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Scribble runs in the opinion section of Flak Magazine.
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Newest Scribble, below. Yesterday's Scribble, Archive: A double with a post from my other strip Thadeus & Weez on Cheney as Darth Vader and a Scribble with Frist as Cheney's hand puppet for the nuclear option.

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Showdown day at the Senate over the filibuster and the Bush judicial nominees. There's still a possible compromise, but Bill Frist has painted himself into a corner with his demands for an up or down vote -- Frist in the box.. The corner comes from his presidential aspirations and not wanting to alienate ultra-right Republican voters. The Bush administration furnished Frist with the paint to trap himself by Bush's demanding an up or down vote on controversial nominees. See related Scribble where Frist is Dick Cheney's hand puppet for the nuclear option.

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05.23.05

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