Rachel Maddow hands Sen Inhofe his balls

Rachel mis-attributed a quote by Inhofe as being a hypocrite about stimulus funds being used in his state, so she issues an on-air correction.

Pray Rachel never issues an on-air correction on you…

Heh.  Ouch.

The Non-Apology Apology From the NY Post

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The NY Post has issued a editorial statement about “That Cartoon”. Here is the text of the editorial by Col Allan, in full, so you don’t have to visit their site if you have ethical reasons for not wanting to. (I don’t blame you. I went there so you don’t have to.)
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The Young Turks: Cenk Interviews Howard Dean

Cenk was asking Dean about possible replacements for the next chairman of the Democratic National Committee.  They talk about the 50 state strategy and the choice of Rahm Emanuel.  It’s a great interview in which Cenk asks Dean policy questions also.

Obama’s bailout plans at odds with Bush Administration

Obama knows what needs to be addressed first and that is the economy.  He has surrounded himself with some of the most brightest and the most qualified individuals to advise him on the best course of action.   Not surprising that it is at odds with the Bush Administration which is completely incompetent.

Politico

President-elect Barack Obama’s call for swift passage of a second economic stimulus package has put him at odds with President Bush early in the transition of power.

“I want to see a stimulus package sooner rather than later,” Obama told reporters during his first post-election press conference Friday, adding that if Congress and the White House cannot agree to legislation in a lame-duck session this fall, “it will be the first thing I get done as president of the United States.”

The press conference was meant to send reassuring signals to global markets that the two teams were working together on a smooth transition during these turbulent economic times. But Obama’s remarks also revealed some clear tensions between him and Bush when it comes to responding to the current crisis.

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