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I saw that. It's nicely done. And McHenry looked like a whiner, which of course, he is.

Here I was thinking maybe the guy was Paperwight. (Or, more plausibly, one of those people sitting behind him -- pw's from the Bay area, I think)

Speaking of the people behind the congressman, I love the look on the guy's face when Weiner really gets going on the "Republic" party.

Yeah, it's nicely done. And a decade too late. Why didn't some Democrat do it when Gingrich started that "Democrat Party" BS 15 years ago? So somewhere around 2015, when the world is a smoking, economic ruin waiting for the floods, some Democrat might say, "Hey! You know what? We shoulda impeached Bush."


Reid seems to be standing up to his friends across the aisle pretty well on Iraq. He certainly let out just enough rope for them to start swinging on the Iraq debate. And the beautiful part is that Pelosi gets to go to town now. Very West Wing.

Now if we could get the 100-Hour Agenda through the Dem-controlled Senate, I'd really be impressed.

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