What Blogs & Sites Will You Visit First on Nov. 5th?

Friday, October 31, 2008 \PM\.\Fri\.

Granting that this isn’t exactly a substance-heavy topic, I’m curious about the politically-oriented commentary (i.e. not hard news) blogs and websites that the contributors and commenters of AC visit. My first visits after I wake up on the 5th (and probably the last before I go to the night before) will most likely be:

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Counting Bishops

Friday, October 31, 2008 \AM\.\Fri\.

Last week I linked to a Deal Hudson article on Inside Catholic where he threw out the claim that 61 bishops had thus far issued “clarifications” of Faithful Citizenship in which they emphasized the preeminance of the abortion issue in this upcoming election. 

Michael Iafrate of Vox Nova responded with a post entitled “Misleading numbers, misleading claims” in which he remarked with characteristic restraint:

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Class and Classless

Friday, October 31, 2008 \AM\.\Fri\.

In this election there have been a spate of conservatives who have endorsed Obama, including Christopher Buckley, the son of William F. Buckley, founder of National Review.  Most of these Obamacons have chastised Senator McCain for choosing Governor Palin as his running mate.  I have been struck by how much of the Palin hatred is simple class snobbery.

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The Continuing War on Joe the Plumber

Friday, October 31, 2008 \AM\.\Fri\.

Helen Jones-Kelley, pictured above, supports Senator Obama for President.

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Catholics Continue Trending Toward McCain

Thursday, October 30, 2008 \PM\.\Thu\.

The latest poll* that came out today, the Fox News Poll, show’s that Catholics are still trending away from Senator Obama and towards Senator McCain.  The poll today show’s whiteCatholics are now evenly split, 46-46%, between Senator Obama and Senator McCain.  Previously in the Fox News Poll it showed Senator Obama with an 11 point lead among white Catholic voters over Senator McCain (emphasis mine).

The race has tightened in part because of changes in a couple of important swing voting groups. Independents back Obama by 5 percentage points today, down from a 9-point edge last week. Similarly, among white Catholics, Obama held an 11-point edge over McCain last week and today they split 46-46.

 

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Gianna Jessen Responds to Obama

Thursday, October 30, 2008 \AM\.\Thu\.

Senator, give it up.  When you tangle with abortion survivor Gianna Jessen, you truly are fighting “above your paygrade”.