Robert Novak disclosed some insider speculation, today, with this: “Conversation has increased about the possibility of Sen. Joseph Biden (D-Del.) for Vice President, heightened because of word spread that Biden really wants the job.”
The question that comes immediately to mind, of course, is: V P running mate for Obama? or for McCain?
Our half-Republican friends (yes, we are optimists and the glass is half full) over at Sound Politics have inadvertently created the perfect environment to grow a species of internet spores; an organic structure whose purpose is the reproduction of rhetoric that can survive for extended periods of time in conditions unfavorable to them (like the Republican Party), multiplying rapidly until they maximize an existing habitat.
From the email underground:
This was a post on Mark Shea’s blog today. I thought of your friend “Joel”.
Suppose I walked over to your house, opened the door, walked in, and proceeded to deliver myself of a discourse in this vein: “You putrid scum! I loathe you and your vile ideas!”. Continue reading
The McCain team reveals its character, again.
DENVER, June 16 /CNW/ — “Colorado Right To Life is warning Dick Wadhams, the state Republican Party chairman, that by shunning their pro-life conservative base they’re headed for another election catastrophe in November,” said Joe Riccobono, CRTL president.
“Wadhams banned the nation’s oldest Right To Life organization from their state convention while he welcomed a radical pro-abortion group,” said CRTL vice president Leslie Hanks. Continue reading
NBC’s Tim Russert died of a heart attack on Friday. Only the deaf, dumb and blind can be unaware of this fact. Ever since the unfortunate death of one of the major players in the field of media and politics, non-stop media coverage has drummed this fact home to millions of Americans. Enough, already.