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By Cliff Schecter - February 6

It's only $200 bucks! Get 'em while they're hot.

I hear looks the very same if you turn it inside out, backwards or forwards, upside down or right side up.

It's also not very wind-resistant. If the wind blows in a particular direction, it tends to follow.

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Mary Ellen said:

Funny!!! When you wear it, do you have the urge to send love letters to George Bush or kiss the ass of the nearest Republican lobbiest?

February 6, 2007 2:13 PM

Lenny said:

Actually it looks kind of nice. Wonder what part of China it's made in.

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February 6, 2007 5:46 PM

r€nato said:

the real fleece was all that crap about "Straight Talk".

February 6, 2007 8:01 PM

Basheert said:

I constantly find myself wanting to apologize for the total idiocy of the Senator from Arizona.

He does NOT represent many of our views.

He is not a maverick and he is not a straight talker...he's also boring and a 1 trick pony.

Never did anything else in his life - just got tortured so that qualifies him I guess.

February 6, 2007 10:07 PM

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About Cliff Schecter

Cliff Schecter Cliff Schecter is a veteran campaign strategist and political commentator. Schecter is a regular contributor to the Huffington Post and was a guest columnist for United Press International from 2002-2004. His work has been featured in a variety of publications including The Miami Herald, The American Prospect, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The Fordham Urban Law Journal, The Washington Monthly and He blogs at and writes a weekly satirical column each Friday called "Cliff's Corner," summarizing the week's most ridiculous events, for AMERICAblog. Surprisingly, Tom DeLay gets mentioned a lot.

During the 2004 election cycle, Schecter worked as the "liberal" pundit for The Sinclair Broadcast Group, where he debated conservative Armstrong Williams -- for significantly less cost to the White House. He has also appeared on CNN, CNBC, NPR FoxNews and the Canadian Broadcast Channel. Recently, Schecter has been a regular contributor to MSNBC, where his debates against Republicans have become some of the most popular videos on YouTube, garnering as many as 125,000 viewings. Additionally, Schecter has provided analysis on American politics for international diplomats, journalists, students and politicians as part of The State Department Bureau of International Information Programs.

Schecter, a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, holds an MA in International Affairs from the Columbia School of International and Public Affairs and is receiving his Ph.D. in American History as a Dean's Honors Fellow at American University.

Schecter was a pollster for the successful reelection of President Bill Clinton in 1996 and fundraiser for former Governor of Virginia Mark Warner in 2001. He has also provided initial opposition research for the Ned Lamont campaign's unprecedented victory over sitting senator Joe Lieberman in the 2006 primary race in Connecticut, and has consulted for the DNC, DCCC and candidates he won't mention here because they lost.


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