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zorkmidden in Discarded Lies:
Blondie vs Condi
Do you think Condi would run against Hillary in 2008? I don't believe that Rice will run in the next presidential campaign, she has never run for office and she's repeatedly said she has no plans to, but she would be the most logical candidate for the Republican nomination if Clinton runs. I'm really curious to see who our next presidential candidates will be.
The "Condinistas" want to draft her for the presidential race in 2008, pointing to the way Dwight Eisenhower was eventually persuaded after World War II.

They have set up websites where you can sign a petition to "draft" her, buy Condi Rice badges, T-shirts - even lookalike dolls.

They have also taken out radio and television adverts. All without the approval of Ms Rice herself, of course.

But little is known about Ms Rice's own political views outside the field of foreign affairs.
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evariste in Discarded Lies:
Muqtada Al Sadr will fight for Iran, Syria if either is attacked
One of our biggest blunders in Iraq, in my opinion, was letting Moqtada Al Sadr live rather than hunting him down like a dog and killing him. Now he's promising to wage intensified terrorist warfare on the United States if we undertake any military action against Iran or Syria. This is what comes from not crushing your enemies when you have them by the balls, as we did after our intense offensive against Al Sadr's Mahdi Army, one of the first intense battles we fought after Saddam's own army had been defeated. We must press our advantage wherever we have it, and never relent in order to let someone who is a war enemy by any definition of the word escape his fate. Moqtada should be just as much of a hunted rat as Zarqawi, slipping from safehouse to safehouse, not daring to appear in public. Instead, we get the spectacle of this Iranian puppet doing the bidding of his masters, launching another damaging salvo in the media war that is the agonizingly slow runup to the shooting war. It's interesting to see the dance of both sides of this war warning one another of the forthcoming repercussions in the event of open hostilities: Iran has warned that it will cut off oil and punish the West painfully in other ways (implying terrorism), to which Chirac, strangely on our side for once, riposted that France will use nuclear weapons in reprisal for any Iranian terror attacks. Now Iran is warning us through its proxy that Moqtada Sadr's Mahdi Army, tens of thousands strong if my memory is right, will fight Americans again if we fight Iran.
Muqtada Al-Sadr:The Mahdi Army was established in order to defend Iraqi lands and holy places. But it is more than that. It is also intended to defend against attacks on Islam outside of Iraq.

If Iraq comes under attack, the Mahdi Army will make sacrifices to defend it. Similarly, if the neighboring countries - Iran, Syria, or Saudi Arabia – come under attack, the Mahdi Army will be the first to come to their defense, Allah willing.
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sine in The People's Diner:
Exciting Non-Headcheese Menu
I was most gratified by the enthusiastic response to my headcheese research. Nobody said anything negative like "Immediately I began to sweat and hallucinate" (Thousand Sons) or "Headcheese. Bad." (Fay). Nobody described the headcheese in a disgusting way such as "little white semi-circles that look like maggots," (Levi from Queens). And certainly nobody claimed to have suffered psychological damage from my menu choice. "I'm really depressed....no chocolate??" (Marine Momma) But all good things come to an end, especially when they have a three-day timer on them, and it is now time to eat something else.
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zorkmidden in Discarded Lies:
Hamas in charge
It looks like Hamas has won a solid majority in the Palestinian parliament and I have a feeling that things are only going to get worse.
"The outcome of the PA elections is likely to lead to greater internal instability and violence, as the various factions (Hamas, old Fatah, the younger Fatah, etc.) battle for control over resources and power.

"The chances of a newly pragmatic Hamas are very low -- they are likely to follow the path of Hizbullah and the Taliban, meaning continued extremist Islamic ideology, rejectionism, and terrorism. If the EU, the US and the World Bank continue funding the PA in the hope that this will change, Palestinians will see this as a great achievement.

"For Israel, the outcome means that it is necessary to prepare for greater chaos and anarchy, with very little chance of political compromise, even on limited issues, and a rethinking of the details of further unilateral disengagement."
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evariste in Discarded Lies:
High-level terrorist plotting between Iran and Syria revealed
When Iran came a'knocking on Syria's door, they brought Imad Mughniyyeh in tow

The New York Sun has a most interesting report-A Most-Wanted Terrorist Is Spotted in Syria. It seems Michael Ledeen is saying that notorious terrorist kingpin Imad Mughniyyeh came along for the ride when Ahmadinejad visited Syria last week. Given that Mughniyyeh, a fugitive from the entire world, feels free to run around in Iran without a care in the world, can anyone doubt that Osama-if alive-is there as well? Meanwhile, it looks like another assassination attempt against Ahmadinejad was unfortunately foiled by his non-attendance. This is getting pretty intense (or does anyone believe that the United States and Britain have absolutely no hand, by proxy or otherwise, in all the recent assassination attempts against him? I have a bridge to sell you...)
And yesterday in the southwestern Iranian town of Ahvaz, in the oil-rich Khuzestan province, two bombs detonated in a bank and outside a government building, according to the Associated Press and Arabic news outlets. The explosions rocked Ahvaz on the same day that Mr. Ahmadinejad and his entire cabinet were scheduled to meet in the town, a trip that Mr. Ahmadinejad cancelled yesterday, citing forecasts for inclement weather. The bombs killed six and wounded 46.

It remained unclear yesterday who was responsible for the bombings, as scholars and analysts of Iran pointed to a violent opposition, separatist movements, and even the Ahmadinejad regime itself as possible culprits.

A fellow at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, Patrick Clawson, told the Sun yesterday that the bombings were the latest episode in more than a year of ethnic minority unrest in Iran, where Sunnis, Arabs, Kurds, and Turks are outnumbered by the Persian Shia majority.
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Blossoms of Winter: Flowers
Perennials can brighten up your winter garden as well.
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