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Transcripts and videos of Timothy Krajcir's confessions: Parsh, Cole, Call murders; home invasion and rape (04/09/08)
Timothy W. Krajcir's guilty pleas in a Cape Girardeau courtroom last week brought closure to the victims and families of victims the serial killer raped and murdered between 1977 and 1982. Following the guilty plea, thousands of pages of documents on the case became available to the public. ...
Flooding still causing road closures in some Southeast Missouri counties (04/09/08)
Southeast Missouri hasn't seen significant rainfall since last week, but floodwaters are still causing some state roads to be closed in MoDOT's southeast district. Several of the flooded roads are in low-lying areas near the Mississippi River like Mississippi County and New Madrid County. ...
2 arrested for murder in Pemiscot County, Mo. (04/09/08)
CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo. — According to Pemiscot County Sheriff Tommy Greenwell, two people have been arrested and charged in connection with the death of Hayti, Mo., resident Dary McIntyre, 35. Quinn Lee Amerson, 21, and Shannon Amerson, 23, both of Steele, Mo., have been charged with one count of murder in the first degree, one count of felony steeling, and two counts of tampering with physical evidence...
Thursday River Campus concert canceled (04/09/08)
A free woodwind concert scheduled for Thursday night at the River Campus has been canceled. The U.S. Air Force Band of Mid-America Woodwind Quintet was supposed to perform at 7:30 p.m. in the Shuck Music Recital Hall in the Seminary Building on Southeast Missouri State University's River Campus. The concert has not been rescheduled at this time...
Oran to hold special election for mayor (04/09/08)
Tom Urhahn and Ron Diebold Jr., the only two candidates for Oran mayor, finished Tuesday with 172 votes each. Melissa Pobst, in the processing of transitioning her job as Oran City Clerk, stepped back into action Wednesday to help figure out next steps. Today, Pobst meets with Scott County Clerk Rita Milam to set a date for a special election...
Meeting looks at area transportation needs (04/09/08)
A map of Missouri bled red Tuesday after community leaders circled ports they would like to see updated, roads they want extended, and sites where they say transit facilities are needed. The map will be used by Delta Regional Authority officials, who are in the process of developing a 20-year strategic plan. They will present policy recommendations to Congress this summer, and a final plan is expected to be complete by January 2009...
Governor opens education summit at Cape (04/09/08)
The buzzword is alignment. It means making sure the education offered to students in high schools, technical centers and colleges provides the skills employers need in new recruits. On Tuesday, Gov. Matt Blunt held the first of a series of business and education summits in Cape Girardeau, bringing together representatives of major industries with leaders from school districts, community colleges and Southeast Missouri State University...
Parks tax passes (04/09/08)
While parks and storm-water tax supporters in Cape Girardeau expected a smaller spread between the 2,615 "yes" and 2,012 "no" votes, they greeted the clear win with hoots and cheers in the basement of Bob and Bari Neff's home. The half-cent tax will fund $25 million in improvements, with $3 million going toward storm-water abatement. ...
Disaster help available in Jackson (04/09/08)
For the second time since 2002, Kay and Eric Hays of Glenallen, Mo., lost everything in a flood. The one in March nearly destroyed a home they were renting. They drove to the just-opened FEMA disaster recovery center in Jackson on Tuesday to replace Kay's asthma medication and her nebulizer, the machine she uses to treat breathing problems. "Both times we've had to deal with FEMA," said Eric Hays, a self-employed handyman. "They were there, right off the bat."...
Gahan elected mayor of Perryville; results split on sales taxes (04/09/08)
PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- For the first time in more than 20 years, Perryville voters elected a new mayor. Debbie Gahan won the five-person mayoral race by 175 votes over runner-up Marvin Ruehling, replacing Perryville's late mayor Robert Miget, who had held the position since 1984...
Allenville, Whitewater approve bond issues for sewer system (04/09/08)
Residents of Allenville and Whitewater are busy recovering from some of the worst flooding in memory. But they weren't too busy to get to polling places Tuesday to overwhelmingly approve a bond issue for sewer construction. By a vote of 25 to 2 in Allenville and 24 to 9 in Whitewater, voters in the two villages agreed to jointly support $950,000 in bonds to finance a sewer system that will serve both towns...
