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Further Break Between Obama and Wright,

plus more on campaign transportation, here. Thanks to Michael Klein for the pointer.

Nathan_M (mail):
That's harsh. I wonder if Wright has left the "Obama for Prez" group yet.
5.1.2008 12:51am
Hoosier:
This can't be real: "Clown College" no longer exists.

I call shenanigans!
5.1.2008 1:42am
jccamp:
Ha!
5.1.2008 1:51am
Hoosier:
Professor Volokh: This is getting so biased. I assume that you will be posting fake news about McCain in the future, whenever that news happens (Doesn't happen?).
5.1.2008 2:02am
jccamp:
i just wish I were sufficiently clever to have written that. I'm going to steal that "not enough room under the bus" line, wait a year or two and use it myself.
5.1.2008 2:33am
BGates:
"Every day, Rev. Wright was sending Sen. Obama new Facebook applications like 'What Superhero Are You?' and 'What 1980's Toy Are You?'" Mr. Axelrod said.
I haven't kept up on this kind of thing. Is it true that internet quizzes that people used to throw together in php on college web servers are now "Facebook applications" which somehow justify the 50 trillion kajillion bajillion valuation for that site? The guys who came up with "porn star or My Little Pony" must be kicking themselves.
5.1.2008 6:09am
Gaius Marius:
Professor Volokh: This is getting so biased. I assume that you will be posting fake news about McCain in the future, whenever that news happens (Doesn't happen?).

Hoosier, would you like some cheese with your whine???
5.1.2008 7:43am
Brian Mac:
For Gaius:


Satire:

1 : a literary or musical work in which the style of an author or work is closely imitated for comic effect or in ridicule
2 : a feeble or ridiculous imitation
5.1.2008 7:51am
Hoosier:
Brian Mac—You'd think a Roman would know that sort of thing.
5.1.2008 8:06am
Brian Mac:
Of course, by satire, I meant parody...
5.1.2008 8:20am
Al (mail):

Professor Volokh: This is getting so biased. I assume that you will be posting fake news about McCain in the future, whenever that news happens (Doesn't happen?).


Hoosier, I think the New York Times has already signed up for that gig.
5.1.2008 12:06pm