Epithets like "socialist" and "fascist" enable people on the right to bond with each other and -- though they may not acknowledge it -- to alienate everybody else.
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McCain and Palin are running around the country pretending the GOP ticket represents the best interests of the working class and small business owners. It's all false rhetoric and no real action.
by Rima Abdelkader at NYCity News Service
Joe Sixpack. Hockey Mom. Maverick.
Even for those passionately following the presidential election, the ...
I've made a decision in regards to this election. I haven't announced my endorsement yet, of course. But I do know one thing very clearly. I don't care about Joe.
McCain came out swinging Wednesday night, but swinging wildly and not really connecting. He was about as embarrassing and unpresidential as, well, our current White House occupant.
He has now earned the ignominious fate of a public "court martial" in polling places all across America on November 4th.
Simply put, McCain left his "A" game at the office. In failing to land the needed body-blow, Obama gets the win. And while Obama's was a technical win, he did not perform poorly.
Like many Republicans, McCain has made it clear that he feels about unions the way an Alaskan aerial hunter does about wolves -- best when dead.
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