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Sunday, May 20, 2012

 





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Rev. Wright urged to stay silent until after 2012
After that, Obama will have more...ah..."flexibility."
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Obama: Stop Condescending to Women
Women don't need to be told they are good they
need to be told they are hired.
(Check out who wrote this piece.)
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Who Is Barack Obama?
The Question that Won’t Go Away

"...the nimbus of inviolability around Obama has been
seriously breached. Will the tingle be the next to go?
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Obama Campaign Responds to Breitbart 'Kenya' Booklet Story
Twist and twirl, duck and slide, shuck and jive.
It's not going away.
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A Song For Rev. Wright
He's got a little box......
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Must Reads for Saturday, May 19, 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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Must Read Archive [Last 60 Days]


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