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Having been reassured by a host of Republicans on recent television shows that all is well and good and thriving, I started to wonder some future headlines might look like.
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You'd think that a president would remain eternally grateful to a woman who helped deliver the presidency. But this is politics, and the woman is Katherine Harris, now known as the Senate Candidate from Hell.
What happens when the Candidate from hell greets the reluctant president, and grabs the president's hand in a death grip?
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My wife got this in an e-mail, with no indication of who the author is. Just thought I'd share it.
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Okay, I live in 21st century America, I read and I watch television. You bet I'm paranoid, because these are paranoid times. And paranoia does its job well, frequently supplying the real answer to the old "Why in the hell did they do that?" question. For example:
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You have got to see this...
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Lots of analysis has already gone into Cheney's shotting of Harry Whittington, but I haven't seen anything about trying to recreate the events as described by Cheney and the other witnesses.
But Thom Gunn undertook that dangerous task and describes the results in the Whidbey News Times.
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Proving that Iranians can be every bit as petty and simplistic as American politicians, an Iranian "confectioner's union" has decreed that there shall be no more "Danish pastries" in Iran. No, in order to punish the Danes for the publication of the cartoons depicting Muhammad, the country's pastry lovers will instead have to request "Roses of the Prophet Muhammad."
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As the White House struggles to explain the mysterious delay in going public with the Dick Cheney shooting of Mr. Whittington, and to explain how an experienced hunter could mistake a large lawyer for a small quail, it's only natural that the press seek information from long time colleague Donald Rumsfeld.
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