John McCain told reporters that he's far too busy campaigning to respond to — or even pay attention to — comments made by his political rivals.
I'm not going out and saying, "Oh, what does Duncan Hunter feel about this issue?" I'm not going to do that. Life's too short.
Interestingly enough, Duncan Hunter feels the exact same way about Duncan Hunter.
Tags: Duncan Hunter, John McCain
According to Mediabistro, Ron Paul's rabid and acned band of paranoid neophytes has finally been effective at something. The Texas Congressman has been invited to participate with five of his fellow GOP candidates in the upcoming Fox News debate in South Carolina.
Duncan Hunter has been excluded, but he's probably just glad to be mentioned in the story about the debate. On behalf of the Hunter campaign, I say, suck it, Alan Keyes!
Tags: Alan Keyes, Duncan Hunter, Ron Paul
Each of the candidates is getting a free moment to spew whatever talking points they like. What did they choose? Here's the first two.
McCain – Nothing, really. Just "Please like me."
Hunter – Isolationism, Isolationism, Isolationism! Oh yeah, and Boarder Fence!
Tags: Duncan Hunter, John McCain, Liveblog
The New York Times has a great drawing today of four of the top candidates as members of the Fantastic Four.
The image, beautifully rendered by Barry Blitt, declares the following:
Hillary Clinton = The Invisible Woman
Barack Obama = Mr. Fantastic
Fred Thompson = The Human Torch
Rudy Giuliani = The Thing
TheInDecider already took a stab at comparing candidates to superheroes, but neglected to compare ANY of them to the Fantastic Four.
It's definitely a fun image, but I'm not sure I agree with Blitt's choices. I mean, come on, Clinton invisible? Thompson fiery?
Personally, I think that Duncan Hunter is the closest thing to an invisible woman in the race, though I do think Giuliani as the Thing is a pretty good match. As for the rest, anyone else have any ideas?
Tags: Barack Obama, Duncan Hunter, Fred Thompson, Hillary Clinton, New York Times, Rudy Giuliani