Sunday, November 02, 2008

The Reaction in review (Nov. 2, 2008)

A weekend's reactions that deserve a second look:


Sunday


By Dan Tobin: "Getting schooled by an Indiana red-stater" -- Dan takes us through his interesting day as a phone banker for a get-out-the -vote-effort (+photo and 4 comments).

By Carol Gee: "Constitutional protections under fire in this election, or not?" -- Viewing current campaign issues through a constitutional lens.


Saturday

By Michael J.W. Stickings: "Sarah Palin, pranked" -- Michael insightfully reveals much more than we would ordinarily ever know about this Canadian coups: a treat that elicited several interesting comments!

By Michael J.W. Stickings: "The new ugly: More ignorance and bigotry in the McCain-Palin mob" -- Michael concludes, "Not all McCain-Palin supporters are like that, to be sure, but many of them are, and the ugliness, vicious attacks on Obama, some of it undeniably racist, has become a defining feature both of the McCain-Palin campaign and of its grassroots support."

By J. Thomas Duffy: "John Cleese on Olbermann" -- Cleese's delightful appearance was such a treat for all who loved Monty Python (includes video and bonus photo).

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