Time’s Up

Friday, October 31, 2008

Transcript

After these many months, the campaign season is finally coming to a close. All of the angles have been explored, all the polls parsed and the candidates thoroughly vetted. Or not. Politico’s Kenneth Vogel rounds up a list of documents that the so-called candidates of change never did produce.

Comments [3]

JAFFO from Vienna, Virginia

So Anna Marie Cox is having operating funds difficulty for campaign coverage expenses resorting to personal pledge requests that include incentives. I am surprised that her old friend Jessica Cutler hasn’t offered to help by offering her special talents at the peak pledge level.

Nov. 02 2008 09:54 AM
Matt from Arlington, Virginia

According to this segment the Obama Campaign is not the most open and honest campaign in history. OTM has committed a Thought Crime. Report to Re-Education camp on January 20th!

Nov. 02 2008 08:46 AM
fifth estate from oregon

As the election comes to a close, its important to examine the narratives that were explored and not explored by the media along the campaign trail as well. This truly was one of the more amazing election cycles; voter generated media activists truly brought a remarkable level of dedication to focusing on issues important to their causes. I thought this video, "Et tu, Palin?" provides a masterful use of satire and new media

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yrUN8oldj9o

Nov. 01 2008 07:49 PM

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