Money grows on trees
"A hundred years from now, school children will read about Al Gore and his leadership to address global climate change. No one has worked harder or inspired more Americans to tackle the greatest threat the world has ever faced. Now it's time to add your name to the history books. Stand with Al and pledge to live a life that will protect our environment for generations to come."
"It occurred to me the other day that amid all the big and little special caucuses there's one I have dubbed the 'Steve Caucus,' a four-member collection of middle-age Jewish guys — two veterans and two freshmen, but all liberals — from different parts of the country: Steve Israel of New York, Steve Rothman of New Jersey, Steve Kagen of Wisconsin and Steve Cohen of Tennessee.
"I wonder if these fellas actually 'caucus' due to this dual commonality? It also would offer solace to Mr. Cohen, who was snubbed in being able to enter the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) despite representing a majority black district in Memphis."
Indeed, Mr. Cohen pledged that if elected last November to his 60 percent black district, he would apply to become the first white member of the CBC. As it turned out, he was refused admission on the grounds that whites have never been allowed in the club.
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John McCaslin is a contributing columnist on Townhall.com and author of Inside The Beltway: Offbeat Stories, Scoops, and Shenanigans from around the Nation's Capital .
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