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I Take It Back

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On September 28, 2010

OK, maybe he was right to praise himself — for the first time we have evidence that Richard Cohen is a very funny man. The segue from “practically, some suburban Jerusalem settlements won&

Shorter John McCain, justifying leading the filibuster against the repeal of DADT: “It’s outrageous to use a defense appropriations bill to deal with matters pertaining to the American military.” I don’t mean to shortchange his multi-leveled hackery:  I also enjoy his arguments about how outrageous it is to “force” legislators to take positions through the […]

Um…

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On February 21, 2009

I hate to break this to you, but Alan Keyes is inherently incapable of putting anything “back on a burner.” It’s more like putting the Obama birth-certificate non-controversy into a

QOTD

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On January 17, 2009
Sad, and yet true: Thinking back to George W. Bush’s farewell address it’s striking that the best thing the man can say about his record in office is that only once during his term in office were 3,000 people killed by foreign terrorists. And it’s really striking that other people in the conservative movement seem […]

QOTD

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On October 24, 2008

Commenter “Njorl” on McCain social policy: There are plenty of options for children with no special needs. They can: -Marry a beer heiress.-Get elected to Congress and get comprehensive me

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