Magazine November 3, 2008, Issue

The Week

(Roman Genn)


Closing Arguments

• The way this campaign is going, Obama might be able to go back to Trinity.

• Shed a tear with the bereaved — journos mourning the passing of their friend and hero, the good, old John McCain. McCain, they say, was open, honest, independent-minded. But age and the pursuit of office have turned him into a cranky, impulsive eye-gouger. National Review can speak with some objectivity on the matter, having endorsed other Republicans in 2000 and 2008. To us, he is the same John McCain: a lone wolf, driven by a sense of honor and a restless desire to do

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