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Thursday, 26 April 2007

With friends like these

McCain Launches Candidacy With Bush Critique - New York Times

Ah, spring has sproinged in the northern hemisphere and eager-beaver presidential candidates in the USA are ramping up their phony election campaigns before the primaries kick off in fall.
It's heartening to know that even Republican old boots like John McCain are campaigning against George "Dubya" Bush.
Let's just hope it does them no good at all. They're all tarred with the same brush.


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Isn't it amazing? Who would have thought an election was on the horizon.

Those interested might like to check this out:


It's John Stewart speaking with John McCain. The sad thing is that he asks harder questions that McCain has had in years - and the guy is supposed to be a satirist/comedian. I don't know what it says about journalism in America...