We have entered the surreal world of Republicangate, where distortions of truth and contempt for the law saturate the Republican brand.
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At Sarah Palin's speech with Michael Reagan, she was part cheerleader, part gladiator. She went after Obama, saying "we should never apologize." I was waiting for the "Ready? Okay!" Pom-poms, anyone?
We now have something outside ourselves to struggle against. A very real and tangible angst.
If McCarthy-era guilt-by-association is once again a valid political consideration, Palin, it would seem, has more to lose than Obama.
Palin is taking it on the chin, in my odd judgment.
Here's a uniformly negative collection of links, but hardly unrepresentative.
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Fox News's Greta Van Susteren conducted the first interview of Todd Palin since his wife Sarah was named the Republican vice presidential nominee. She...
With just 48 days to go in a campaign defined as much as anything for its Us or People Magazine style of symbolism, my question is: why isn't Michelle Obama being deployed more visibly by the Obama campaign?
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