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What A Good News Day in D.C.
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Even the Washington Post cheers me up this morning. In keeping with yesterday’s post on Kennedy’s view of the Labor Board you have the Post’s account of a hearing in which NLRB Board Chairman Robert Battista apparently did a darn good job of standing up to Kennedy. But the best part is from a former NRLB member (now in private practice) who is quoted as saying: “What you’ll also find in the last 15 years, the Clinton board reversed case precedent some 400 to 500 percent more than this Bush board has. Look at the history of the Clinton board and then the compare the Bush board and I think the unions would need to sit down and shut up.” I swoon. Next we have Dana Milbank who sounds like he’s channeling us on the hapless and absurd Ms. Washburn. ( I wonder if that will become news directors’ advice to future moderators: “Whatever you do, don’t pull a Washburn!”) And finally, E.J. Dionne has “Plan B” for Pelosi and Reid. I actually couldn’t find the Plan in the column but he’s very upset with the Democrats, for the very reason the Wall Street Journal mocks them, so that’s good enough for me.
UPDATE: But nothing beats these side by side Hillary photos over at the Note.
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