Napoleon exhibit to open at Southeast (04/09/08)
An exhibit of artifacts and documents related to the life of Napoleon I of France, from the collection of Don and Rubye Kraft, will open at 3:30 p.m. today in Kent Library at Southeast Missouri State University. Don Kraft became interested in Napoleon as a high school student and has collected paintings, medals and documents from his life and escapades...
AARP offering tax help for seniors in Southeast Missouri (04/09/08)
Taxpayers with low and middle incomes who are 60 years older or disabled are eligible for help with filing state and federal tax returns from AARP tax aid. And because the economic stimulus plan passed in February provides tax rebate checks to people who owed no taxes for 2007 or who had an income below the threshold requiring them to file, AARP will make the help available through April 30...
Two incumbents off Cape School Board (04/09/08)
A tumultuous year for the Cape Girardeau School District spurred change Tuesday, with newcomers Stacy Kinder and Tony Smee defeating two incumbents. Board president Dr. Steve Trautwein was re-elected. According to unofficial results, Kinder, a former teacher and former president of the Cape Girardeau Public School Foundation, garnered the most votes, 2,090. ...
Police: Drugs, marijuana seized from health-care service worker (04/09/08)
Police recently seized a small quantity of prescription drugs and marijuana from a Cape Girardeau woman employed by a home health-care service, they said. According to a probable-cause statement, Audrey Douglas, 26, of 202 Alpine St., said she planned on selling the drugs to one of her home health-care clients...
Cattle rustling in Mo. remains problem despite task force (04/09/08)
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Cattle rustling seems to have declined slightly but is still a problem in Missouri two years after Gov. Matt Blunt created a task force to deal with the issue, Blunt told a meeting of ranchers Tuesday. Cattle experts say a trailer-full of stolen calves can fetch $12,000. A single 500-pound calf can sell for $600...
Jefferson City voters again reject repeal of casino ban (04/09/08)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- State capital residents on Tuesday soundly rejected an effort to overturn a 13-year-old ban on casino gambling. Unofficial results from the Cole County Board of Elections show that roughly 62 percent of voters opposed a pair of measures that could have opened the gates to casino gambling along the Missouri River in this seat of state government...
Widely used government textbook under fire after high-school student raises concerns about bias (04/09/08)
WASHINGTON -- Talk about a civics lesson: A high-school senior has raised questions about political bias in a popular textbook on U.S. government, and legal scholars and top scientists say the teen's criticism is well-founded. They say "American Government" by conservatives James Wilson and John Dilulio presents a skewed view of topics from global warming to separation of church and state. ...
FEMA, FCC win dubious Muzzle Awards, cited for free-speech violations (04/09/08)
RICHMOND, Va. -- The Federal Emergency Management Agency, which staged a fake news conference, was among the "winners" Tuesday of the 2008 Jefferson Muzzle Awards, given by a free-speech group for egregious First Amendment violations. FEMA made the list, compiled by the Thomas Jefferson Center for the Protection of Free Expression, for staging the news conference during the California wildfires. ...
Government exhumes scores of bodies after tip about looting (04/09/08)
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- Working in secret, federal archaeologists have dug up the remains of dozens of soldiers and children near a Civil War-era fort after an informant tipped them off about widespread grave-looting. The exhumations, conducted from August to October, removed 67 skeletons from the parched desert soil around Fort Craig -- 39 men, two women and 26 infants and children, according to two federal archaeologists who helped with the dig...
Officials: Sect married girls at puberty (04/09/08)
ELDORADO, Texas -- A polygamist compound with hundreds of children was rife with sexual abuse, child welfare officials allege in court documents, with girls spiritually married to much older men as soon as they reached puberty and boys groomed to perpetuate the cycle...
Petraeus to Congress: Iraq too fragile for further troop pullouts (04/09/08)
WASHINGTON -- The top U.S. commander in Iraq told Congress on Tuesday that hard-won gains in the war zone are too fragile to promise any troop pullouts beyond this summer, holding his ground against impatient Democrats and refusing to commit to more withdrawals before President Bush leaves office in January...
Some Fed policymakers worried about 'prolonged' downturn (04/09/08)
WASHINGTON -- Worries about a deep recession -- not a shallow one -- drove Federal Reserve policymakers to slash a key interest rate last month, meeting minutes show. Even as the Fed battled in almost unprecedented fashion to stem a widening credit and housing slump, some members fretted over the possibility of a "prolonged and severe" economic downturn. ...
