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Jewish World Review Nov. 6, 2003 /11 Mar-Cheshvan, 5764

Argus Hamilton

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important news .... | Southern California was drenched by rainfall that greatly aided firefighters on Sunday. The governor-elect is operating out of the Four Seasons Hotel in Los Angeles. The four seasons in Los Angeles are wildfires, mudslides, verdict and riot.

Hillary Clinton agreed to emcee the Democrat Party dinner in Iowa next week. How the mighty have fallen. Ten years ago Hillary Clinton was leading a health care revolution and today she is wondering if she should open with a Monica joke.

Bill Clinton's picture was placed on a postage stamp by the Balkan nation of Moldava Monday. It left many people begging for a letter from Moldava. Once the stamp has been canceled the Republicans will have Bill Clinton behind bars at last.

Senator Bob Graham of Florida said he will retire from the Senate. He would make a great vice presidential running mate. After four heart procedures he's the only Democrat in America who can compete chest to chest with Dick Cheney.

Winning Back America by Howard Dean recounts his youthful drinking days while cavorting in New York society. His family founded Dean Witter and Merrill Lynch. Next to him, President Bush looks like the inspiration for Aaron Copland's Fanfare for the Common Man.

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