ads say that McCain cost Ohioans 8,000 jobs.  We say that's a distortion of the record.  —  Ads from the AFL-CIO and the Obama campaign claim that McCain is partly to blame for the loss of more than 8,000 jobs in Ohio.
Michael Goodwin / NY Daily News:
Barack Obama blinks in Hillary face-off  —  Russia rolls over Georgia, Hillary Clinton does the same to Barack Obama.  Now we know who's boss.  —  Obama blinked and stands guilty of appeasing Clinton by agreeing to a roll call vote for her nomination.  That he might not have had much choice …
 
 
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