The legendary actor has passed away after a battle with cancer, his publicist says.
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In short, the headline about progres on the bailout would have been spun differently had the Senate leader been a Republican. Charles Babington gives voice to the Democrat leader while this easily could have headlined Republican opposition or even desention within the Democrat ranks. But, nope, Babington continues to act as mouthpiece for the left wing establishment.
Well, David Bauder takes the time to dis Palin along the way while writing his post-debate article, “Furious spinning on TV after presidential debate.”
“Obama’s campaign put forward vice Joe Biden for post-debate interviews, and he appeared on all the news networks. His Republican counterpart, Sarah Palin, was nowhere in sight.
Several commentators noted how Obama said at a number of points that McCain was right about something, which could either be construed as a sign of weakness or one in which he was willing to lead in a bipartisan manner. McCain pounded home the point that there were several things his opponent didn’t understand about the world.
“McCain very often seemed like he was condescending, seeming like he was lecturing Barack Obama,”said.”