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April 09, 2010

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Frau Steingehirn

" it's kind of surprising that there has been no development since that time. "

narciso, you have hit on what I meant when I said that both Kerry and Obama are stuck in the past. It's arrested intellectual development. Perhaps that's what happens when you don't think for yourself.

anduril

how ham-handed the Soviets were in dealing with Poland and the inevitable consequences.

There are many deeply ingrained cultural reasons why the Russians have had so much difficulty in seeing their Polish issue straight. With right wingers in Russia accusing Putin of kissing Polish ass over this, you can bet this move in particular was very carefully calculated. Putin wouldn't have dreamed of doing this if he and his advisers didn't see this as very important for the future. It appears that the Poles see opportunities for themselves here, as well, perhaps to leverage their importance in Europe generally. Of course, that helps Russia, too. It's a complex, multi-faceted issue for all parties involved: Russia, Poland, all the rest of Europe.

Did I forget to say that it's important for the US, too? Well, it is. Backing out of the missile deal was a doable and defensible thing, but not the way Obama handled it. Compare Putin and Orthodox priests commemorating the war dead of hated Poland and all the historical and cultural baggage that involved--compare that to Obama having his DoS call the Polish PM in the middle of the night. Tusk rightly refused to take the call from anyone but Obama. Count on it--that very early episode in this Admin's foreign policy sent a message around the world about what to expect from our Narcissist in Chief.

Jim Ryan

Even if you have conclusive moral objections against nuking an enemy, there is no reason to say this out loud. Just say, "If attacked with WMD, we will nuke the attacker. The bombing would begin in five minutes." Then tell God you are only posturing. Keep it under your hat. This is common sense.

But I'm no Zbigniew Brzezinski. I'm sure experts like him are right and Ronnie was wrong.

Sue

I'm wondering which is more important to Obama, a Muslim on the bench or a gay on the bench? He could hit the trifecta if he plays his cards right. Black. Female. Muslim.

scott

Hoh man! Maybe he nominates himself!

Zero: I'm out of here dog!

Ayers: WTF?

Thomas Collins

Porchlight, best to you and your entire family on the new arrival. As to names, I would suggest Thomas Brady Porchlight, Dustin Pedroia Porchlight, Paul Pierce Porchlight or Patrice Bergeron Porchlight. But if you don't want to name him after Boston sports stars, you could always go with TC Porchlight! :-))

sbw

It will be a black woman. Liberal to the core. and hopefully a lesbian.

Nope. A nuked gay whale.

Danube of Thought

Gorbachev copped to the Katyn Forest massacre in 1990.

Janet

I've gotten too snarky about any identity celebrations...race, heritage, sexual orientation, female. It all seems absurd to me. The hoopla when Katie Couric became the CBS anchor. There were already tons of women on television news programs.
..and close to home, our Safeway had a sign "celebrating" gay and lesbian month last June. I wrote the company - "This sign is inappropriate for a grocery store. Any sign celebrating any type of sex has no place in a grocery store. Will there be a heterosexual month? Will there be a celibacy month? These are both sexual choices.
Please just focus on selling groceries."

Clarice

Whoever it is, we can be sure the crack WH vetters will do as good a job as they have with others--Liu for example--and the undisclosed stuff will create a stink.
C'Mon big guy, kick this over the top so we can get back to unraveling what you've already done.


Captain Hate

Count on it--that very early episode in this Admin's foreign policy sent a message around the world about what to expect from our Narcissist in Chief.

Absolutely. With Odummy making it clear that he doesn't care about Europe, the vacuum will be quickly filled. Vlad is playing chess and Bammy can't even master checkers.

PDinDetroit

Stupak and Justice Stevens retires - rats from the sinking ship. Expected, heat has been ratcheting up on Stupak on levels he did not expect. His bravado of "The TEA Parties did not run me out" is just cowardice turned outward.

I have this funny feeling that there is so much more hidden beneath the surface for this administration than meets the eye. They are so careful to "manage the narrative", it is what they are not talking about publicly that has me concerned.

Danube of Thought

Congrats, Porch. How about Scott Brown Porchlight?

Clarice

Hmm. Maybe instead of elections for president we ought to have the candidates play poker..winner gets us.

Jim Ryan

ZERO: ...burka-wearing black lesbian.

