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May 3, 2006

Michelle Malkin's Super Secret Scrapbook

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Hey, it’s not completely in jest.

If the pervasive meme hamstrung to the Dems has been “lack of message,” there are signs of a paradigmatic shift.  It’s early yet, but leading indicators  — visual and otherwise — (and I’m not just referring to the hottie watch) suggest a growing receptivity to the minority.  If this new trend takes hold, the ’06 line on the party could be: Democrats are sexy!  Attractive, once again.



(image 1: Jason Reed/Reuters. George Clooney and Barack Obama. Washington. April 27, 2006. Via YahooNews.  image 2: Stephen Crowley/The New York Times.  Representative Rahm Emanuel.  Washington. April 30, 2006. nyt.com.  image 3: Lee Marriner/AP. John Edwards. Concord, N.H., Thursday, April 20, 2006.  via YahooNews.)

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