San Francisco girds for protests along Olympic torch relay route (04/09/08)
By JULIANA BARBASSA and MARCUS WOHLSEN The Associated Press SAN FRANCISCO -- Security was tightened on the Golden Gate Bridge and elsewhere around the city Tuesday as officials prepared for massive protests of China's crackdown in Tibet during the Olympic torch's only North American stop on its journey to Beijing...
Judge declares mistrial in celebrity pathologist's case (04/09/08)
PITTSBURGH -- A federal judge declared a mistrial Tuesday in the fraud case against celebrity pathologist Cyril Wecht, who was accused of using his staff at the county coroner's office to do work for his lucrative private practice. Federal prosecutors said they were ready to retry Wecht, who gained fame by inquiring into the deaths of well-known figures including Elvis Presley, JonBenet Ramsey and Vincent Foster. A new trial date was set for May 27...
Haitians storm presidential palace, loot businesses in expanding food riots (04/09/08)
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti -- Hungry Haitians stormed the presidential palace Tuesday to demand the resignation of President Rene Preval over soaring food prices and U.N. peacekeepers battled rioters with rubber bullets and tear gas. Rioters were chased away from the presidential palace but by late afternoon had left trails of destruction across Port-au-Prince. ...
Opposition says government unleashed violence after Zimbabwe's election (04/09/08)
HARARE, Zimbabwe -- Opponents of President Robert Mugabe accused his regime Tuesday of unleashing thugs to attack opposition supporters and seizing white-owned farms in an attempt to retain power. They called on other African powers to intervene. Mugabe, who has led Zimbabwe for 28 years, has virtually conceded that he did not win March 29 elections and appeared to be campaigning for an expected runoff against Morgan Tsvangirai by intimidating foes and fanning racial tensions...
Israel's Peace Now marks 30th anniversary, says its ideas now mainstream but peace elusive (04/09/08)
TEL AVIV, Israel -- In the square where Yitzhak Rabin was slain, Peace Now marked a bittersweet milestone Tuesday: Over the past 30 years, it has helped push the Israeli mainstream to embrace Palestinian statehood. But peace remains elusive. The group pitched a tent in the square where the Israeli prime minister was gunned down in 1995 by an ultranationalist zealot trying to sabotage his attempt to trade land for peace with the Palestinians. Israel's largest peace rallies also took place there...
Theorist: Existence of 'God particle' may be confirmed in next year (04/09/08)
GENEVA -- The father of a theoretical subatomic particle dubbed "the God particle" says he's almost sure it will be confirmed in the next year in a race between powerful research equipment in the United States and Europe. British physicist Peter Higgs, who more than 40 years ago postulated the existence of the particle in the makeup of the atom, said is visit to a new accelerator in Geneva last weekend encouraged him that the Higgs boson will soon be seen...
Al Fayed abandons quest to prove Diana was murdered (04/09/08)
LONDON -- Mohamed Al Fayed said Tuesday that he was abandoning a quest to prove his belief Princess Diana and his son were killed by British secret agents. Al Fayed said he reluctantly accepted a coroner's jury ruling that Diana and Dodi Fayed were unlawfully killed due to reckless speed and drinking by their driver, and by the reckless pursuit of the paparazzi chasing them...
Stuckey resigns positions at Oran (04/09/08)
Denver Stuckey resigned as athletic director and boys basketball coach at Oran High School after two years in each position, saying he was advised to leave or be fired. "I was informed [by the administration] that the school board didn't look like it was going to vote to hire me back, so I just got a chance to resign before they could fire me basically," Stuckey said. "That's kind of the story in a nutshell, I guess."...
KU turns attention to Self after title (04/09/08)
SAN ANTONIO -- Kansas coach Bill Self slept for less than an hour after the Jayhawks stunned Memphis in one of the more memorable finals in NCAA tournament history, wrapping up their first national title in 20 years. The details of the Jayhawks' 75-68 overtime victory will soon be etched in Kansas lore. After Memphis missed a series of free throws, Kansas guard Mario Chalmers hit a 3-pointer with 2.1 seconds left to send the game to overtime, where the Jayhawks overwhelmed the Tigers...
