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Robert Laurence "Bob" Barr, Jr. (born November 5, 1948) is the Libertarian Party nominee for President of the United States in the 2008 election. He is a former federal prosecutor and a former member of the United States House of Representatives. He represented the Georgia 7th congressional district as a Republican from 1995 to 2003. Barr attained national prominence as one of the leaders of the impeachment of President Bill Clinton. He joined the Libertarian Party in 2006. (More at Wikipedia)
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In a spirit of bipartisanship, let me offer in good faith three things I believe will be positive about an Obama presidency: 1) Obama has said he will end raids of medicinal cannabis distributors, or “buyers’ clubs.” The idea the ... (Read more...)
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From NBC/NJ's Athena JonesPer Obama spokesman Robert Gibbs, McCain called president-elect Obama at 10 PM Central."Senator Obama thanked Senator McCain for his graciousness and said he had waged a tough race. Senator Obama told Senator... (Read more...)
Vox populi, and that. Which is how we do things. A pair of contenders have faced the nation, run a relatively rancor-free campaign considering the circumstances, with nothing but the usual skulduggeries perpetuated by the usual suspects - who after... (Read more...)
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NBC News projects that incumbent Republican Roger Wicker will pull out a win against former Governor Ronnie Musgrove in Mississippi. With Kentucky's McConnell, Mississippi's Wicker, and Georgia's Chambliss - who looks positioned for reelection -... (Read more...)
UPDATE: CBS DECLARES THE ELECTION FOR OBAMA. Yes we can. Yes we did. Major hat tip and high props to Matt for following his wife's example in endorsing Obama. Thank God someone had a clue. (Read more...)
Let's get a jump on the well-earned finger-pointing. (Read more...)
How did the Obama folks win the state the McCain campaign had worked so hard to pick away from Democrats? "Overcame any doubt by focusing on the economy," says one Obama adviser. You might recall the doubts about Obama being... (Read more...)
On and on. (Read more...)
CNN's numbers. Bachmann rising, too. Coleman (Incumbent) 740,934 43% Franken 710,344 41% 66% precincts reporting Bachmann (Incumbent) 114,926 48% Tinklenberg 101,266 42% 61% precincts reporting... (Read more...)
A reader sends a photo he snapped of his neighbor’s garage on his drive to the polls. [...] Read the rest » (Read more...)
This seems to illustrate a few points. 1) Republican attacks on Obama on Wright (aimed at working class whites) and Iran (aimed at Jews) didn't work. Perhaps the Wright attacks even drove up African-American turnout. 2) Obama picked up most... (Read more...)
So Obama won. It's not the end of the world. Everybody chill out. 1) It's hardly a popular vote blowout. McCain kept it close in a tough anti-republican climate, and there's a still a significant proportion of the population that's... (Read more...)
So, um 2010? How's that looking for you? Whatever you're drinking...make it a double. At least.... (Read more...)
I don't know if this live blog format will work at all for longer postings. It's an experiment.... (Read more...)
Reports from around the country on what happened at the polls. (Read more...)
In 2000, we had the victory of a man and his machine. A raw exercise in power politics, which rested on a breath of the media wind on a still spinning coin, and the hard reality that all roads leaded to a rubber stamp Five in the court, and a House... (Read more...)
WilliamA tells me that with most of Murtha's less racist, less redneck counties in, it's: MURTHA, JOHN P. (DEM) 26,676 52.3% RUSSELL, WILLIAM (REP) 24,308 47.7% Assuming WilliamA's right that Murtha's centers of strength are already mostly banked,... (Read more...)
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