Skip to comments.Rush Limbaugh Live Thread (?) Monday Dec 18th, 2006
Posted on 12/18/2006 8:37:30 AM PST by MNJohnnie
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Rudy on Reagan and his legacy
This thread is terrible.
Hey, my brother.
If we send too many troops over there, we risk being received as occupiers.
We don't need more troops in Iraq. Washington simply needs to let the troops do their jobs as they did in WWII, and the White House needs to do to the media what FDR did in WWII (pour them a nice big cup of STFU).
Hey good to see ya
I don't understand why this deserves a top banner headline on Drudge. This is not that important a story in the news of the day.
WOW, Johnnie, just wow!
Hey Johnnie! You are right about Newt. If he wants to adjust the troop level, let him run for President. THe only people who have a say in that are the President, the SecDef, and the officers whose job it is to do the best job they can.
Is it Rush today or isn't it? His website does not say
I watched Newt on yesterdays MTP.....hard for me to believe that the above is Rush's response to what Newt had to say yesterday.........
Ready for the new Houston station? I felt bad this morning that Rush would not be on KPRC. LOL.
Obama Allure Tempts Team Hillary; Her black operatives are eyeing the other guy.?
by Geoffrey Gray | New York Magazine | December 18, 2006
Barack Obama's potential presidential run is creating a quandary for Hillary Clinton's African-American operatives. "I'm in a bad dilemma," says Bill Lynch, a Harlem-based lobbyist, political strategist, and former deputy mayor under David Dinkins. "He's reached out to have a meeting with us and I have not said no." In 2000 and 2006, Lynch was retained by Clinton to do work for her campaigns, and he was planning on working for her again in '08.
But the prospect of a "rock star" black candidate in the race changes things, Lynch says. He plans to meet with Obama's office in the coming weeks (though Kevin Wardally, who works for Lynch and consulted for Clinton, says she's still their first choice). Clinton enjoys a 95 percent approval rating among black voters, Lynch operatives note, thanks in some part to their groundwork.
Asked about losing consultants like Lynch to Obama, Clinton spokesman Howard Wolfson says: "I've loved working with Bill Lynch. The senator has loved working with Bill Lynch. And we look forward to talking with him about the future."
Rush's Morning Update: Exercise causes cancer!
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