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By Michael J. Smith on Tuesday November 28, 2006 06:34 AM

A delightful miscellany from The Note:

Democratic agenda:
On Tuesday, December 5, at 9:00 am ET House Democrats hear a presentation on Iraq from Dr. Brzezinski, Ambassador Richard Holbrooke, and Major General John Batiste, among others.

On Wednesday, December 6, at 9:30 am ET, House Democrats hear a presentation on the economy by former Secretary of the Treasury Robert Rubin.

Rep. Alcee Hastings (D-FL) concedes he is not likely to become Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, reports Newsweek, as Speaker-designate Pelosi seeks a "compromise" candidate for the post. LINK

The Washington Post's Charles Babington reports that Democratic lawmakers "vow to come roaring out of the blocks when they assume control of the next Congress" but Notes that absent from the list of Democratic priorities "are the knottiest problems that bedeviled the outgoing Congress, including immigration, domestic surveillance and the war in Iraq." LINK

The Washington Times' Eric Pfeiffer reports on Democratic assurances the House will focus on "issues that have bipartisan support." LINK

Comments (1)

js paine:

nice to see my Nanikins has kept the ABJ
--any one but jane ... jane harman that is ----Rolling along

aides talking without ID about jane getting "rolled" by the white house
of course miss the wiring diagram
sweet jane's
flop over move
simply controled "by a toggle "
at tel aviv's
ultra hush hush " bunker 13 "

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