December 15, 2007

MAVERICK'S TURN:

The Register's caucus endorsements: McCain, Clinton (THE DES MOINES REGISTER, December 15, 2007)

The Des Moines Register’s editorial board has endorsed Republican Sen. John McCain and Democratic Sen. Hillary Clinton for the 2008 Iowa caucuses.

The Register, Iowa’s statewide newspaper, calls McCain and Clinton the candidates it believes are most competent and ready to lead.


Globe endorses McCain, Obama (Boston.com, December 15, 2007)
Senators Barack Obama and John McCain have been endorsed by The Boston Globe editorial board ahead of the first-in-the-nation presidential primary on Jan. 8 in New Hampshire.

The board wrote that Obama, the Illinois Democrat, fulfills America's need for "a president with an intuitive sense of the wider world,'' and that McCain, the Arizona Republican, ''has done more than his share to transcend partisanship and promote an honest discussion of the problems facing the United States.''

Posted by Orrin Judd at December 15, 2007 10:50 PM
Comments

Endorsements from liberal newspapers remind Republican voters that McCain is loved by the media and is the most liberal Republican running; he shoud have told them to keep quiet until after the primary ended.

Posted by: Captain Marvel at December 16, 2007 2:07 AM

People read their local paper, not National Review.

Posted by: oj at December 16, 2007 7:39 AM

Captain Marvel: How about the endorsement from the Manchester Union Leader (is that the correct NH newspaper?)? Is that a liberal rag too?

Posted by: sam at December 16, 2007 9:00 AM
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