“In the fourth quarter if you’re down a little bit you don’t say, ‘Well, OK, I guess it’s over. It was a nice game.’ No! That’s when you dig in and push harder,” said Sen. Sam Brownback, R-Kan., stumping for his friend John McCain in eastern Pennsylvania last week. Brownback warned that electing Barack Obama would allow “five people in robes” on an activist U.S. Supreme Court to sidestep the rule of law and find new rights in the Constitution. At the McCain-Palin headquarters in Scranton, the local roots of Democratic vice presidential nominee Joe Biden also came up. “I didn’t know Joe was from Scranton,” Brownback said.
“Neither did we,” answered several listeners in unison.
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