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Clinton on Iraq: Victory is Not an Option

St. Louis, MO–Campaiging in Mooseknuckles, MO, today, Democrat Hillary Clinton gave supporters her strongest argument to date for an immediate, unconditional pull-out from Iraq. “You read the news,” she shrilled to the largely silent crowd.  “You read the reports the coming out of Iraq.  You know what’s happened during George Bush’s war!” The audience’s polite …

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Presidential Campaign Roundup

We’re still 15 months away from the next general election.  Remember that.  Getting groceries and taking the kids to hockey practice are more important.  Two World Series separate us from the election, not to mention a season and a half of football, more than a year of  school.  A child born today will be talking …

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YearlyKos Review

The YearlyKos could be the last hurrah of this new hard left, the way Woodstock was the final note of the song of the Sixties. YearlyKos is a get-together of hard left bloggers organized by DailyKos founder Markos Moulitsas. DailyKos claimed, perhaps rightly, responsibility for the Democrat Congressional victory in 2006–much the way Hammas might …

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Obama’s Weird Chess Game

Democrat candidate for president Barack Obama’s bizarre chess game with foreign policy took another twist today. In remarks to a report, Obama seemed to formulate his nuclear policy as he went along: “I think it would be a profound mistake for us to use nuclear weapons in any circumstance,” Obama said, with a pause, “involving …

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MichelleMalkin.com Called “Hate Site”

Michelle Malkin responds to that unnecessary race of humans known as liberals. The liberals, it seems, have gone about calling her web site, michellemalkin.com, a “hate-site.” Other bloggers are jumping in to defend Michelle. I won’t. I think she has one of the best blogs in the business, but she doesn’t need my defense. First, …

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Hillary Hysterium

Senator Clinton asked the Pentagon to describe its plans to withdraw from Iraq. The Pentagon—specifically, undersecretary of defense, Eric Edelman—replied in the most appropriate manner imaginable: Premature and public discussion of the withdrawal of U.S. forces from Iraq reinforces enemy propaganda that the United States will abandon its allies in Iraq, much as we are …