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  • Telegraph columnist and right-wingish Right Winger Simon Heffer is saying he's going to stand against Sir Alan Haselhurst if he refuses to pay back the money he's claimed, and Esther Rantzen, Lynne Faulds-Wood and former 80s pop singer David Van Day have also expressed an interest in standing.

    May 26th, 2009

  • For instance, had he depicted a right-wingish figure seeing the regular couple as the Muslim/militants he depicted, he would have achieved his aim.

    Leonce Gaiter: The New Yorker's Fear of a Black President

  • Although he's now a convert to the progressive cause and has been a good friend and supporter of Hillary, he's made statements in the past that sounded right-wingish and his opinions on a number of issues when he ran for president in 2004 were muddy.

    Obama's Veepstakes: The REAL Dream Team

  • Lind is a sort of right-wingish vital center whose put together a small cottage industry for himself writing about how much he hates other conservatives, originally focusing on the Religious Right and now focusing on neo-conservatives as well, which leads to a certain amount of overlap in topics with W.

    Ladies and gentlemen, the Libertarian Party candidate for the President of the United States of America

  • Myself, I've liked almost everything he did, even when he got all gnarly and right-wingish.

    Bravo Dickens ...

  • I see this post as kinda teasing Joe for his right-wingish tendancies.

    Firedoglake » BFFs

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