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  • Or this one, titled "Abhorrent and shallow reporting": "If Jack Buck , Red Barber and Mel Allen weren't already dead they would have killed themselves after reading your article."

    Yankees Fans Email Their Bronx Cheers

  • "President Obama Calls New Women-Oppressing Afghan Law" Abhorrent "-- But Suggests It Won't Change US Mission," from

    Jihad Watch

  • Michelle Obama Visits Remnants of Prague's Decimated Jewish Community President Obama Assails North Korea for 'Breaking the Rules'; Outlines Path to Nuclear Weapons-Free World Hours Before President Obama's Anti-Nuke Speech, North Korea Launches Missile President Obama Calls New Women-Oppressing Afghan Law "Abhorrent" -- But Suggests It Won't Change US Mission Next »

    Opinion Source: Delivering summaries of editorial and op-ed pieces from major papers by email.

  • We've been through these kind of propaganda before with Iraq's WMD, Democracy promotion, etc. So when Mr. Obama say that he finds 'Abhorrent' what the US puppet said in Kabul, it warrants blockquotes and bold typefaces.

    Think Progress

  • Brown Calls Iran's Stance Toward Israel 'Abhorrent'

    Today's WSJ in Photos: July 21, 2008

  • Obama Responds To Afghan Rape Legalization: "Abhorrent"

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • Abhorrent as those numbers are, it is even sadder that these figures include a significant number of the most vulnerable and innocent -- the children.

    Dorian de Wind: Help Arrives for Afghan Children Freezing to Death

  • Abhorrent as it may seem to those with pacifist natures and counterproductive as it may seem to fans who simply want Gretzky to score goals, it is a law of the NHL jungle that you only back down so far before turning and attacking.

    Wilbon takes another shot at Ovechkin

  • The most Abhorrent about it to me is the nutritional crime serving these would appear to be perpetrating on your children.

    Squirrel Melts

  • Sometimes they would curse her in riddles or make negative but oblique statements such as “Abhorrent badness even to the soul.”

    Crazy Like Us

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