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Tuesday, February 26, 2013

 









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Michelle Obama’s Oscar presentation raises
questions about the role of a first lady

Bore. James Bore: Michelle parachutes into
Oscar party. Lays egg. Flies off. #bwalk
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War profiteering, racial discrimination and a 'financial sham':
The allegations that cloud Jim Crane, Democrat donor
and Obama's golfing buddy

The company he keeps.
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Obama fiddled, Syria burned
Obama didn't just sit on his hands, he sat
on his polling numbers.
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Hagel confirmation vote looms
despite myriad controversies

Anti-Bagel Hagel vote up today.
Hold the cream cheese.
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Sequester and Ye Shall Find
At last you can get rid of that closet full of granola,
shampoo and toilet paper left from Y2K.
  •  
People Make Mistakes, But
Government Makes Deadly Errors

As long as we have thinkers like Thomas Sowell
we have a fighting chance.
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Must Reads for Monday, February 25, 2013
Yesterday's Must-Reads for those who missed.
  •  
Ldotter Note: Don't Forget to Visit TheConnection
The Place Where Eagles Gather.
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Must Read Archive [Last 60 Days]




As Lady Beast's mother makes her way toward the estate,
she is transporting the one thing that can save Dogton
Abbey....Fafoon, the famously kidnapped cat from last
year's fund raising who has been secreted in Ms. La
Vine's traveling muff since she left New York.
For Fafoon's history see video
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U7y6RZwdGxQ
produced by the brilliant Pingerproductions@outlook.com
Tomorrow, all questions will begin to be answered. And
while Ldotters have rallied 'round beautifully, there's
a shortfall that only Fafoon can handle. Live for adventure.
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Rush Limbaugh: Ted Cruz is
the closest we’ve gotten
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Posted By: Desert Fox- 2/11/2016 11:34:00 AM     Post Reply
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Fiorina calls it quits, suspends
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Donald Trump loves winning,
and he won just about every
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Washington Post, by Philip Bump    Original Article
Posted By: earlybird- 2/9/2016 11:37:52 PM     Post Reply
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Concord Monitor [NH], by Nick Stoico    Original Article
Posted By: NorthernDog- 2/10/2016 10:44:30 AM     Post Reply
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Donald Trump Built A Juggernaut
And Had The Media Pay For It

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Washington Times, by Charles Hurt    Original Article
Posted By: Carolina Kat- 2/10/2016 4:34:54 PM     Post Reply
Why does the mainstream media heap such scorn and disbelief on Donald Trump over his promise to build a great wall along the border with Mexico — and make Mexico pay for it? After all, Donald Trump has built a winning presidential campaign — and made the media pay for it. Mr. Trump’s second place finish in Iowa gave respite to the legions of media pundits and establishment flunkies who suffer the worst forms of Donald Trump Derangement Syndrome. They braced for a huge blow-out win in the Corn State. When it didn’t happen, it was like an executioner’s gun

   

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