Promising season ends with another high draft pick (04/09/08)
ST. LOUIS -- For the second time in three years, the St. Louis Blues had a shot at the first overall draft pick in the NHL's lottery Monday night. That's not a good thing for a franchise supposedly on the rise only a few months ago. The Blues figured to challenge for a playoff spot after a two-year absence, taking off in coach Andy Murray's first full season. Instead, a midwinter slump all but finished them off and they limped in with only five wins in the last 23 games...
Tigers hand first loss to Red Devils (04/09/08)
CHAFFEE -- Central senior Joe Uhls picked the perfect time to snap out of his 0-for-the-season slump at the plate. Uhls singled in his first at-bat, then crushed a three-run homer to dead center, both in the second inning Tuesday, to lead the Tigers to a 16-4 victory over previously undefeated Chaffee...
Oak Ridge encounters first loss in 12 innings (04/09/08)
The Bell City baseball team pushed across a run in the bottom of the 12th inning to hand Oak Ridge its first loss of the season, 4-3 on Tuesday. Melvin Johnson allowed two earned runs over five innings of work for Bell City, then Nick Niemczyk shut out the Blue Jays (5-1) the rest of the way...
Bulldogs pound out win over Jackson (04/09/08)
Notre Dame sophomore hurler Tanner Hiett wears his baseball cap slanted a little over to one side just like C.C. Sabathia. He admitted he's been doing it since the seventh grade because the Cleveland Indians ace is his favorite pitcher. Hiett's strong pitching to begin this spring has also made him look a bit like Sabathia. He had another strong outing Tuesday against Jackson to earn his first victory...
Hansbrough to leave Mississippi State program (04/09/08)
STARKVILLE, Miss. -- Mississippi State basketball coach Rick Stansbury says Bulldogs sophomore guard Ben Hansbrough has decided to transfer following the spring semester. "Ben is a good kid and we wish him the best of luck in his future endeavors," Stansbury said in a statement issued by the school. Hansbrough has not announced where he's tranferring...
Redhawks pitcher provides long relief in 11-4 victory over SIU (04/09/08)
Nobody has ever questioned Ivan Nails' arm strength since the junior college transfer arrived at Southeast Missouri State. Nails, who joined the Redhawks baseball program before last season, can bring it. His fastball has been clocked upwards of 90 mph...
OVC honors Smith, Stricklin for SEmotion performances (04/09/08)
Southeast Missouri State track and field athletes Miles Smith and Ben Stricklin have received Ohio Valley Conference weekly honors for their performances at Saturday's SEmotion Relays. Smith is the OVC male co-track athlete of the week after winning the SEmotion Relays 400-meter title with a time of 46.23 seconds. That is the fastest in the nation so far this season and qualified him for the NCAA regionals...
Glaus' double lifts Cardinals to first road victory (04/09/08)
HOUSTON — Anthony Reyes was terrible as a starter last season. His career as a long reliever is off to a much better start. Reyes pitches three scoreless innings of one-hit ball and Troy Glaus hit a two-run double in the eighth inning to propel the St. Louis Cardinals to a 5-3 win over the Houston Astros on Tuesday night...
Leeks need to be cleaned before being used in recipes (04/09/08)
Leeks tend to have dirt wedged deep into their folds. To clean them, Jesse Ziff Cool, author of the recent cookbook "Simply Organic," suggests halving them lengthwise, then cutting them crosswise into 1/2-inch slices. Soak the slices in a large bowl of cool water for 5 minutes, gently stirring occasionally to let the dirt settle to the bottom. Use a slotted spoon to transfer the leeks to a colander to rinse and drain...
Make bracelets using thread and buttons (04/09/08)
The sun is finally shining, and I think it's time for all of us to exercise our right to bare arms. That said, bare arms can be a little boring without interesting accouterments. And the economy is not such that I can just buy new jewelry to go with every outfit...
Groups pop cork on Ala. Wine Trail; Southern Baptists greet it with boos (04/09/08)
CALERA, Ala. -- Alabama has all sorts of tourist trails -- there's one for civil rights, another for birds and yet another for old churches. The newest one was introduced Tuesday to promote the state's wineries, but Baptists aren't joining in the toast...
