Seal of approval

Obama has been winning some good press lately with a comedic endorsement by Borat and widespread praise for his speech at the Iowa's influential Jefferson-Jackson dinner, attended by about 9,000 Democratic state party leaders.

Obama has been winning some good press lately with a comedic endorsement by Borat and widespread praise for his speech at the Iowa's influential Jefferson-Jackson dinner, attended by about 9,000 Democratic state party leaders.

On the Republican side, Fred Thompson has gotten a small flurry of media attention lately with his introduction of a plan to “save” social security and scoring the endorsement from the National Right to Life Committee. That endorsement is generating a bit of controversy because Thompson does not support a federal ban on abortion, unlike primary rival Mike Huckabee, for instance.


Elsewhere on the trail:

A 2008 presidential candidate is now for sale on eBay. Starting price: 99 cents.

Clinton campaign “plants” question on global warming at Iowa town hall meeting.

NH marketing execs plan McCain holiday ad campaign.

Which candidate would you trust to babysit? Top answer: none.

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