Post Archive

January 24, 2008

If McCain's goal was to make no errors, defend his tax cutting record and appeal more magnanimous and jovial than he is often made out...

Tonight’s dreary but polite debate made it impossible to declare a winner. No mistakes, no huge moments, no great, punchy lines. Softballs were served up...

But McCain did just fine. Rudy was good, but I doubt he did enough to save himself. Huckabee was charming until he shot a barb...

...goes to Mike Huckabee, who has been running as a Christian identity-politics candidate. With great solemnity, he vowed he would never run away from his...

John, the other reason, of course, to vote for Rudy is because the New York Times hates him. His best answer of the night....

He proves my VP theory correct by saying McCain's age is not an issue. Huckabee, who has been relatively quiet so far, gets in his...

Mike Huckabee just made the first terrible blunder of his time in these debates -- bringing up Mitt Romney's five sons and saying, effectively, that...

I want to second Daniel's point regarding the sheer meaninglessness of questions regarding campaigning, fundraising, and polls. Minutes ago, Tim Russert's question citing a...

This debate is dull, in large part, because the questions are so lame. Tim Russert and Brian Williams don’t have any deep observations on policy...

Yes, Rudy did show his good humor and personality on deflecting the "What happened?" question. McCain does a great job of responding to his mom's...

"Bill Clinton in the White House with nothing to do is something I can't imagine the American people can imagine....The last thing Americans need is...

Delightful answer by Giuliani on why his poll numbers have tanked -- comparing himself to the New York Giants and the team's startling victory in...