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Is this a reason to be hopeful about Minnesota? or maybe it's just to get those right wing nuts all razzled up to go the polls ...
I don't doubt that Emanuel will razzle and dazzle them, as he's razzled and dazzled Blue Dogs, with proof of how the Obama team is including ineffective -- even counter-effective -- Republican ideas as part of the Stimulus Package, ideas that Obama economists had already panned.
But if one lives in America's most razzled urban environment, New York City, and craves the experience of nature, it is right there in the middle of things.
This is what, quite frankly, many liberals have done to get the communities all razzled up in fear, fearful about fear, essentially.
I've got to tell you though, too, T.J., people here on the Carolina coast not too razzled by this storm.
I was busy all week long and in pretty much a razzled, frazzled state.
November 4, 2008 at 7:44 am getting razzled about a cat in a pope hat is ignorance…
You like Clifford, and I just razzled Clifford on your blog a few days ago.
Forgive me if I get a little razzled trying to find a solution to the problem that your ...
I want to organise a Det trip and we really should get razzled together!