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Archive for the 'liveblogging' Category

Liveblogging the Prezadenshal Dabayt

Tuesday, October 7th, 2008

7:30: “What don’t you know, and how will you learn it?” Obama answers the question he wished he’d been asked, like any politician, and says “here’s what I DO know…” and talks about his upbringing and how it’s helped form his world view. He edits his stump speech, in other words. McCain answers more directly: [...]

Andrew Sullivan Liveblogging the Debate

Thursday, October 2nd, 2008

I disagree with him regarding Biden’s slow start, but it’s a characteristically incisive and insightful bit of observation from Mr. Sullivan.

Veep Versus Veep

Thursday, October 2nd, 2008

Summing up: Palin kept her head above water, but her answers seemed random and erratic and, ultimately, unconvincing. She was exceedingly evasive in answering most direct questions and not very good at it, either. Biden: did what he needed to do. Passionate but even-handed. No real surprises; the guy is smart and experienced. He kept [...]

Liveblogging the Palin Speech at the RNC

Wednesday, September 3rd, 2008

7:32pm PT: She accepts! OK. Now that that’s out of the way…. 7:35: Will someone please tell her how to pronounce “Iraq”? “Nuclear,” too, while I’m thinking of it. 7:36: Pimp son for beginning his tour in I-Rack. Check. 7:37: Okay, spotlighting your Down Syndrome infant is pretty gauche. Let’s move on. 7:39: Congratulations on [...]