I dislike chanting nearly as much as I loathe activists. Annoying red T-shirt guy sure seemed to enjoy the attention he received lobbying for a leader-less movement. Something tells me we won’t be reading about him in any textbooks when he’s John Lewis’ age.
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It certainly doesn’t help your cause. Alex Massie writes, “Watch it and see if you don’t feel like starting your own oil company or burning anything you can just because you can.”
A Sunday profile, on Snooki? Really? Time to take your nose out of the air, New York Times.
It’s the party’s fault, not hers. This from the candidate who didn’t bother to hide her contempt for traditional shoe leather campaigning. Coakley bristles at the suggestion that, with so little time left, in an election with such high stakes, she is being too passive. “As opposed to standing outside Fenway Park? In the cold? … Continue reading coakley campaign: we’re not to blame