Commissioned low-calorie recipes (04/09/08)
Recently I had a friend ask me to find some low-fat or, even better, no-fat recipes for her. From time to time I have people request this type of recipe, so I pulled out a book from my cookbook shelves and started looking. Lorene Wood from the Senior Center had given me the Low-Fat No-Fat Recipes book for Christmas in 2006, and I have used it many times for various recipes. Today I will share a few of those with you and for my friend that made the original request...
Actor Clooney meets British leader to talk about Darfur (04/09/08)
LONDON -- George Clooney took a break from promoting his latest film Tuesday to meet with British Prime Minister Gordon Brown, as he continued pressing governments to speak out about China's foreign policy in Sudan. The two met as the Olympic torch arrived in San Francisco for the only North American stop in the Beijing Olympic torch relay, which has been dogged by human rights protesters in London, Paris and Istanbul...
Companies that track successful stock pickers draw interest in choppy markets (04/09/08)
NEW YORK -- Larry Bellehumeur's investment advice isn't always that exciting, but he attracts curious onlookers -- all part of a new wave of investors who have turned away from brokerage houses and mutual funds and rely instead on the Internet to help determine their investment plays...
Wall Street pulls back following worse-than-expected profit data (04/09/08)
NEW YORK -- Wall Street retreated Tuesday after aluminum producer Alcoa Inc. and chip maker Advanced Micro Devices Inc. issued disappointing reports and the Federal Reserve voiced concerns about the slumping economy. Stocks were already lower on worries about weak first-quarter earnings when the minutes from the Fed's March 18 meeting were released. ...
Monsanto partners with Bayer CropScience for treated corn seeds (04/09/08)
ST. LOUIS -- Monsanto announced an exclusive partnership Tuesday with its rival Bayer CropScience to develop a new treatment for corn seeds. The deal is part of St. Louis-based Monsanto's broader effort to capture more of the global corn seed market. ...
Hattie Johnson (04/09/08)
Hattie Johnson OLIVE BRANCH, Ill. -- Hattie M. Johnson, 98, of Olive Branch died Monday, April 7, 2008, at Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. She was born April 5, 1910, in Mounds, Ill., daughter of William Thomas and Stella Biggerstaff Boren. She married Robert Howard Johnson, who preceded her in death...
Florence Eifert (04/09/08)
Florence Eifert Florence Elizabeth Eifert, 80, of Scott City died Monday, April 7, 2008, at Southeast Missouri Hospital in Cape Girardeau. She was born Jan. 27, 1928, at Ancell, daughter of Mason and Josephine Catherine Welter August. She and Ray Allen "Buddy" Eifert were married June 12, 1948, at Fornfelt. He died July 12, 1997...
Mary Eblen (04/09/08)
Mary Eblen ANNA, Ill. -- Mary Ann Eblen, 74, of Anna died Tuesday, April 8, 2008, at Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. Rendleman and Hileman Funeral Home in Anna is in charge of arrangements.
James Matthews (04/09/08)
James Matthews CAIRO, Ill. -- James Matthews, 62, died Thursday, April 3, 2008, at Southgate Health Care Center in Metropolis, Ill. He is formerly of Cairo. Visitation will be from 9 a.m. to service time Friday at Christ Temple Church of God in Christ in Cairo...
Cora Seabaugh (04/09/08)
Cora Seabaugh Cora Mae Seabaugh, 96, of Cape Girardeau died Monday, April 7, 2008, at Capetown Assisted Living. She was born Oct. 7, 1911, in Leora, Mo., daughter of Charles and Mary George Feverston. She and Orville Reid Seabaugh were married Dec. 25, 1940, at Benton, Mo. He died May 18, 1979...
Larry Slinkard (04/09/08)
Larry Slinkard Larry K. Slinkard, 68, of Scott City died Tuesday, April 8, 2008, at his home. Amick-Burnett Funeral Chapel in Scott City is in charge of arrangements.
Geraldine Roach (04/09/08)
Geraldine Roach CAIRO, Ill. -- Geraldine Roach, 87, died at Daystar Care Center in Cairo. Visitation will be from 11 a.m. to service time Thursday at Massie Funeral Home in Mounds, Ill. The funeral will be at noon Thursday at the funeral home, with Larry Barnett officiating. Burial will be in Spencer Heights Memorial Park in Mounds...
