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It’s sometimes frustrating as a reporter when you are interviewing political experts and strategists and they hedge on their election predictions. It’s also refreshing, because it seems like every day there is a new crumbling constituency whose potential for some of its members to... read on
October 2, 2008 | 10:06 am
A few readers haven’t appreciated the recent slew of anti-Palin posts, and one sent me this video, in which Joe Biden, who’s also been known for his gaffes, shows that if you’re a vice presidential candidate, you should, under no circumstances, agree to an interview with Katie Couric.
The vice presidential debate should be really interesting this evening.
October 1, 2008 | 8:15 pm
October 1, 2008 | 5:44 pm
The video I posted last week of Sarah Palin in a swimsuit got more traffic than any single post I’ve ever written. It took less than 10 minutes to produce and held no informative value. Like the traffic generated by the Montauk Monster, I’m not sure I like what those numbers say about the types of writing that draw in lots of visitors.
Anyway, footage of the Republican VP nominee at a 1984 beauty pageant didn’t stop with the swimsuit competition. Above she can be seen and heard playing the flute. Please, no “American Pie” jokes.
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