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I love a cat fight.

I don't think Barack's going to play the game. But we'll see. < :-)

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Everybody panic!

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Bit quick off the mark aren't we? Curious George still has another month in which to spread doom and destruction. Isn't amazing what a bit of power will do to people!

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Let's see if GW will trash the white house before he leaves like Clinton did. And as a side note, interesting that the "no smoking in the white house" was instigated by Hillary.

So who really will be running the show? Is Obama just a front man?

Interesting to watch it all unfold from outside, ne?

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trash the white house before he leaves like Clinton did

that urban legend has been discredited many times over...

Moderator: Back on topic please.

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Cracks appear in Obama foreign policy team

Did somebody's pantsuit slip down a bit?

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If you are one of the gullible Lefties who bought the hopey changey mantra the bold return to the past and the Clinton 'Eisenhower Repubs' must be pretty humiliating.

But that was the unspoken understanding Obama had with his starry-eyed 'progressive' worshippers. He was the New Daddy, after Bubba. They really never planned beyond the orgy of self-congratulation that would come November 4.

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"But that was the unspoken understanding Obama had with his starry-eyed 'progressive' worshippers. He was the New Daddy, after Bubba. They really never planned beyond the orgy of self-congratulation that would come November 4."

Some still just can't live down that Obama got the White House and the Dems slaughtered the Republicans in general in the election. So what if things are going a little less perfect than they have been thusfar in Obama's planning (and everyone knows it's FAR better than anything bush did, and Obama hasn't even started!). McCain couldn't even come up with the foggiest explanations for what he planned to do, so in some other universe where he may have even had a chance, things would be far far worse were he president elect.

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Albright, who was President Clinton’s first ambassador to the United Nations, was a mentor to Rice.

And who better to mentor a member of the Obama team in incompetence than Albright.

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They really never planned beyond the orgy of self-congratulation that would come November 4.

There is a lot of truth in that. But after 8 years of misrule, I think a lot of people can be excused for being overly focused on removing the Republicans.

Moderator: Back on topic please. Posts should refer to Hillary Clinton and Susan Rice.

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I told you all last week that Hillary was a bad choice. We are going t hear about this cabinets little kid fighting for a long time because of Hillary.

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"Condoleezza Rice said on Sunday that she thought Clinton would do a great job."

Condi's getting out of government and is going to have an easy job at Stanford. The woman is truly brilliant. I can barely forgive her for not running for president.

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I can barely forgive her for not running for president."

I am telling you, she would have gone far.

Hillary needs to be out of our government. Did you all see how nasty she got during the election. I feel for Susan Rice, she's got to deal with Hillary.... I can see the gray hairs coming.

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Yea, but you know... Susan Rice is NO better than Clinton. She just hasn't gotten as high as Hillary has. Same attitude of political entitlement.

But... they are NOT gonna play nicely together.

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skipthesong - "Hillary needs to be out of our government"

Obama doesn't agree.

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"Hillary needs to be out of our government" Obama doesn't agree.

Neither does America.

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Skip, I couldn't disagree more, I am very happy that Obama chose Hillary as his new secretary of state. She's tough smart and diligent, more than up to the task.

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I even have staunchly Republican friends that agree on this; rather than let the hair-brained media start spreading tales about how Obama's team choices are 'dissappointing' to liberals, and how his cabinet appointees will have cat fights, let's let the man get in office and get to work first. Just maybe it will all work grandly fine. I can't imagine it could get too much worse!

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