Larry Garmon (04/09/08)
Larry Garmon Larry G. Garmon, 48, of Cape Girardeau died Tuesday, April 8, 2008, at Saint Francis Medical Center. Funeral arrangements are incomplete with Ford and Sons Funeral Home.
Lonita Baer (04/09/08)
Lonita Baer Lonita A. Baer, 92, of Old Appleton died Tuesday, April 8, 2008, at Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. She was born Oct. 26, 1915, in Perry County, daughter of Joseph and Anna Schott Buchheit. She and Leo J. Baer were married Oct. 4, 1941, in Perry County. He died Oct. 8, 1971...
Gladys Weber (04/09/08)
Gladys Weber FROHNA, Mo. -- Gladys V. Weber, 82, of Frohna died Tuesday, April 8, 2008, at Monticello House in Jackson. She was born Feb. 21, 1926, at Wittenberg, Mo., daughter of Martin and Elda Schmidt Meinz. She and Eugene Engert were married June 21, 1947. He died May 17, 1986. She and Elton Weber were married June 27, 1987. He died Nov. 25, 1998...
Births 4/9/08 (04/09/08)
Dooley Son to Ryan Patrick and Nicole Lynn Dooley of Cape Girardeau, Southeast Missouri Hospital, 4:52 p.m. Friday, March 28, 2008. Name, Aidan Matthew. Weight, 5 pounds, 12 ounces. Second child, first son. Mrs. Dooley is the former Nicole Condray, daughter of Connie Dowdy and Harold Condray of Ellsinore, Mo. Dooley is the son of Frances Dooley and Ed Dooley of Chaffee, Mo. He is a police officer with Jackson Police Department...
Police report 4/9/08 (04/09/08)
@graphic_body_indent_bold leadin:Cape Girardeau The Cape Girardeau Police Department released the following items. Arrests do not imply guilt. DWI n Jonathan R. Scarber, 23, 1420 N. Spanish St., was arrested on suspicion of driving while intoxicated, driving while suspended, failure to maintain a single lane and failure to stop at flashing red signal...
Fire report 4/9/08 (04/09/08)
@graphic_body_indent_bold leadin:Cape Girardeau Firefighters responded to the following calls Monday: n At 4:08 p.m., an alarm in the 1800 block of Scott's Lane. n At 6:21 p.m., a still alarm at 45 S. West End Blvd. n At 9:19 p.m., emergency medical service in the 800 block of Good Hope Street...
Out of the past 4/9/08 (04/09/08)
25 years ago: April 9, 1983 The Mississippi River creeps up to 41.19 feet in the morning; the Coast Guard has issued a "slow traffic" order on the river, forcing barges to proceed at a lower speed in order to create smaller wakes. About 200 firefighters gather at Jackson for the Southeast Missouri Annual Regional Fire School; classes are offered in principles of firefighting, pumping operation, rural water supplies, flammable liquid emergencies and vehicle fire suppression...
Pork producers (04/09/08)
Rarely do I part company with U.S. Rep. Jo Ann Emerson. I respect her, agree with the vast majority of her positions, admire her ability to balance the partisan battles in Congress and firmly believe her roots -- both philosophically and politically -- are in tune with the 8th District of Missouri. I part company with her on the question of "pork."...
Controlling the river (04/09/08)
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, which manages impoundments of the nation's rivers, backed off last month from releasing water in the lower Missouri River to create high-water conditions for the pallid sturgeon, an endangered species that requires spring surges for spawning...
Policies must specify what's covered (04/09/08)
To the editor: I would like to point out an error in your article titled "Cleaning firms busy with area basements." You report that "insurance will cover losses if a sump pump quits working." That is, however, not the case. Homeowner policies only provide coverage for damage due to failed sump pumps if the policy is endorsed with the specific coverage. ...
Speak Out 4/9/08 (04/09/08)
Matter of jealousy JEALOUSY IS a green-eyed monster. It says that someone doesn't deserve something because you don't have it. Leave the Shanks alone. Political wishing DAVID LIMBAUGH'S erroneous assumption that the Democrats won't get their act together in time for the presidential election is a classic example of the wish giving father to the thought. It is also an attempt to divert attention that in the U.S. House and Senate the GOP is going to take a beating of breathtaking proportions...
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