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Thursday, November 20, 2008

Elections have consequences

And it's not just the reaction of the other world leaders. Do you think that CNN would have made a big deal of an incident like this even 6 months ago?




  • Maybe he had a cold

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 11:31 AM  

  • The Snub That Wasn't

    Media bias? Nah, couldn't be.

    Maybe Rick Sanchez should get the Dan Rather treatment.

    By Blogger NCReader, at 8:42 AM  

  • Gonna be a rough four (or eight) years for you, innit?

    I hear Prozac may help you with that.

    By Blogger Barry, at 9:16 AM  

  • Poor Rick Sanchez. His network just publicly ripped him a new one and called him a liar. Ragin admits that he likes being lied to as long as he likes the lies.

    Prozac? I've just bought a four year supply of popcorn. I'm going to be laughing my ass off watching as Joe Biden's test comes along and Obama proves that running a campaign for President is no preparation for running anything else let alone the Oval office. He can't vote "present" now.

    Maybe all those Clinton retreads will be able to bail him out. Change? Not hardly. Why didn't the Dems just nominate Hillary and get it over with? Obama's lefty supporters are already starting to complain.

    Well, I'll give him some credit. Maybe Obama is smart enough to not wreck his Presidency by get caught receiving BJs in said Oval Office.

    By Blogger NCReader, at 1:04 PM  

  • Yeah, they really hate him.

    Bush scores modest wins on economy, N. Korea - President garners international support as final term nears end

    LIMA, Peru - U.S. President George W. Bush snared fresh international support Saturday on the economy and North Korea, emerging from his final world gathering with modest wins and growing nostalgia about his turbulent tenure.

    Dogged by a collapsing economy late in his presidency, Bush came away with the commitment he wanted from Asia's Pacific nations: a pledge to keep trade flowing and shun protectionism.

    And Bush got a boost as the six nations involved in ridding North Korea of its nuclear weaponry agreed to meet in China in December, perhaps to finally lock in a disarmament deal.

    By Blogger NCReader, at 7:46 AM  

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