Daily Archives: March 28, 2010

Oops! Haley Barbour makes the case for the individual mandate

On “This Week,” Mississippi Gubnah Haley “Wet Kiss” Barbour spoke out about his state’s plan to jump on the Bill McCollum anti-healthcare lawsuit bandwagon. His reasoning? “I do not believe the United States government has a right, it has the … Continue reading

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Herald investigation: was Adam Walsh killed by Jeffrey Dahmer?

Fascinating story in the Miami Herald, which had two reporters investigate the case of the 1981 murder. Apparently, Dahmer was in South Florida in 1981, having been discharged from the military for alcoholism, and he had a job working at … Continue reading

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In case you missed it: the Crist-Rubio Fox smackdown **UPDATED**

The Buzz watches Fox News so you don’t have to. UPDATE: Okay, maybe you have to. I just did, and surprisingly enough, Chris Wallace didn’t do a half bad job. My takeaway: Charlie went negative on Rubio (relentlessly pounding Rubio’s … Continue reading

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New WaPo poll: to know healthcare reform is to support it

The key takeaways from the new WaPo/ABC News poll on healthcare reform (data here): support and opposition are split, within the margin of error (46 percent for, 50 against, with deep polarization among D’s and R’s) and Independents are split, … Continue reading

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Erickson tries to clean up for CNN, backs down on nasty comments

Erick Erickson, RedState managing editor and fellow traveler to the John Birch Society, appeared on CNN’s “Reliable Sources” this morning, and tried to clean up his act (which he must do for his cable television career to take off) by … Continue reading

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