For now, Barack Obama's the man in the middle, not John McCain

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    Good read for some perspective on McCain's lead.

     
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    What centrist credentials for Obama? His record shows otherwise (what little record of actual effort there is).

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    Great article. Thanks. I wonder if the rightwingers will understand how very true it is and how, perhaps, this country (other than wingnuts) isn't into the divisive/wedge issue politics that have existed for the past 10 years. :clap2:
     
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    It's always interesting to see you scream " divisive politics " when someone actually takes a position intead of trying to walk that razors edge of non-committment.
     
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    country might not be, but voters in much of the south and lower midwest are
     

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