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One interesting point though before I jump on the plane. Take a quick look (it's now 2:02 p.m. eastern) at CNN's website, www.CNN.com.
Libby's court appearance is big news. Rosa Parks' burial service is noted. Former FEMA Director Michael Brown is getting skewered.
But no where on the front page is there mention of Supreme Court nominated Sam Alito.
We'll be at Alito a lot -- but my hat is off to Senator Harry Reid whose Rule 21 tactic changed the conversation back to the abuses of intelligence and reckless administration behavior that led to the Iraq War.
This is the conversation America should be having now -- and thanks to Reid and a few others, this is beginning to happen.
Nov. 3, 2005(CBS) Tempers cooled a bit in Washington today after the partisan meltdown that brought Senate business to a halt Tuesday.
Even so, neither Congress nor the White House will find much in a new CBS News poll to put them in a better humor. President Bush's job approval has reached the lowest level yet. Only 35 percent approve of the job he's doing.
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