2008 Elections News from Digg

Last updated on Sun, 14 Oct 2007
Washingtonpost.com gives Ron Paul a fair interview!!!
Digg news 2008 elections, Sun, 14 Oct 2007
Washington Post's Michael Shear interviews Ron Paul and talks about coming across angry, raising $5 million, and whether he'll seek a third party bid for the presidency. No set-up questions or antagonism--just a good straight interview. In other words, not the norm for a Paul interview from the MSM. Also broadcast on XM Radio, POTUS08 channel.
Fun Facts about the Major Presidential Candidates and Religion...
Digg news 2008 elections, Sat, 13 Oct 2007
Meet the Candidates: How well do you know your presidential hopefuls? Radar helpful voter's guide compiles a few fun facts they left off their resumes about Jesus and Christianity.
Giuliani Ramps Up Iran Hawkishness, Hires Neo Con Michael Rubin
Digg news 2008 elections, Fri, 12 Oct 2007
Giuliani's latest hire, neo con Iraq/Iran war cheerleader Michael Rubin, is just another indication that the former mayor of New York City is living in la-la land when it comes to foreign policy.
Giuliani’s Delusion: Quickly Hitting Afghanistan Might Have Prevented 9/11
Digg news 2008 elections, Thu, 11 Oct 2007
While former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani portrays himself as an expert on terrorism, his actual statements and policy judgments usually reveal his ignorance. Last night’s debate was no exception.
CNBC GOP Debate: Warmonger McCain Strikes Again
Digg news 2008 elections, Thu, 11 Oct 2007
McCain on war with Iran: “A Possibility that is maybe closer to reality than we are discussing tonight.”
Giuliani Firm Accused of Stealing $10M
Digg news 2008 elections, Wed, 10 Oct 2007
A prominent Texas Republican (and philanthropist) has sued Rudy Giuliani’s law firm and a close friend and partner of Giuliani’s, Kenneth Caruso, alleging that Caruso, the firm and others schemed and conspired to steal and then cover up $10 million.
MSNBC: "Look Who's Crashing the Party!"; Paul Ranks 5th
Digg news 2008 elections, Wed, 10 Oct 2007
"By the way: We, uh, welcome back Ron Paul." National Journal has just released its new fortnightly rankings for the 2008 race, with Giuliani and Romney out in front, followed by an unimpressive Thompson falling to 3rd. "The media seem desperate to deal [McCain, 4th] back in, but what's going to happen to McCain if he loses in Iowa to Paul...?"
CNBC Republican Debate: Frontrunners Need to Make Room for Thompson and Pau
Digg news 2008 elections, Tue, 9 Oct 2007
Tuesday’s CNBC’S Republican debate in Michigan will be another test for the candidates but also for the major media company holding the debate. To date every televised debate has not afforded equal time to each of the candidates attending and to some extent has almost gone to the point of censoring some candidates. 
Obama, Hillary campaigns fail to pay for NH fair booth?
Digg news 2008 elections, Tue, 9 Oct 2007
Video report from a fair in Nashua, New Hampshire.The fair organizer accuses Clinton & Obama workers of failing to pay $100 booth fee! Asks them to leave. Ron Paul booth workers monitor the situation.
Neocons Rally Around Guliani
Digg news 2008 elections, Tue, 9 Oct 2007
The hard-core neoconservatives, who want to promote American values abroad by force, are rallying around Rudy Guliani as thier last gasp hope for continuing influence.
McCain and Giuliani Say Terrible Things to a Medical Marijuana Patient
Digg news 2008 elections, Mon, 8 Oct 2007
Breathtaking ignorance from two of the top GOP candidates.
No matter what the question is, Rudy says 9/11
Digg news 2008 elections, Sun, 7 Oct 2007
Rudy Giuliani seems to have only one answer to why he should be president: 9/11.
Elect Hilary, Go to War with Iran
Digg news 2008 elections, Sun, 7 Oct 2007
In case you missed it, check out the latest bit of legislation Mrs. Clinton supported.
Ron Paul interview on Good Morning America
Digg news 2008 elections, Sun, 7 Oct 2007
Ron Paul appears on Good Morning America on the morning of 10/06/07.
Ronald Reagan Described As "Unelectable"
Digg news 2008 elections, Sun, 7 Oct 2007
TIME- Monday, Jun. 16, 1980. While President Carter confronted Ted Kennedy at the White House, a much more amiable encounter reunited the two most eminent figures in the G.O.P. They had never been friends, and as recently as last March, Gerald Ford had described Ronald Reagan as "unelectable."