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By Douglas Chalmers, January 11, 2008 at 12:38 am Link to this comment
Now that AIPAC has gotten everything they can from Bush, the Democrats won’t have to fall over themselves any longer. Pelosi won’t be the leading Democrat for much longer, though. Others will take a bolder step into the future.
Ironically, Hillary could become Pelosi’s nemesis. But she not only has to have the guts, she has to have the support of other Democrats. At present, they are all running after one lil’ ol’ “independent” Jew….... because, because!!!
By C Quil, January 10, 2008 at 11:27 am Link to this comment
The incomparable Mr. Fish does it again.
As Andy Borowitz said in his latest “report”, “No one can make Hillary cry like Bill can.”
By Miriam, January 10, 2008 at 6:04 am Link to this comment
The apparent anger of the cartoonist over Hillary’s resurgence is hard to fathom.
The occupation of Iraq and the looming war with Iran are the most crucial issues before us as a nation.
Yet on this most crucial matter, Hillary and Obama are virtually indistinguishable establishment Democrats, both equally kowtowing to the Israel lobby’s war agenda (although both have deviated ineffectually and briefly from orthodoxy at times in the past, and have quickly gotten back in line when AIPAC cracked the whip).
How can anyone much care which of them triumphs in this election?