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November 08, 2006

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I haven't looked into it, but I would love to think that Joe Lieberman won by the largest margin he's ever had in a race... that would be justice.

Sounds like you had a great time.

It wouldn't surprise me a bit if in fact Sec. Rumsfeld insisted on resigning as a final service to his President. That's the kind of guy he is and that's the kind of loyalty GWB inspires.

Whatever the causation, I am so going to miss Rummy - his lack of patience with idiots (a lot of congresspeople and most of the press corps) and his unbelievable courage. Can you see any Clinton appointee running BACK INTO the burning Pentagon to save some of his people?

Set against a background of impotence vs productivity, it is very much womanhood that is the essence of whether Hillary is competent to win an election for President.

Long cast as impotent, women are typically circumvented for such lofty positions exactly because of the perception that they would be impotent, or not nearly as productive in the war for survival of the world, much less the sexes.

Turning the White House position into the ultimate battleground over that premise seems to be the national environment necessary to dispel the notions that America still exists in an agricultural environment where strength, not brains, is the definitive asset.

It may be called the ultimate law of the jungle were it not for the fact that the heavy lifting done at the White House is done with an entourage of confidants, assistants, and "the best and brightest" that money can buy. It is surely not singular heavy lifting; hence, why not a woman? To suggest otherwise is a mockery of women, and of the purpose of living, as defined by the hierarchies we make to survive.

It takes little effort to discriminate nationally, or in groups, as it does to do so individually, and collective discrimination is no more entitled to its negative glow than individual discrimination - in an America that has integrity and social justice.

Two words, Pat R, to show you it just ain't so: Margaret Thatcher.

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