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GOP gives HuffPo fits: That’s the spirit!

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By Michelle Malkin  •  November 4, 2010 07:35 PM

Currently the rather familiar-sounding headline on HuffPo as of 7:30pm, November 4:

Yeah, you read it here first at 3a.m., November 3:

You know what they say: Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery!

Here’s what GOP Senate leader Mitch McConnell said that has the progs in fits:

Barely an hour after President Barack Obama invited congressional Republicans to post-election talks to work together on major issues, the Senate’s GOP leader had a blunt message: His party’s main goal is denying Obama re-election.

In a sign that combat and the 2012 elections rather than compromise could mark the next two years, Sen. Mitch McConnell on Thursday called for Senate votes to repeal or erode Obama’s signature health care law, to cut spending and to shrink government.

“The only way to do all these things it is to put someone in the White House who won’t veto any of these things,” McConnell said in a speech to the conservative Heritage Foundation.

That’s the spirit, GOP. Keep it up.

And please, Sen. McConnell, don’t blow it. I don’t want to have to resurrect the head-banging animated .gif again.

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Earlier today: Dear GOP: What not to do at Obama’s common ground Kabuki theater

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