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Posts Tagged ‘McCain’s’

LAT In 90 Seconds

The Take-Home Message of this Todd Martens Post: Thank G-d for bad beer. Otherwise, we might never hear good music.

37856875-14172634.jpgSmurfs Head to Coachella: But their exact location is being kept a secret. Lest non A-listers show up. Or Gargamel.

cindymccaincareorg.jpgHere’s That Plagiarized Cindy McCain Recipe Story You’ve Heard So Much About: The thing that gets us about this, though, is that we’re so fascinated with turning our elected officials into standard, everyday folks that these kind of shenanigans are even necessary. Let’s just accept, can’t we, that the McCains, the Obamas and the Clintons likely eat out more often than we do. In the Clintons’ case, a lot more often. (That was a sex joke, by the way. Yeah. It’s that kind of day.)

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McCain Story: Who Knew What When?

capt.688e793e45884ead8e5c870bae99f10f.mccain_2008_scmc103.jpgKnow the adage that when the media start reporting on themselves, the story is over? How quickly, then, did this story of McCain’s alleged improprieties with a lobbyist evaporate:

HuffPo takes on the New York Times (kinda), questioning (but never answering) why the paper dragged its feet.

U.S. News reminds us all that Drudge had the story first.

Jon Stewart reminds Larry King that dirty politics is icky.