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Book title of the year


Over at HughHewitt.com, Dean Barnett has a funny post about NotHillary's "major foreign policy address" on Monday.

To swipe a phrase from the speech, "whether it’s global terrorism or pandemic disease, dramatic climate change or the proliferation of weapons of mass annihilation," you can bet your bottom Susan B. Anthony  dollar that Mr. Obama will be there to opine in utterly trivial and predictable fashion.

And, of course, the indefatigable Mr. Barnett will be waiting to mock him.

Even more amusing, however, is the ersatz book cover (above) that accompanies the post—with perhaps the best title for a political broadside since Hugh Hewitt's own If It's Not Close, They Can't Cheat.

Anyway, have a look.

NOTE: Props to my old friend Dr. Stephen R. Maloney for the title idea.

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Posted by Rodger on April 25, 2007 at 02:45 PM | Permalink


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