AIDE: But, sir, I don't think there's any way to...

ZERO: Find one! Now!

Captain Hate

Gorbachev copped to the Katyn Forest massacre in 1990.

He was less than completely transparent about it; by blaming it all on Beria, who was being disowned by everybody subsequent to Stalin, he shielded the central government. It wasn't until further investigations that the execution order signed by Stalin and other Politburo members was unearthed in Gorbachev's private archive.

Ranger

I don't see him sitting in front of a trading screen...

Posted by: Melinda Romanoff | April 09, 2010 at 10:50 AM

Nah, Barny wants one of those cush jobs like Rahm had at Fredie Mac. Show up for a couple of days every three months for a board meeting, sit there and say nothing, and pocket $250,000 a year (on top of his congressional pension). Get two or three of those gigs going at the same time, and you are set.

JM Hanes

anduril:

"Count on it--that very early episode in this Admin's foreign policy sent a message around the world about what to expect from our Narcissist in Chief."

Wow. Your thinking has certainly evolved on this subject.

JM Hanes

Many thanks to all who addressed my question about Hassidic attitudes yesterday! Is this a great place, or what?

centralcal

Ramesh Ponuru at The Corner has the following thoughts on the retirement of Stevens:

The Supreme Court vacancy is good news too. There are better and worse ways for the Republicans to deal with the impending nomination—I think loose talk about filibusters is counterproductive—but a fight over the Court this summer is highly likely to energize conservative constituencies. The issues that the fight will highlight, from national-security law to Obamacare's mandates to abortion, mostly play to conservative strengths.

I agree with his final sentence.

Clarice

Didn't Barney announce just the other day that he was forbidding his staff to discuss he Act with a former staffer who'd taken a job as a lobbyist for the bankers?
If that's how he thinks lobbyists should be treated, why would any bank hire him--certainly not for his political influence? Is it for his demonstrated knowledge on banking? The very guy who did so much to destroy our banks and who's lover was on Fannie when he was covering for its failures?

You just can't satirize these people.


Neo
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- The mother of a 16-year-old boy said she was only being a good mom when she locked him out of his Facebook account after reading he had driven home at 95 mph one night because he was mad at a girl. His response: a harassment complaint at the local courthouse.

"If I'm found guilty on this it is going to be open season" on parents, Denise New said Wednesday.

Aren't you supposed to be 18 to be on FaceBook ?

Danube of Thought

But Gorby's acknowledgment was the first time they stopped saying the Nazis did it. I remember it so well because the late unlamented leftist Alan Cranston had for years insisted very stridently that the Nazis had done it. I wrote him a letter asking him, "now that Gorbachev has admitted it was the Russians, do you still contend it was the Nazis?" No reply...

Danube of Thought

The SEIU is running third-party candidates in North Carolina. Wonderful!

MayBee

Janet- that WaPo article is interesting for a few reasons. First, it has a lot of unnecessary snark about people who want to claim Obama is Muslim. Why any reporter should care is beyond me.

But:

When the White House made plans for a March presidential trip to the world's most populous Muslim nation, it scheduled a visit to Besuki, not to the "wrong side of the tracks" Catholic school where Obama spent far more time. "They are very good at marketing" their presidential ties, said Yustina Amirah, principal of the Asisi school.

Despite Obama's much deeper ties to Asisi, Besuki has garnered most of the attention -- not all of it welcome.

During the 2008 campaign, some critics repeatedly asserted that Obama had attended an "Islamic madrassa"
as a boy in Indonesia. Since the Catholic school seemed an unlikely place to chant the Koran, the spotlight fell on Besuki, which at least had a mosque.

Appalled by suggestions that their alma mater was a hotbed of hard-line Islam, Besuki's well-connected and often wealthy alumni rallied to set the record straight -- and claim Obama as their own. In the process, Santo Fransiskus Asisi (or Saint Francis of Assisi) mostly got written out of the script.

You notice that Obama apparently shares no blame for not setting the record straight about his elementary school, nor for not scheduling a trip to visit it.
It is all the fault of the critics, and the alums of the muslim school having to fight against that.

Captain Hate

Point taken DoT; Cranston really had to be deep in the tank for the Soviets to come up with that howler since it was common knowledge what had happened even before Gorby mentioned it.

