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June 06, 2006

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I don't put much "stock" in Tradesports: Clinton is at 45%, and Feindgold 3%. That seems way off.

That's a rather sneaky one, isn't it, to say "between them..."?
McCain has supported what some would term free-speech restrictions, via McCain-Feingold, and what some would term amnesty, and he's opposed a constitutional amendment banning gay marriage, though he opposes gay marriage as well. I doubt McCain-Feingold would really hit him hard even among primary voters, but immigration and the way the votes against the constitutional amendment can be spun might be big problems for him. He's safe on abortion and taxes, though.

Actually 45% Clinton, 3% Feingold sounds about right to me unless the Democratic Party is going to turn over it's primary aparatus to DailyKos.

Speaking of conservative attacks, did you see Coulter on the Today show this morning pushing her book? The woman must operate on pure bile. Crooks and Liars has the video here: http://www.crooksandliars.com/2006/06/06.html#a8602

I can't believe even Regnery would publish the sentence "I have never seen people enjoying their husband’s death so much." in reference to the 9/11 widows. Don't these people have editors?!

Believe what you like, but Clinton has issue issues.

Oh completely true. In fact I think if she's nominated it's almost certain she'll lose if not on the issues on her dearth of personal charm. But for now, the party muckety mucks think she's the bees knees. Once primary season begins they'll see how much appeal Hillary has in Iowa and the southern Super Tuesday states.

My money's on Warner.

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