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Friday, October 12, 2012

 





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Krauthammer: Biden’s ‘disrespectful,’ ‘hugely condescending’
demeanor undid potential debate win

One has to ask, why is Joe Biden so angry?
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Biden contradicts State Department on Benghazi security
Biden accused Romney of spouting off about the Benghazi
attack before knowing all the facts. How long
before heads at the State Dept. start to explode?
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New York Times: Nothing 'significantly new'
in 'politicized' Libya hearings

Should this newspaper go under the canary or in the cat box?
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RNC: Biden interrupted Ryan 82 times
Nightmare Scenario 1: You are trapped in traction at
Mt. Sinai with Joe in the next bed. 2.You are on a flight from NY
to Singapore and find Joe is in the next seat. We could go on......
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EU 'to win the Nobel Peace Prize'
After Obama's win last year we thought this
endeavor had been totally compromised.
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LDOTTER NOTE: Hit again! Our apologies for
last night's crash. Thousands got on anyway.

Looks like the same wily Chinese hackers have targeted
us again. We're not alone. We hear our friends at FreeRepublic
got a DOS attack as well. Luis beats them back but they
come in droves like in the old movies.
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Must Reads for Thursday, October 11, 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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