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Friday, November 23, 2012

 





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Why was there war in Gaza?
Time to answer the nitty-gritty questions.
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Fail: Lone Union Worker Walks Out of Walmart
Question-How come unions don’t target Target?
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Revealed: Meet the Republican candidate that the
Obama campaign feared most

Huntsman who?
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Swift Boat vet: We’re ‘ready to go’
Kerry really? Who wants to hear ‘Ghengis Khan’ again?
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Pictured: How Cambodia's first lady mocked President
Obama with a handshake greeting typically reserved for servants

More proof we’ve lost respect globally.
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Probe eyes any Petraeus staff role in Broadwell obtaining
sensitive documents

Oh, good. For a while there we thought everyone had forgotten about the general.
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For Fourth Straight Year, Obama's Thanksgiving Message
Doesn't Thank God

Maybe he thanked himself later.
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The GOP and Racism, Yet Again
Do you remember what they called Condi?
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Must Reads for Thursday, November 22, 2012
Yesterday's Must-Reads for those who missed.
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Ldotter Note: Don't Forget to Visit TheConnection
The Place Where Eagles Gather.
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