Sunday, November 02, 2008

These times they are a changing ...

Jackson, Mississippi's Clarion-Ledger joins their Gannett owned sister publication, The Montgomery Advertiser, in endorsing Senator Obama over John McCain. Their Obama choice for future reminded us of the undeniable fact that the 2000 version of John McCain might very well have won this race easily. They also tell us,
"Obama, 47, offers the character and achievement of someone his age that is exemplary, including election to his state's legislature, election to the U.S. Senate, editor of the Harvard Law Review and professor of law at the University of Chicago. Few candidates for president have ever had his intellect and academic achievements."
Finally, comments to the west are actually less reactionary than at The Advertiser. Then again, the Opelika-Auburn News has Letters to the Editor that are running which are scary as all hell. John Gunn

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