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05/04/2010

Q. What do you call the impulse that comes before the knee-jerk?

by Jeremy Hooper

A. This:

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Because prejudging does seem to be a Concerned Women For America organizational prerequisite.

It's unclear whether the president is taking any of CWA's ideas of "decency" to heart. Though considering we haven't heard of Phyllis Schlafly's even more "pro-family" cousin being on any of the shortlists, we're thinking not.

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