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But even among conservative groups on Monday, the word “tea” never escaped Mr. Schilling’s lips, not even as a drink. (He starts his days with a concoction involving three shots of espresso. He calls it “the warrior.”)
gov brewer of arizona and president obama have tarmac argument about the gov’s depiction of him in her book.  she really thought it was ok to point in the presidents face like that? unreal. 
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gov brewer of arizona and president obama have tarmac argument about the gov’s depiction of him in her book.  she really thought it was ok to point in the presidents face like that? unreal. 

cue the opinion pieces on the pointer finger above.

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January 10, 2012. An Indian worker covers an elephant statue at Ambedkar Park in Noida, on the outskirts of New Delhi, India. Workmen using truckloads of cloth raced to comply with election officials who ordered the statues of Chief Minister of Utter Pradesh state Mayawati, who is a hero to India’s lowest castes, along with nearly 200 statues of elephants, her party’s symbol, be covered.


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from TIME Lightbox:

January 10, 2012. An Indian worker covers an elephant statue at Ambedkar Park in Noida, on the outskirts of New Delhi, India. Workmen using truckloads of cloth raced to comply with election officials who ordered the statues of Chief Minister of Utter Pradesh state Mayawati, who is a hero to India’s lowest castes, along with nearly 200 statues of elephants, her party’s symbol, be covered.

Asked if he sometimes wanted to shake members who would not listen to his appeals, Mr. Boehner laughed as he blew a curl of smoke and said, “Yes.”

from NYTimes:

Mr. Weiner, 47, who was the representative for New York State’s Ninth Congressional District for 12 years, declined to be interviewed for this article — waving away a reporter at the hockey rink with the words, “I don’t have time for this tonight,” adding, “Find me in, like, March.” But friends and former colleagues say the energetic and social Mr. Weiner is unlikely to remain cooped up as he seeks to rebuild his life.
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Mr. Weiner, 47, who was the representative for New York State’s Ninth Congressional District for 12 years, declined to be interviewed for this article — waving away a reporter at the hockey rink with the words, “I don’t have time for this tonight,” adding, “Find me in, like, March.” But friends and former colleagues say the energetic and social Mr. Weiner is unlikely to remain cooped up as he seeks to rebuild his life.

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