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April 09, 2010

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Barry

"A law professor at Indiana University, she wrote widely in criticizing the George W. Bush administration and is a former legal director for the abortion-rights group NARAL Pro-Choice America."

Good riddance. This liberal ideologue was hardly an impartial "breath of fresh air."

Perhaps, following the bloodbath Democrats will face at the Congressional midterms, the Obama administration will be brought around to some realistic level of bipartisanship. N.B. - the former Clinton administration did its best work after 1994, once its Congressional majorities were lost.

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