Randy Marsh

"Aren't you supposed to be 18 to be on FaceBook ?"

Facebook age limit is 13. But there is no way to enforce it anyway.

Kip Drordy has a Facebook page (LUN) and he is only in 3rd grade at Southpark Elementary. He also has no Facebook friends. Well he had one at one point, Kyle Broflovski, but Kyle finally "de-friended" him. Long story.

Ranger

The possibilities begin to sink in with some on the left. http://corner.nationalreview.com/post/?q=OWNlMGNiMzA0Y2FmZGViOGI4MWRmMTA5OGY5MDE4NDI=>The Corner has an except of a Nate Silver post. Here is his take on the Dem's worst case scenario:

And what if, for example, the Rasmussen case comes into being. Rasmussen has the Democrats losing the generic ballot by 9 points (and has had similar numbers for awhile). A 9-point loss in the House popular vote would translate into a projected 65-seat loss for Democrats. Or, if we adjust the Rasmussen poll to account for the fact that the Democrats' performance in the popular vote tends to lag the generic ballot, it works out to a 12.4-point loss in the popular vote, which implies a loss of 79 seats!

Bold in the original.

Danube of Thought

A guy at American Thinker muses about the Ninth Amendment and Obamacare.

I'd like to see a 14th Amendment "liberty" argument raised. It would be just the sweetest result imaginable if the Court were to strike it down and cite Roe v. Wade in the process.

Dave (in MA)

OT: Lurching toward a VAT

JM Hanes

Captain Hate

Thanks for the link to the WSJ column about Obama's choice of "black" on his census form:

The president has officially declared himself to be black—having checked the "black" box on his census form. Barack Obama rejected the option of identifying himself as biracial, which of course he is.....

Before 2000, Mr. Obama would have had to choose: black or white? But the census form was changed. Black, Asian, American Indian and white are no longer treated as mutually exclusive racial categories. Americans can check multiple boxes. (They can also identify themselves as Hispanic, but that is a separate question, since Hispanics are not considered a racial group.

I have long waited for someone to finally raise the point that Abigail Thernstrom makes. The assumption that someone who is biracial is almost invariably identified as black "rests on the great American racist notion that one drop of black blood makes you black." On my own census form, I checked "other" and wrote in American. I object to the question itself, but the fact that white and black are the only actual "races" included in the options, while the rest of the population simply chooses between 13 other ethnicities, is, itself, a noxious racist formulation.

Jim Ryan

His response: a harassment complaint at the local courthouse.

My response: legal disownment.

Ignatz

--It will be a black woman. Liberal to the core.

and hopefully a lesbian.--

Is Angela Davis a lesbian?
He'd have a fourfer; first black woman, first lesbian, first open communist, first traitor. Barry's natural constituency all rolled into one.

narciso the harpoon

Not to mention, wouldn't that admission earn you one heck of a ticket

Frau Steingehirn

Linda Darling-Hammond - Steve Diamond wrote about her more than a year ago. She is the Stanford prof. who espouses the social justice carp and, unfortunately, influences teacher education in the U.S.; she "focuses on school restructuring, teacher education, and educational equity." She was considered for Sec.of Ed, but Barry's basketball Chicago bud Arne "I don't need no stinkin' ed degrees" Duncan got the seat.

Educational equity is the Bill Ayers term for racial reparations.

MayBee

Does Barack Obama suffer from amnesia? Does he remember what school he went to in Indonesia?

E. Massa (w/Rahmalamadingdong)

you open the door. The light goes on

The light on the fridge works just fine.

It just can't keep my food beer cold anymore.

Why do Democrats hate beer?!?

Posted by: hit and run | April 09, 2010 at 09:39 AM


Too hard to put roofies in beer.

Jane

I had to laugh out loud this morning - Geraldine Ferraro was on FNC saying how concerned she was for Barack's health, because he was just running from issue to issue, all so demanding, and trying to accomplish so much, and he really needed to slow down and get some rest before his health was adversely impacted.

Ferraro looked like she had one foot in the grave. Has she had a stroke or something?

Is the Barney Frank rumor real?

RJ

On my own census form, I checked "other" and wrote in American. I object to the question itself, but the fact that white and black are the only actual "races" included in the options, while the rest of the population simply chooses between 13 other ethnicities, is, itself, a noxious racist formulation.

