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3:03 AM ET, December 31, 2007

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Somini Sengupta / New York Times:
Opposition Parties Vow to Proceed With Jan. 8 Election  —  NAUDERO, Pakistan — Three days after the violent killing of its leader, Benazir Bhutto, Pakistan's largest political party on Sunday picked her 19-year-old son to succeed her as chairman and vowed to forge ahead with elections next week …
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Little Green Footballs:
New Video: The Bhutto Shooting  —  The latest video of the assassination, from another angle, provides evidence that Benazir Bhutto was killed by an assassin's bullet.  —  (Video player requires Flash Player.)
Jane Perlez / New York Times:
Bhutto's Son and Husband to Lead Party
Discussion: Angry Bear and Group News Blog
CNN:
New video shows Bhutto slumping after shots
Discussion: Media Blog
New York Times:
With New Poll Results, Candidates Scramble for Edge in Caucuses  —  NEWTON, Iowa — The presidential candidates spent the last Sunday before the Iowa caucuses attending church services, staging big rallies and sniping at one another as new polls suggested tightening races in both the Democratic and Republican fields.
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Matt / Think Progress:
Huckabee: 'I Don't Know' If People Are ‘Born’ Gay, But It's A ‘Choice’ To Act Gay  —  On NBC's Meet The Press this morning, host Tim Russert asked former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee if he believed “people are born gay or choose to be gay?"  “I don't know whether people are born that way …
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Steve Benen / Washington Monthly:
NO SEX FOR YOU....I had the same read on Mike Huckabee's “Meet the Press” appearance this morning as ThinkProgress: … I see.  So, Huckabee doesn't actually care if someone is gay, he cares whether or not gays are celibate.  —  And here I thought his years of bizarre criticism of the gay community were a sign of intolerance.
Discussion: Shakespeare's Sister
Ann Althouse / Althouse:
“What one's sin is, means it's missing the mark. …
Discussion: Vox Popoli
Pundit Review Radio / BLACKFIVE:
ANTI-MILITARY LAWYER DAMAGES MARINE'S CAR ON EVE OF DEPLOYMENT  —  This ought to make your blood boil.  And this Marine should receive a commendation for not kicking the living crap out of the guy...seriously.  —  Marine Sgt Mike McNulty is on activation orders to Iraq (second tour).
Sam Roberts / New York Times:
Bloomberg Moves Closer to Running for President  —  Buoyed by the still unsettled field, Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg of New York City is growing increasingly enchanted with the idea of making an independent presidential bid, and his aides are aggressively laying the groundwork for him to run.
Roger Simon / The Politico:
Huckabee says Romney owes him apology  —  DES MOINES — Mike Huckabee told me Sunday that Mitt Romney should apologize for saying “blatantly untrue” things about him.  —  Huckabee also said such an apology would be accepted only if Romney also admitted that he “has not been forthcoming” about his own record.
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Liz Sidoti / Associated Press:
Huckabee stands by “Christ” comment
Discussion: AMERICAblog
Michael Luo / The Caucus:
Leader of Christian Iowa Group Gives Romney His Vote
Discussion: race42008.com
Telegraph:
General Petraeus: man with a message of hope  —  The critics said it couldn't be done, but the vision and determination of General David Petraeus have brought greater security and cause for optimism to the people of Iraq.  He is The Sunday Telegraph's Person of the Year.
Peter Robinson / The Corner:
Thompson Makes His Move  —  On the Internet as of sometime this afternoon, Fred Thompson's closing argument to the people of Iowa.  —  Whereas Romney is saturating the airwaves with attack ads, Thompson pays the voters the courtesy of speaking calmly, and in detail—the video runs to just over 15 minutes.
Don Surber:
France stands up to Syria  —  No scarf for Sarkozy as he suspends diplomatic relations — over the Lebanese elections.  —  Nicolas Sarkozy — L'Americain — continues to show more courage in his little pinky than the Democratic Party combined when it comes to the War on Terrorism.
Nashuatelegraph.com:
McCain our choice for GOP nomination  —  Eight years ago, when he was running as a political maverick against Republican establishment candidate George W. Bush, we endorsed John McCain for the GOP nomination for president of the United States.  —  We did so because of his integrity.
Jane Hamsher / Firedoglake:
Iowa Here We Come  —  In the airport on my way to Des Moines, where Jeralyn Merritt and I will be bringing you the latest dish from the Iowa caucuses.  In what feels like a replay of last January's Libby trial, David Shuster is on my plane.  (Coincidence?  I think not.)
Discussion: TalkLeft
 
 
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