McCain's anti-Obama weapon.

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Feb. 11 2008 7:22 PM

McCain's Anti-Obama Weapon

If you're a Dem worried about 'electability' ....

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me and my girlfriend vote at heavily Latino precincts in Hollywood. Turn out was not especially heavy -- there were no more than a signature or two on each page on the sign in sheets when we voted mid-day, and the poll workers were saying things were slow.

12:03 A.M. link

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Tuesday, February 5, 2008

Pollster.com's Mark Blumenthal is liveblogging  and, more important, posting his own state-by-state projections based on public exit poll data. ... Should be faster than all the results that are better and better than all the results that are faster! ... So far it looks as if McCain is losing to both Huckabee and Romney in Georgia, but barely. ... 4:33 P.M.

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American Apparel, giant L.A.-based maker of mostly crappy t-shirts, has apparently sent an email to its employees  urging them to vote for McCain or Obama because Hillary has shown an insufficient "committment" to immigrant legalization ... P.S.: You mean a huge, rich company can send an email urging its captive audience of workers to vote for Obama, but if I spend $1,001 starting a Web site or handing out leaflets on the street for the same purpose I have to pay a lawyer to register with the federal government  as a "political committee"? ... Update: American Apparel's campaigning may be, you know, not so legal. ...11:31  A.M. link

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"It's all about the Giants winning," said Greg Packer, 44 ..." ... 1:38 A.M.

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Monday, February 4, 2008

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