(Michael's head line made me laugh. BREAKING NEWS! THERE WILL BE NO ELECTRICITY IF OBAMA IS ELECTED! Sean Hannity)
Usually Coulter would have been littering our air waves for weeks now, but she has just suddenly appeared. C&Ler Kevin emails:
Democrats celebrate (high gas prices). Coulter thinks that "liberals" want us to live like the "Indians" and live in huts and yurts.
And the right wing nutbloggers are trying to say that the MSM has hidden Obama's January interview from the public, but that's a lie also as Lee Ward of Wizbang Blue emails me and says:
The interview was publicly released last January - and I wrote about it at that time including an embedded video. The notion that it was "hidden" and only recently discovered is a bald-faced lie.
And the idea that Obama would try to destroy the coal industry is ludicrous. By the way, I guess McCain wants to destroy it too. Hannity's producers have been pairing her up these last few days as the right is in "smear mode panic" against Obama with former Democratic pollster Pat Caddell for Jimmy Carter. Pat usually just backs Hannity whenever there's a new smear against Obama. And he's made a living out of doing just that since 2004 at least.
Pat Caddell, a FOX News Channel contributor and onetime pollster for former President Jimmy Carter, has made the rounds on cable television this campaign season, apparently being booked as a counterbalance to Republican pundits. But on almost every occasion, Caddell has attacked the Kerry-Edwards '04 campaign and the Democratic Party, reinforcing Republican pundits' attacks rather than refuting them.
An MMFA LexisNexis search revealed that Caddell has made 20 primetime appearances on cable news networks in 2004, including 16 appearances on FOX News Channel and four on MSNBC; three of Caddell's appearances on FOX occurred in the first half of September. In eight separate appearances on the FOX News Channel in 2004, Caddell -- identified as a "FOX News contributor," "Democratic strategist," "Democratic pollster," or "former Democratic strategist" -- appeared opposite Republican pundits. But on almost every occasion, he issued harsh attacks on Senator John Kerry and other Democrats...read on