March 2008

Rosy Words for Clinton by ’90s Nemesis - New York Times


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Rosy Words for Clinton by ’90s Nemesis
New York Times - Mar 30, 2008
By MICHAEL BARBARO To Bill and Hillary Rodham Clinton, Richard Mellon Scaife qualifies as a charter member of the “vast right-wing conspiracy,” having bankrolled an elaborate multimillion-dollar campaign throughout the 1990s to unearth damaging
The Clinton Campaign Finds New Allies: Richard Mellon Scaife And Huffington Post
Clintons make new friend Seattle Post Intelligencer
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review - FOXNews - ABC News - RealClearPolitics
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On race, Clinton misses the call - Boston Globe

On race, Clinton misses the call
Boston Globe - Mar 28, 2008
IT WAS not 3 am, but Hillary Clinton heard the red phone ringing on racism. Without prompting, she began a teleconference interview Thursday with the Trotter Group of African-American newspaper columnists by saying, "There is an ugly perception which
Five Racial Absolutes Become Myths Town Hall
Keep important discussion about race in perspective Indianapolis Star
Michigan Citizen - Cornell University The Cornell Daily Sun - NewsBlaze - Manila Bulletin
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Mishawaka crowd awaits Clinton - Indianapolis Star


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Mishawaka crowd awaits Clinton
Indianapolis Star - Mar 28, 2008
AP MISHAWAKA, Ind. — Hundreds of people are waiting outside Mishawaka High School to attend a town hall meeting by Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton.
Hillary Clinton makes second Indiana visit WTHR
Quit? No way, Clinton tells crowd in Indy Indianapolis Star
Kansas City Star - Palladium-Item - WISH - South Bend Tribune
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McCain: We Can't Do Whatever We Want - WIS

McCain: We Can't Do Whatever We Want
WIS - Mar 28, 2008
By Jonathan Martin LOS ANGELES - Just back from a week of meetings with US allies in Europe and the Middle East, John McCain signaled that he would seek to repair the perception of America abroad.
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McCain's health plan fails her test - Los Angeles Times

McCain's health plan fails her test
Los Angeles Times - Mar 30, 2008
Neither Elizabeth Edwards, whose cancer is incurable, nor the presumptive Republican presidential nominee would be covered by his policy, she asserts.
McCain Health Care Proposal Would Exclude US Residents With Pre Kaiser network.org
John McCain's Health plan would not cover John McCain Capitol Hill Blue
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"Countdown" with Keith Olbermann Turns Five: Hurting Democrats … - Huffington Post

"Countdown" with Keith Olbermann Turns Five: Hurting Democrats
Huffington Post - Mar 28, 2008
Countdown on MSNBC is one of the best things about cable news. Let's face it, CNN has flatlined at 8 pm eastern and FOX still trolls the vast rightwing conspiracy.
Obama dons a blue collar Baltimore Sun
Clinton's message reaches blue-collar vote United Press International
Asheville Citizen-Times - Huffington Post - Press-Register - al.com - Grand Forks Herald
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Clinton Shouldn’t Feel Forced to Quit Race, Obama Says - New York Times


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Clinton Shouldn’t Feel Forced to Quit Race, Obama Says
New York Times - Mar 29, 2008
By MICHAEL POWELL JOHNSTOWN, Pa. - Senator Barack Obama had a few words of advice Saturday for his rival, Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton: Do not drop out on my account.
Why Women Back Barack Obama North Star Writers Group
Chelsea: Mom Better Than Dad Evening Bulletin
Bloomberg - The South Florida Times - Louisville Courier-Journal - Unconfirmed Sources (satire)
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Obama was the first to play the race card - Philadelphia Inquirer


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Obama was the first to play the race card
Philadelphia Inquirer - Mar 30, 2008
Quietly, the storm over the hateful views expressed by Sen. Barack Obama's pastor, the Rev. Jeremiah Wright, has blown away the most insidious myth of the Democratic primary campaign.
Liberals and Their False Idols Town Hall
Media Monday: Righting Wright Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
Niles Daily Star - FOXNews - Central Maine Morning Sentinel - Liberal Southwest Daily Times
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McCain Hopes to Use Past as a Springboard - Wall Street Journal


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McCain Hopes to Use Past as a Springboard
Wall Street Journal - Mar 28, 2008
By LAURA MECKLER and ELIZABETH HOLMES After a quarter century in Congress, Sen. John McCain sets out to reintroduce himself to the American public in the coming week, stopping in a string of places that shaped his family, his values and his career.
McCain's TV Ad Prompts Chatter Washington Post
McCain Begins 'Biography Tour' AOL News Newsbloggers
Washington Times - Newsday - The Associated Press - ABC News
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Edward's wife blasts McCain's health plan - AZ Central.com


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Edward's wife blasts McCain's health plan
AZ Central.com - Mar 29, 2008
ARLINGTON, Va. - Elizabeth Edwards, the wife of former Democratic presidential contender John Edwards, said she and John McCain have one thing in common: "Neither one of us would be covered by his health policy," she said.
Anti-McCain material hits mailboxes The Plain Dealer - cleveland.com
DNC: This Doesn't Seem to Be Getting Any Easier…Another No Good PR Newswire (press release)
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