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Mark’s guest, Republican strategist Mike Lane discuss the news, including this recent exchange between President Bush and newly-elected Virginia Senator Jim Webb (from front page of November 29 Washington Post):
At a recent White House reception for freshman members of Congress, Virginia’s newest senator tried to avoid President Bush. Democrat James Webb declined to stand in a presidential receiving line or to have his picture taken with the man he had often criticized on the stump this fall. But it wasn’t long before Bush found him.
“How’s your boy?” Bush asked, referring to Webb’s son, a Marine serving in Iraq.
“I’d like to get them out of Iraq, Mr. President,” Webb responded, echoing a campaign theme.
“That’s not what I asked you,” Bush said. “How’s your boy?”
“That’s between me and my boy, Mr. President,” Webb said coldly, ending the conversation on the State Floor of the East Wing of the White House.
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Mark and Mike will also be discussing the Louisville and Seattle school integration plans on which the Supreme Court heard oral argument today. Could a 5-4 vote by this right-wing court spell the end of Brown v. Board of Education?