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Obama Hasn't Closed the Sale Wall Street Journal | Barack Obama is well ahead of John McCain in most polls, but Karl Rove says: Not so fast.
Let It Seethe TPMtv | This isn't something to read, unless you count facial expressions. But it's hard to resist one of the many mash-ups flourishing on liberal blogs highlighting McCain's odd assortment of grunts, eye-rolls and other tics during Wednesday's debate.
Buckley Bows Out of National Review The Daily Beast | Tensions are high in the conservative blogosphere: Consider the case of Christopher Buckley, who was (maybe) shoved out of the magazine founded by his father, National Review, for endorsing Obama.
McCain Tax Jab Overlooks His Own Proposal ABC News | As McCain presses his allegation that Obama is a closet tax-raiser, ABC News has an interesting look at an arcane but important fight between the campaigns over what is, or is not, a tax cut.
'We Tried Not to Cross the Line of Truth' Washington Post | On the opening day for "W," my fellow White House reporter, Michael Abramowitz, writes about a revealing interview with Oliver Stone.

By Ben Pershing  |  October 17, 2008; 7:42 AM ET
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If the heart of Israfil is a loot as Arabian legend has it, then the heart of each one of them is the full page ad. It's what we mean when we say that a man lies like the Philadelphia press. The ad dollars are about to pour in with the endorsements of course. Same old thing and it never changes. Some lines never get crossed and some i's never get dotted.
Yoi!

Posted by: Anonymous | October 18, 2008 11:57 AM

Polls
"It's over. Obama won." Carlson
You guys can burn down the church now.
Cromwell.

Posted by: Anonymous | October 20, 2008 5:10 AM

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