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Sentence of the Year?


This is already the sentence of the day, the week, and even the month, however young this month may be.  Although it’s only February, it is clearly also a candidate for sentence of the year:

“But even if the news from Iraq stays bad, or gets worse, the increasingly dangerous world that such events would reveal to the American electorate may well suggest to the voters that, whatever the mistakes of George Bush, in such a dangerous world they cannot rely on the hard-core anti-war mentality of Mrs. Clinton or any other cut-and-run Democrat (or Republican.)”

From Tony Blankley’s “Hillary lurches leftward.” 


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