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Friday, October 6, 2006

Boomer Huckster

Posted By on Fri, Oct 6, 2006 at 3:32 PM

Here are details of The Huckster's foray next week to help Oklahoma candidates and raise a little money for his presidential exploratory PAC. Maybe some Oklahoma reporter will ask him about the page committee member who kept Democrats out of the Foley loop and about Speaker Hastert's performance. Republicans all over have had plenty to say, lots of it critical, including New Jersey Senate hopeful Kean who's said it's time for Hastert to go. Covering up for the holder of a safe Republican seat, even if it might means kids are at risk, is OK by The Huckster and The Boozman, apparently.

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