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Happy Hour: A Good Day to be in the Sandbox

7:00 PM, May 3, 2011 • By MARK HEMINGWAY
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"How anti-war members of Congress hope to capitalize on Bin Laden's death."


Niall Ferguson: "The Fed may deny it, but Americans know that prices are rising. Inflation is back."

Salman Rushdie: "Are we really supposed to believe that Pakistan didn’t know Osama bin Laden was living there for five years?"

Pelosi on bin Laden: Compare and contrast.

"Members of the Times editorial board are (as was I during my too-brief tenure) paid at least twice what their jobs are worth. When they try to speak for anybody earning less than $60,000 a year, it comes out sounding like what it is: purse-lipped snobbery wrapped up in a disguise of liberal concern."

"American Pride is Back Out of the Closet!"

"Then a few hours later, Senator Bill Nelson stoops to a new low and plays political games by comparing pending legislation to a terrorist organization that has killed thousands of people."

No, Martin Luther King Jr. did not say that.

"One of the brave souls of Navy SEAL Team Six sent a cryptic email to a New York cop before sundown Sunday. 'It's a good day to be in the sandbox.'"

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