Electricity & Lust

The Day in Politics

Posted in Links, Politics, Sam by Sam Unsted on March 28, 2008

Yet more dynamic thinking from Camp Cameron. This time, his aim is on the economy.

Democratic party president Howard Dean says the race is getting a little too personal.

And he hopes things will all be settled by July 1.

There’s a lot of sniping going on during this primary-less period.

Here’s some polling on the scepticism over Obama.

Slate’s started the Hillary Deathwatch, rating the chances of her getting a nomination.

Al Gore is hoping the race will resolve itself.

Gordon Brown is going to bring up Iraq and Iran when he visits the White House.

Today though, he’s going after the SNP.

Ken Livingstone is targeting crime in his mayoral campaign.

Obama’s received an endorsement from Senator Bob Casey.

David Brooks praises the speech on Wednesday from John McCain. And some other, older speeches.

Voters in Pennsylvania are not feeling the love.

TruthDig asks if Wright was right about racism in the US.


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  1. Jacqueline said, on March 28, 2008 at 4:13 pm

    The media is trying to distract the voters from the issues that really matter. The last time that occurred we got George W. Bush and a trillion dollar war. If you want to stand up for the issues that matter sign this petition (http://go.care2.com/14529998) and tell the media and the world, “We won’t be distracted. Not this time!”

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