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Political Browser Launches

The Washington Post today launched Political Browser, a new politics aggregating site where you'll find Ben Pershing writing The Takeaway blog and the political staff of The Washington Post weighing in every day on the day's most important political stories, polls, videos, facts, statistics and photos from around the Web.

We hope you'll make Political Browser your go-to page for finding the best -- and most provocative -- reporting and video on the presidential campaign, as well as key races for Congress and statehouses.

The page will be updated throughout the day, so check it out again and again for the best take on news and analysis that is shaping the day's political conversation.

By Web Politics Editor  |  September 22, 2008; 11:30 AM ET
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Is Obama Another Dukakis?
Why is Obama so vapid, hesitant, and gutless?
By Christopher Hitchens
Updated Monday, Sept. 22, 2008, Slate

"...I ran into a rather clever Republican operative at the airport last week, who pointed out to me that this ought by rights to be a Democratic Party year across the board, from the White House to the Congress to the gubernatorial races. But there was a crucial energy leak, and it came from the very top. More people doubted Obama's qualifications for the presidency in September than had told the pollsters they had doubted these credentials in July. "So what he ought to do," smiled this man, "is spend his time closing that gap and less time attacking McCain." Obama's party hacks, increasingly white and even green about the gills, are telling him to do the opposite. I suppose this could even mean that Sarah Palin, down the road, will end up holding the door open for Hillary Clinton. Such joy!"

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