Hillary Is Full Of Sh*t, Part 2

Uncut Previews The ScarJo/Waits Record

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They shy away from actually giving it a thumbs up or down, but they don’t seem to hate it. More here.

Hil's Truthfulness Is The Only Thing Under Fire

Cat Power: The Black Sessions

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Aquarium Drunkard has posted a collection of Cat Power tracks recently recorded at France Inter. The material mainly consists of tracks from Jukebox. If you’re a fan they’re definitely worth a listen. Grab ’em here.

Clinton Team Proves To Have Zero Integrity, Again

Why won’t she just go away? From The New York Times

Mrs. Clinton’s advisers said they had spent recent days making the case to wavering superdelegates that Mr. Obama’s association with Mr. Wright would doom their party in the general election.

Meanwhile, her desperate supporters are trying to finance a revote in Michigan.

Why Isn't The Media Paying Attention To McCain's Creepy Pastor Buddy, John Hagee?

This guy makes Barak’s pastor, Rev. Jeremiah Wright, look like the Easter Bunny

For more on John Hagee, go here.
Also, if you missed Obama’s speech on race yesterday, we’ve posted it after the jump.

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Samantha "Hillary is a Monster" Power On Colbert


thanks Rumproast

The GOP Gets Behind Hillary

It’s like we’ve been saying all along, her candidacy would be doomed to fail. From the Boston Globe

For a party that loves to hate the Clintons, Republican voters have cast an awful lot of ballots lately for Senator Hillary Clinton: About 100,000 GOP loyalists voted for her in Ohio, 119,000 in Texas, and about 38,000 in Mississippi, exit polls show…
Spurred by conservative talk radio, GOP voters who say they would never back Clinton in a general election are voting for her now for strategic reasons: Some want to prolong her bitter nomination battle with Barack Obama, others believe she would be easier to beat than Obama in the fall, or they simply want to register objections to Obama.
“It’s as simple as, I don’t think McCain can beat Obama if Obama is the Democratic choice,” said Kyle Britt, 49, a Republican-leaning independent from Huntsville, Texas, who voted for Clinton in the March 4 primary. “I do believe Hillary can mobilize enough [anti-Clinton] people to keep her out of office.”