Brian Schweitzer is running for president as the anti-Obama.
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Paul Kane and Wesley Lowery
A plagiarism scandal complicates Democrat John Walsh’s uphill battle to win a full term in the Senate.
Winning isn’t the end goal for everyone.
New strikes in Iraq, Alexander wins by 9, DesJarlais up by just 35 votes, Walsh quits Senate bid, ‘Star Trek’ councilman running for Senate in N.C.
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Brian Schweitzer gives stem-winder at GOP retreat criticizing Clinton and calling Obama “stiff as a board.”
Winning isn’t everything in presidential politics.
The New York Times last week called for Snowden to receive clemency, but so far, few politicians have been willing to do the same.
In 2000, McCain caused a momentary stir reminiscent of Brian Schweitzer.
“When George Bush got a bunch of Dems to vote for that war, I was just shaking my head in Montana,” Schweitzer says.