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Today on the Dish we discovered that Pelosi signed off on "EIT"s, Obama found some chump change savings in the budget, and canned his first soldier for being gay. Rupert Murdoch has decided to charge us for his Web. Plus, Hilzoy totally pwned Senate Republicans over their ludicrous new ad.

American Muslims and Southern Baptists finally took a stand on torture while John Winn tried to defend it to a jury. Also, Richard Just made a case for a gay justice and Little Green Footballs continued its stand against the far right.

In other punditry, Rosen replied to his critics, Joe Klein took on Noah Pollak, K-Lo oozed cant, and Posner proclaimed that the auto bailout worked (despite the devastation wrought by chickens). I also compared the greatest crimes of our last two presidents and advanced the notion that inhumanity is an extremely human thing (something several readers took issue with). TYWKIWDBI unearthened a fascinating relic of waterboarding.

Last but not least, we gave Palin the Keyboard Cat treatment. It was that kind of day.

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