Hillary as Obama's Attorney?
The Columbia Journalism Review points this morning to mixed metaphors from the Los Angeles Times in its coverage of Sen. Hillary Clinton's speech last night at the Democratic National Convention. One LA Times article employed what the CJR describes as a "lawyerly lead," portraying her speech as that of a courtroom advocate making her closing argument for Barack Obama's cause, while another described her as "the good soldier." Here's that lawyerly lead, as published by the CJR:
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|6.||Resolution - 08-931 - Accepting a donation from Motorola of equipment and services, valued at $2,888,197, to be used for the 2008 Republican National Convention. (GS 3058335)|
Saint Paul RICO UPDATE/ PLAINTIFFS’ JOINT MEMORANDUM OF LAW IN OPPOSITION TO SUMMARY JUDGMENT - AMENDED
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Once election Primarys for US President - Google Search season ends, look for new efforts to fix the presidential nomination system
By Doug Grow Tuesday, Aug. 26, 2008
DENVER — Just months ago, folks were heatedly arguing over the nation's primary system and the power of superdelegates. Now, the focus is all on the fall elections. But the issue is coming back. Proposals abound for changing the system, and if successful, Minnesota could get its own presidential primary.
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