Friday, October 8, 2004

Friday Blogaround

Things are beginning to get intense in the presidential race, and bloggers are becoming more a part of the talk soup. Proud to be a part of the mix, here’s a look at what we in The Liberal Coalition have to contribute this week.

  • All Facts and Opinions on another presidential debate.
  • And Then…it’s the Last Call for donating to the DNC.
  • archy on the fine art of dissent.
  • BlogAmy seeks creativity (and by doing so finds it).
  • Chris makes some changes and requests some tech support.
  • Andante has insomnia.
  • The Farmer at Corrente has a list.
  • NTodd has voted.
  • Echidne of the Snakes goes to bat on Ann Coulter.
  • The Fulcrum notes that DeLay has lost one conservative ally.
  • The Gamer’s Nook has the real VP debate split-screen view.
  • The Gotham City 13 notes that school blueprints show up in Iraq right when Kerry goes up the polls. Coincidence?
  • Happy Furry has a caption contest (love the shades, baby).
  • Iddybud has high school photos (love the pompadour, Dick – bet you wish you still had it).
  • Keith at the Invisible Library imagines a different debate.
  • Jon at Kick the Leftist has Moore news.
  • Left is Right feels a draft.
  • Make Me a Commentator wonders if everyone should vote.
  • Musing’s Musings on the new Supremes session.
  • Pen-Elayne cleans out her in-box and finds some interesting things to consider.
  • They at Respectful of Otters have baseball predictions and ponderings.
  • Rick has the answer to the ultimate election question.
  • Rook’s Rant on an the AP’s “test run” of their wire service. Uh huh…
  • Upyernoz makes some new friends.
  • New TLC member Scrutiny Hooligans gazes into the future.
  • SoonerThought on the increasingly wacky Senate race in Oklahoma.
  • Speedkill on another debate – in Montana.
  • Steve Gilliard shakes the can for BlogPAC.
  • T.Rex on the differences between the Left and the Right.
  • Trish presages Hallowe’en.
  • WTF Is It Now looks at autumn foliage, CNN, and John Edwards’ voting record.
  • Steve Bates looks at Bush’s free speech.
  • Happy Friday, and welcome to Fort Lauderdale, Derek!