I did the same, since I was unable to find the box for either "Full-blooded Tanglefoot Fugawi" or "pleasingly light-peach colored".


My response: legal disownment.

My response: enjoy your Facebook autonomy from your barracks room at military school, where you can look out the window at the parking lot that contains no cars that I purchased or insured. See you for Christmas leave. Or not.

Sue

My response: legal disownment.

My response? Go ahead and find a cell for me because I would beat the crap out of a child of mine that did that.

Ranger

Is the Barney Frank rumor real?

Posted by: Jane | April 09, 2010 at 12:37 PM

Well, the fact that its a rumor is real. How true it is none of us know. But it would be a good way for Barney to fish for a nice job offer without having to actually call the bankers and ask how much they would pay him.

Janet

"pleasingly light-peach colored".

Ha! I could maybe check that box after glasater fixed up my photo...otherwise I'd have to go with redskin, and I have no Indian blood in me. Too many summers being a lifeguard!

Jim Miller

Democrats don't hate all beer. In Washington state, they are getting ready to put an additional tax on mass-market beer -- but not micro-brews.

There is something wonderful about a party that once claimed to represent the working class, putting an additional tax on the iconic drink of the working class, while exempting the beer they drink themselves. (They may be doing this in part because Washington has micro-breweries, but as far as I know, no big breweries.)

glasater

ISTM during the Bork hearings Arlen Spector referred to the 14th Amendment as one that although the nominee spoke to the questions during the hearings on this amendment "no one could figure out what it means".

glasater

Jim Miller--Don't you just really dislike this "nickel and dime" legislature in WA state?

Jane

Well, the fact that its a rumor is real.

Yeah, well that was a stupid question.

But where did anyone see the rumor?

Ranger

It was tweeted by Laura Ingram and posted in the Hot Air Headlines. http://twitter.com/IngrahamAngle/statuses/11881486919>Here is a link to the tweet

narciso the harpoon

So he's been stupid for at least 20 years, btw
it's just a coincidence that the big press conference is scheduled at the same time as
another speech in N Orleans today

Clarice

Drudge has it, too, I think.

Jim Miller

glasater - Yes, for many reasons, including that one.

Sharon says Obama sux

Hmmm.
Stupak announces his retirement the same day the Tea Party Express rolls into his District.
What fun!!!

Clarice

Oops, I was reading from the bottom and thought Jane's question was about Stupak.

As for Frank, reliable source on the Hill confirms it and says its for money.

That Hot Rod Lincoln.

What? Other people can lock you out of your own Facebook account? Nothing quite like being banned from your own life.
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Jane

I just looked at Earl Sholley's tweets (he's running against Frank) and he has nothing since April 5th.

Frankly I cannot imagine anyone hiring Frank, he is just so gross.

Ranger

As for Frank, reliable source on the Hill confirms it and says its for money.

Posted by: Clarice | April 09, 2010 at 01:14 PM

I can think of nothing that sums up the corruption at the core of the Democratic party better. Funny how all the class warriors end up bailing out and grabbing as much as they can for themselves after they've domolished the economy for the rest of us.

Clarice

Yeah, real funny. But it's better than them staying in office for life and continuing to screw us, isn't it?

Perhaps people will boycott his new employer as a sign of their distaste for the jerk.

Jane

Funny how all the class warriors end up bailing out and grabbing as much as they can for themselves after they've domolished the economy for the rest of us.

IMO every last one of them should be arrested, their assets seized and jailed in supermax for the rest of their sick little lives.

MayBee

My kids are perfect, thus what I'd do about things like that never cloud my brain.

Clarice

Same, here, MayBee. Perfect.

hit and run

Ranger:
I wonder if anyone from the White House preasured Stevens to do this right now rather than later in the summer, given how they desperately want to change the subject from HCR to ANYTHING else.

When a senior aide in the White House met with Stevens, the aide is reported to have said, "Listen, JP, we know, a seat on SCOTUS is a fu**ing valuable thing."

Sue

My kids are grown. So I can say whatever I want about what I would have done. Without worry of eating my words. I managed to raise them without them suing me for something.

Melinda Romanoff

I bet it's BlackRock that hires Barney.

Sue

Palin is kicking sand back at Barack in the playground...

