Electricity & Lust

The Week in Politics

Posted in Links, Politics by Sam Unsted on April 5, 2008

Money, Money, Money!

The London Mayoral elections are turning into an even bigger farce that before as Boris admits using blow and Ken has troubles sheathing his manhood.

The Guardian’s Dave Hill welcomes both revelations.

The Clintons have made a pile of money since leaving the White House.

Democrats in Montana are loving the extended primary season.

‘I can make you feel goood,’ is apparently what Barack’s slogan could be.

Mitt Romney has been losing a lot of friends.

The State Department is renewing its deal with Blackwater, the controversial and some may asserts, illegal, private security operation.

Marian Wright Edelman writes on the appreciation needed for Martin Luther King and his legacy.

Mark Penn, a strategist for Hillary Clinton, has apologised after it was found that he had lobbied for the Colombia trade agreement that Clinton herself opposed.

Do not start expecting her to quit though, according to Bill Boyarsky.

What can Obama teach Hank Paulson.

And finally, elections in Zimbabwe have rocked back and forth all week with the MDC claiming victory and now Mugabe finally starting to show his dictatorial colours.

Indeed, it’s going to be a messy finish to that battle.

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