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July 14, 2008

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Is it possible for a candidate to set up a narrative of "the one people spread vicious rumors about," so that when his opponents make attacks with a factual basis he can just go, "Oh, there they go again with the slime. Remember when they said my wife wanted to kill whitey?"

The cover was funny. Let it go.

On a side note, the McCain Dr. No ad running on your site is hilarious. Way to stay in touch Johnny. Nothing like a 50 year old novel to really make those pop culture references sing.

I believe that New Yorker cover was actually meant to mock the people who supposedly spread the false stories depicted in the picture. The New Yorker is a liberal magazine. Its editors surely support Obama. It's noteworthy that people are so worried about Obama's reaction to something intended as criticism of the other side.

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