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John McCain has offered “little more than willful ignorance, wishful thinking, and outdated ideology” to cope with the nation’s financial crisis.

Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama (Left), campaigning in Florida Tuesday.

“Now, I’m not dumb enough to get mixed up in World Series between swing states, but I think I may have detected a little pattern with Senator Obama. It’s pretty simple, really. When he’s campaigning in Philadelphia he roots for the Phillies, then when he’s campaigning in Tampa Bay, he shows love to the Rays. It’s kind of like the way he campaigns on tax cuts, but then votes for tax increases after he’s elected.”

GOP presidential candidate John McCain, campaigning in Pennsylvania Tuesday.

“Right now, unless McCain does something drastically different, McCain is in a deep hole.”

Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich, addressing a group of THE Repuiblican faithful in Macon, Ga,. Wednesday.

“You can come look at the signature logs, I think you’ll be very impressed (with how effective a safeguard the signature requirement is).”

Clark County Registrar Harvard “Larry” Lomax, at an editorial board meeting at the Review-Journal to discuss ACORN voter-registration fraud Oct. 17, after admitting the requirement that a voter match his or her written signature is the last safeguard against voter fraud in Clark County. Contacted Oct. 22 to ask whether Review-Journal reporters can examine signature logs from early-voting locations between the close of early voting on Oct. 31 and Election Day on Nov. 4, Mr. Lomax replied, “No,” INSTEAD OFFERING SIGNATURE LOGS FrOM PReVIOUS YeARS.

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