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Lakoff hits it out of the park

Wednesday, March 05, 2008 by Dave Winer.

I thought today would be a great day to interview UC-Berkeley professor George Lakoff on the Democratic campaign, who should have done what, and how his candidate (and mine) Barack Obama should proceed in the race with Hillary Clinton and John McCain. Permalink to this paragraph

Here's the 25-minute interview in an MP3. Permalink to this paragraph

http://sundaygang.com/lakoff/lakoff050308.mp3  Permalink to this paragraph

I think he hit it out of the park and I hope this makes its way into the Obama campaign. It's got so much more substance than the typical talking head stuff on CNN and MSNBC. Permalink to this paragraph

Update: Cross-posted at Huffington. Permalink to this paragraph


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