Outrage at McCain--a loser strategy.

Outrage at McCain--a loser strategy.

A mostly political Weblog.
Sept. 15 2008 6:24 PM

Listen, Obamaphiles!

Outrage at McCain's "lies" is a total loser strategy.

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With my family, I took responsibility for my actions in 2006 and today I take full responsibility publicly. But that misconduct took place for a short period in 2006. It ended then. [E.A.]

Shockingly, this statement may be roughly accurate (except maybe for the "short" part!). But it helps to place a Clintonian emphasis on the year, 2006. "It ended then." The trouble is it started up again a while later, according to the newly credible National Enquirer.

After Edwards confessed the affair to his wife, he restarted it, and was sexually involved with Rielle when she became pregnant

Oh, you mean that misconduct. ... Hey, he didn't say he took responsibility for his actions in 2007. ... 12:43 P.M.

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Tuesday, August 12, 2008

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Bob Franken isn't buying Story #2. ... 12:21 P.M.

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