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Jewish World Review Nov. 7, 2003 /12 Mar-Cheshvan, 5764

Argus Hamilton

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important news .... | The Reagans was pulled from the CBS lineup on Tuesday after protests flooded the switchboard. The network regained its sanity just in time. Los Angeles is a hilly city and when you lose your marbles out here they are much harder to round up.

The Democratic candidates debated Tuesday at Faneuil Hall in Boston where the American Revolution began. They got a little nuts. If Paul Revere had seen this debate he would have warned them that the guys in the little white coats are coming.

Howard Dean repeated in the debate Tuesday he wants the support of voters with Confederate flags in their trucks. Liberals recoiled in horror. What do you expect from people who think that Dale Earnhardt was the first woman to fly across the Pacific?

Howard Dean asked his supporters to vote by e-mail whether he should reject federal funds. No one believes they will play any part in his decision but he's paying them the compliment of consulting them. It's what President Bush does with Congress.

Democratic presidential candidate Al Sharpton was hired Tuesday to host NBC's Saturday Night Live in December. His high appearance fee isn't likely to raise any eyebrows. Americans have always felt that a great comedian is worth every penny.

The Los Angeles Dodgers were bought last week by real estate developer Frank McCourt pending league approval. He promised the team will win the pennant the Los Angeles way. The question is, how do you sleep your way to the top in baseball?

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