'He's Not Black, and He Can't Represent Me,' and Other Political Stories

Mary Katharine Ham
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Posted: Sep 06, 2007 9:43 AM
But first a tribute. RIP, Luciano Pavarotti.



Buckeyes gettin' buck wild for Hill.

Union endorses Edwards, calls him "electable." Remind me, where is that last Democrat renowned for his "electability"? Ahh, yes, the Senate.

The AP exhorts: "Republicans, listen to Paul!"

Democrats' favorite fugitive off and running again, using Western Union for donations from the road.

Dems: We're the party of change...even though we're the party in charge. Maybe they can change the ol' Congressional approval ratings from 20 percent to 12 percent?

Gov. Richardson keeps it classy: Thanked for getting soldier's remains back from N. Korea after 50 years.

Reverse racism: "He's not black and he can't represent me. That's the bottom line."

California Republicans: These cons ain't social?