Will Hinton, the Atlanta Republican blogger who once considered challenging Rep. Cynthia McKinney, notices that McKinney's Democratic primary challenger doesn't seem to be ready for prime time.
Nice selection of items at Basil's "picnic."
Vilmar notices that Jimmy Carter feels "lust in his heart" for the Bin Laden family's money.
Via one of those happy Google accidents, I found this thread by "Conservative Coulter Fan" at Free Republic. Standing firmly on the Rock ....
The Virginian finds that Free Republic's "John Huang 2" is ripping on the Democrats' "culture of corruption."
The former Democratic governor of Alabama, Don Siegelman, is trying to regain his old job in Tuesday's primary. Siegelman's also in the middle of a federal corruption trial. But the media in Alabama haven't been paying too much attention -- they're too excited about "American Idol" winner Taylor Hicks:
For much of the campaign, Alabama media have been focused on Siegelman's trial and another race: Birmingham singer Taylor Hick's winning campaign for "American Idol." The gubernatorial contest received little attention on front pages and the evening news until the final week of the campaign.
"I would guarantee more people could name you the 'American Idol' than some of the highest ranking people in state government," said Secretary of State Nancy Worley, Alabama's top election official.
God bless 'em!
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