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Monday, September 24, 2012

 





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Obama cancels election-season
meeting with Egyptian Islamist Morsi

Finally clears schedule. Now has time for sit-down
with Honey Boo-Boo and lunch with Snooki.
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Time to Suck It Up
Notice how the networks couldn't get Romney
turn-coat pundudes on TV fast enough.
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Diplo feared hit by Qaeda
Warning found in Amb. Stevens diary. Nowhere had
he written, "I scared there is a really bad
YouTube video out there."
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Obama Campaign Quietly Ditches Faux Flag
Finally, someone has said it...(Obama)"has never
been one to be deterred by bad taste."
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Obama brushes off Israeli pressure over Iran
Obama flips off Israel life-or-death plea
for help as 'noise."
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Michelle Obama to Congressional Black Caucus:
"our journey is far, far from finished" Transcript

No need to read this. It's enough to prove that
with 43 on staff payroll they let her talk
about riding on the Underground railroad.
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Does 1979 newspaper column shed light
on 2008 campaign story?

We are relisting this extraordinary article
in case you missed it over the weekend. This may
finally connect all the mysterious dots in the
mysterious career of a very mysterious man.
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Must Reads for Sunday, September 23, 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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