And President Obama, with all that vast nuclear expertise he acquired as a community organizer, a part-time senator, and a candidate for president, has accomplished nothing to date with Iran or North Korea.

...

So, 'yes we can' kowtow to our enemies and publicly criticize our allies.

Yes, we can. But someone ought to tell the President and the Left that just because we can doesn’t mean we should.

http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/sarah-palin-obama-doctrine-advance-copy>source

Jane

Go Sarah go!

centralcal

Sue, thanks for that quote and the link.

I agree with Jane - Go Sarah!

No, you cain't.

Heh, Sue, I've thought for awhile that 'No, you shouldn't have' would be an effective slogan against Obama. Now it fits the Dems so well, too. And, it's a really important message about democracy, as well.
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Clarice

When you fight you should always go for the nuts , not the ankles, and Sarah--almost uniquely in national politics today--does.

glasater

Wow! What a powerful excerpt from Palin's speech.

Thanks Sue for posting it!

DGS

Congrats on the boy Porchlight.

Let us know what name you select. V 3.0 seends good, if a little techie.

DGS

Typo sorry, "seems". I'm taking typing lessons from the best.

Clarice

From Taranto BOTW:

Yesterday brought an email from Nita Chaudhary of MoveOn.org, which is raising money for a new ad campaign:
Republicans are on a rampage to repeal health care. It's time to fight their misinformation with the truth. We're launching a big campaign to make sure voters know how health care reform will help them and put the Republican lies to rest.
This reminded us of another fund-raising email, from last December. It urged us to sign a petition:
America needs real health care reform--not a massive giveaway to the insurance companies. Senator Bernie Sanders and other progressives should block this bill until it's fixed.
That petition was from MoveOn.org! Of course, the bill was not "fixed." The Senate approved it on Christmas Eve, with Sanders voting "aye." It became law last month when the House followed suit.
Now MoveOn is raising money to defend a law it called "a massive giveaway to the insurance companies." How dumb does it think its backers are? That was a rhetorical question, because apparently they are very dumb: As we write, the group claims to have raked in more than $183,000 from its latest pitch.

Danube of Thought

Despite the wobbliness of a couple of GOP senators, it looks (per Byron York) like the Repubs in the house are fired up to repeal and, short of that, de-fund the damn thing.

daddy

Haven't read a word today, but perhaps ">http://www.adn.com/2010/04/08/v-gallery2/1217986/bear-man-fined-no-jail-time.html?/2007/04/15/v-section_front2/143090_a1217629/a-black-bear-sizes-up-a-pair-of.html"> this is the guy we ought to put in charge of pacifying the Russian Bear.

He's a retired school teacher who just got busted and fined for years of feeding dog-food to black and brown bears. The pictures are startling. He appears to be better thought of up here than that guy who got eaten by Grizzlies a few years back doing that Disney Film, as sentiment seems that that guy was a showman all about himself, whereas this guy appears much more just taking care of his semi-pets and somewhat keeping it quiet.

Anyhow, he's now been banned from feeding them anymore, so speculation is what the heck is going to happen now when dozens of bears wake up from hibernation and go to this guys house for a free meal, and are suddenly denied chow. We shall see.

Clarice

Some pics, daddy! I read the story yesterday which only showed the bears in his yeard.

I bet others show up with food or air drop it.

Ignatz

--As for Frank, reliable source on the Hill confirms it and says its for money.--

--But it's better than them staying in office for life and continuing to screw us, isn't it?--

Thanks clarice. Nightmares tonight for sure.

Clarice

newsbird has next week's Obama schedule for those interested.

A sneak peak at American Idol:

http://go2.wordpress.com/?id=725X1342&site=newsbird.wordpress.com&url=http%3A%2F%2Fnewsbird.files.wordpress.com%2F2010%2F04%2Fbomo-idol.jpg&sref=http%3A%2F%2Fnewsbird.wordpress.com%2F2010%2F04%2F09%2Fnext-week-mexico-american-idol-nuclear-summit%2F%23more-7338/img>

narciso the harpoon

One of the more interesting part of her speech, which I didn't know about was that
Obama had closed a large source of uranium
, which made a mockery of the pretense that
he wants to pursue nuclear power

bgates

Obama had closed a large source of uranium

You know what they say, one source closes, another source opens.

