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Friday, February 15, 2013

 









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Our Incorrigible Media
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Obama made no phone calls on night
of Benghazi attack, White House says

Could have been upstairs watching this disgusting
anti-Islam video...hey, wait. An idea.
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Hero-worship for a cold-blooded killer:
The cult of Christopher Dorner

When we have news-noids like Beckel who asks,
"What part of the chicken does the wing come from?"
and Blitzer who asks if water sip will ruin Rubio
career, what can on expect of the Lo-Fos?
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Chuck Hagel makes history as first to be blocked for Defense
Well, not really. John Tower has that award but Hagel
is good to start payback for Benghazi.
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Obama Akin to Nixon, Bush,
'They're War Criminals,' Vents Cornel West

Someone forgot to tell him not to attack Obama.
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Obama insists he runs the most transparent
administration in history

Sounds like a case for Super Optometrist and
a serious vision check.
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A Video to Astound
In case you had a shred of doubt that the regime is unraveling
here's the "Transparency" YouTube.
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Must Reads for Thursday, February 14, 2013
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]




Wintoon vonDreele, a South African sports promoter attempts
to play on Lord Beast's sense of whimsy as he makes an offer
to buy the Abbey's 60,000 acres for a sports venue. Lord Beast,
thinly disguises his shock and asks him to kindly leave.
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