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  • CNN to Clark: How come Kerry's “physical courage” qualified him but McCain's doesn’t?

    07/02/2008 5:12:27 PM PDT · by rocksblues · 44 replies · 177+ views
    Hot Air ^ | 2:53 pm on July 2, 2008 | Allahpundit
    One of the dumbest things about the Clark kerfuffle is that because there are so many elements of military service that people respect, the narrow critique he’s offering against McCain seems almost beside the point. I see service mainly as a testament to character and fortitude; others see it as evidence of good judgment, and others as an important lesson for a C-in-C to have (i.e. “experience”) before committing other men to war. So far as I know, McCain has never staked his own wartime ordeal to any one of these, preferring to let voters draw whatever they find most...
  • N. Korea: Kim Jong-il Visits Chinese Embassy (photo)

    03/01/2008 10:17:38 PM PST · by TigerLikesRooster · 19 replies · 236+ views
    Greeted at the entrance Given a present Having a group photo taken Getting down for a talk
  • Who actually received the most votes in Florida's 2000 presidential election?

    09/04/2002 5:43:28 AM PDT · by do not delete · 99 replies · 2,336+ views
    Tallahassee Democrat ^ | Lance deHaven-Smith
    Al Gore. State election officials ultimately declared George W. Bush the winner by a margin of 537 votes, but during and after the election dispute, questions remained about the uncounted ballots of 175,010 voters, ballots that had been rejected by error-prone tabulating machines employed in many Florida counties. Confusion and conflict, much of it generated by partisan intrigue, prevented these ballots from being counted during the election controversy. However, in 2001 every uncounted ballot was carefully examined in a scientific study by the University of Chicago, which concluded that when all the votes were counted, more votes had been cast...