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Posted at 2:11 PM ET, 11/30/2010

Mulligans: Chinese, too, are 'scared to death' of Pelosi

By Dana Milbank

Jeb Bush says Obama should "take, like, a three-month vacation" and "just chill." Come to think of it, that's pretty much what Jeb's big brother did when he was in the White House. Maybe George W. will let Obama use his ranch in Crawford.

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Apparently, Americans aren't the only ones frightened by Nancy Pelosi. AFP: "China 'scared to death' of Pelosi"

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Mama Grizzly is loaded, and she's putting her big fundraising haul toward a good cause: buying $64,000 worth of her books. Time: Palin Hauls in Nearly $500k In Just Over a Month.

By Dana Milbank  | November 30, 2010; 2:11 PM ET
 
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America’s wealthy agree with Jeb Bush’s suggestion that Obama stop doing anything that might help the economy. But they are also demanding that Obama increase welfare payments to billionaires, like George Bush did, since there’s no chance of that helping the economy.
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Thank you, Dana. You took a leak, wrote about it, and now people respect Nancy Pelosi more because of it. Only the Chinese are pissed.
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Palin’s got a pretty sweet deal there, getting her SarahPAC to buy her books while she pockets the proceeds. Plus, she gets on the bestseller lists without actually selling a single book.

So when are you going to get DanaPAC to buy $65,000 worth of your “Tears of a Clown” books?

Posted by: divtune | November 30, 2010 5:05 PM | Report abuse

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