January 25, 2008

Top Five

A quick rundown of the posts I have read during my travels around the series of tubes.

- E. J. Dionne Jr.: The Clinton(s) are full of it.
Clinton argued over and over that Democrats could not win without new ideas of their own. To reread Clinton's "New Covenant" speeches from back then is to be reminded of how electrifying it was to hear a politician who was willing to break new ground.

That's why the Clintons' assault on Obama is so depressing. In many ways, Obama is running the 2008 version of the 1992 Clinton campaign. You have the feeling that if Bill Clinton did not have another candidate in this contest, he'd be advising Obama and cheering him on.
- The Nation: Is Senator Harry Reid (D- NV) the Democratic Majority Leader or the Republican Majority Leader?
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid cleared a key hurdle for the FISA Amendments Act on Thursday, advancing President Bush's preferred version of the spying bill, a move opposed by the majority of Reid's Democratic colleagues.
- Election Central: Republicans McCain and Huckabee are full of it.

- Americablog: Rudy Giuliani never lets facts get in the way of a Republican talking point.

- Fan House: Are there any healthy Chicago Bulls left?


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