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Baby talk. Well, I do suppose that it fits in with the mindset of the left.

Oh, no, the dreaded mindset of the left is back. If "the left" ever were as monolithic as "the right" fears, what a butt kicking might take place. But the left is not so monolithic and we are reduced to enjoying these small but increasing crumbs of comedy falling from the tables of the mighty. Oy.


I have another suggestion. Brownie ends up on "The Surreal Life 6," and he gets in the house hot tub with ex-video vixen Tawny Kitaen.

Brownie on the Surreal Life would be perfect. Or he could be the hapless guy there's always one of on the Apprentice. "Yes, Mr. Trump, sir."

Ooh, ooh, something with Jeff Gannon and Grover Norquist. Like, maybe they redecorate Rumsfeld's house.

Good idea! Gannon, La Norquista, Dreier, Mehlman and Man-on-Dog can be the GOP Fab Five.

Dammit! I like(d?) that show...

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