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Maine Senators Who Helped Obama "No Ordinary Republicans"

The Times' timely fawning over the two Republican senators from Maine who are helping make Democrats' big-spending dreams come true.

Not Everything Went the Times' Way on Election Night....

Wishful thinking about Democratic wins in Florida, Kentucky, and Mississippi failed to pan out.

Black Vote + Rage Over Max Cleland = Saxby Chambliss Loss?

The Times is still spreading the myth of Republican Sen. Saxby Chambliss's 2002 ad against Democratic hero Sen. Max Cleland, and looking toward a Chambliss loss in Georgia next week.

The Times Again Gets Enthusiastic About Kentucky Dems

Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky looks vulnerable, and the Times piles on. But the paper also led the cheers enthusiasm for a Kentucky Democrat in 2003, and the GOP won easily.

Steny Hoyer, Centrist? Since When?

Congressional reporter Carl Hulse has a bad habit of turning liberal Democrats into "centrists" or even "conservatives."

GOP Blamed for Failed Bailout Vote, Even Though 40% of Dems Opposed

Reporter Jackie Calmes: "...the House Republicans made the difference. Their mutiny captured just how much the Republican Party has changed from its 19th-century roots as the party of business and ...

Sticking Up for Harry Reid Against Sarah Palin

Reporter Carl Hulse: "Now Harry Reid is hardly thin-skinned and almost anything else Ms. Palin could have said about him might not have drawn much of a reaction. But to the former boxer from tiny ...

Obama VP Candidate Evan Bayh's Dubious "Conservatism"

Carl Hulse pushes the Indiana senator's "moderate-to-conservative record," a description utterly nullified by Bayh's actual left-of-center voting history.

Defending Ted Kennedy's Big Spending: "Well, That Is What the Government Is For"

Carl Hulse's tribute to Ted Kennedy: "And few are willing to take the risks that Mr. Kennedy has in attacking the big topics of the day, hammering away at the injustices he sees, leaving him ...

John McCain: Disqualified at Birth?

Just the latest flaky, negative story on McCain since he apparently clinched the GOP nomination.
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