I expect the next one will open above a metropolitan area somewhere.

Clarice

Continetti:
It's the agenda stupid.
ttp://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/wheels-fire

Charlie (Colorado)

Ferraro looked like she had one foot in the grave. Has she had a stroke or something?

She has multiple myeloma. It was supposed to be in remission but she's way at the end of the survival curve already.

JM Hanes

Clarice:

"As for Frank, reliable source on the Hill confirms it and says its for money."

I suspect the idea of Fannie/Freddie hearings in a Republican House may have put a little grease on the skids too.

Clarice

Well, now there's a thought but I suspect he'd be re-elected and would have more protection as a member of Congress, don't you?
You can bet any job he, Dodd, Stupak, et al takes after leaving will be subject to substantial scrutiny.
I think it more likely that they know they will be minority members in the House under the new Pelosi, winner takes all rules and it won't be fun.

Elliott

All you need to know is, you open the door. The light goes on.

It is advisable that one be certain it's not a washing machine, as all thrown into that appliance finish soaked and taken for a ride.

Danube of Thought

Obama had closed a large source of uranium

That strikes me as a bit off. All uranium mining I'm aware of in this country is done commercially, principally in New Mexico, Colorado and Utah. How could he close them?

Jim Rhoads a/k/a vjnjagvet

Michele Bachman for Speaker. Pass it on.

Clarice

Obama's nominee for head of DoJ's Office of Legal Counsel, Dawn Johnson, has withdrawn. Per AP

Pofarmer

That strikes me as a bit off. All uranium mining I'm aware of in this country is done commercially, principally in New Mexico, Colorado and Utah. How could he close them?

I have this inkling you probably have to have permits to mine Uranium.

Anyone have any more info?

Ignatz

--That strikes me as a bit off. All uranium mining I'm aware of in this country is done commercially, principally in New Mexico, Colorado and Utah.--

On public or private land?
If the former, shouldn't be too tough at all to shut em down.
Or perhaps he is closing known but unexploited reserves on public lands.
Any details narciso?

RichatUF

Pofarmer-

A blog post in re: U in AZ. Another federal land grab of 1 million acres around the Grand Canyon.

Don't recall this at all when it was going on-it happened last summer.

daddy

Obviously IANAL, but this story yesterday about trying to ">http://www.adn.com/2010/04/07/1216519/anwar-plain-may-be-proposed-for.html"> declare ANWR an official Wilderness Area would supposedly lock it up from energy exploration permanently, and make that decision non-reversable.

Perhaps that's how they could lock up Uranium Stateside.

But not to worry, Isn't there plenty of yellowcake in Niger?

Rocco

JMH

Please don't use Grease, Fannie and Barney Frank in the same sentence!

Captain Hate

JMH,

I received our census form today and filled it out likewise, which barely beat out a "Why is this meaningful/None of your damn bidness" response.

Danube of Thought

Look, at some point this stuff just becomes insane. This is from Fox News:

The Maine Human Rights Commission is taking heat over a proposal to ban schools from enforcing gender divisions in sports teams, school organizations, bathrooms and locker rooms, saying forcing a student into a particular room or group because of their biological gender amounts to discrimination.The little girls' room won't be just for little girls anymore, if the Maine Human Rights Commission has its way.

Jane says obamasucks

Please don't use Grease, Fannie and Barney Frank in the same sentence!

Rocco,

Are you in Barney's district?

How about you Dave?

Jane says obamasucks

OT: And I know a lot of you are not Beck fans but he had on a bunch of college kids today, all conservatives. A couple of them said that even the liberals in college are thinking something is wrong under Obama.

That gave me hope.

Danube of Thought

I don't believe this statement from the ANWR article can be true:

There's little precedent, however, for retracting wilderness designations by Congress, so once an area achieves such a status and it's signed into law by the president, it's permanent.


The congress has no power to enact any legislation that cannot be repealed by a subsequent congress.

Rocco

Hudson is in Patricia Walrath's district. I think Barney's more in the South Shore area

Jane says obamasucks

Barney is Newton but the district goes all over the place. It's completely gerrymandered.

Clarice

I'm with DoT on that one..

Clarice

National Journal--Reps should pick up 5-8 seats in 2010.
http://www.nationaljournal.com/njonline/po_20100406_1757.php

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