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* Stephen Hayes of the Weekly Standard:
"And It Is One Of The Reasons That We've Had Somebody Like Marco Rubio Come Out And At Least Offer The Framework Of A Plan That Republicans - Potentially - Can Get Behind." "This is what is interesting, we've seen the President, I think, rather skillfully, seek to divide Republicans on a variety of issues. I think this is the next one that he'...
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* Michael Warren of the Weekly Standard just excerpts Reed's post ( peekURL.com/zBh7Bab )
* ...as does "Weasel Zippers" ( peekURL.com/zGZhBvT )
* over at National Review, Andrew Johnson adds nothing ( peekURL.com/zNNSqF6 )
* "Lonely Conservative" adds nothing of interest ( peekURL.com/z3DDewT )
* Clay Waters of Newsbusters adds nothing ( peekURL.com/zATZJQZ )
Watch out world, because William Kristol is now a tea partier (link). After the memorable four words "my fellow Tea Partiers" he states that, in addition to the "the day-to-day work of a loyal opposition", he wants the Republican Party to:
be the party of the future as well as the present. It can be the party of fundamental reflection and radical choice as well as the party of day-to-day...
The latest news on the Obama healthcare front is that the "death panels" part of the legislation - the part that doesn't exist even though it does exist - cannot be repealed per language inserted by Harry Reid (link). The subsection about the "Independent Medicare Advisory Board" says:
it shall not be in order in the senate or the house of representatives to consider any bill, resolution,...