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Stark / Reality

Wednesday, Nov. 01, 2006 1:14 PM


Conservative talk-show gadfly Mike Stark plans to file a suit against Virginia senatorial candidate George Allen, after campaign staffers put Stark in a headlock, slammed his head against a window and wrestled him to the ground.

Stark had asked a question about Allen's divorce in the 1970's.

Stark is a Marine and a law student, and he's also one of Senator Allen's constituents.

Allen shrugged the incident off as 'just one of those things,' while a campaign spokesperson tried to blame it on Allen's opponent, Jim Webb.

A Webb spokesman confirms that Stark has no affiliation with the Webb campaign.


Acceding to demands by Iraq Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, the United States lifted its cordon around Baghdad.

Supporters of Shiite Cleric Moqtada al-Sadr danced and sang in the streets, cheering the move as a victory.

So, after constant bluster about how withdrawing our troops would be a victory for the terrorists, we withdrew our troops, and supporters of the man who commands a pre-eminent religious militia rejoiced.

Maliki claims the cordon was interfering with his ability to govern effectively – possibly because Moqtada al-Sadr carries an influential block in the Iraq parliament.

They don't want us there. Can we leave now?


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