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January 14, 2005

So much to say ... where to begin?

After a long and rainy drive, I am on-line in North Carolina.  Having had time to reflect on some of the opinions and also having now quickly reviewed my e-mail, I am a bit overwhelmed by how much I want to say and share about Booker based on new developments, commentary I have received from others, and my own latest thoughts. 

To begin slowly, let me first thank Professor Ron Wright for his able guest blogging this afternoon.  I also want to thank everyone who has sent me thoughts and materials via e-mail, as well as everyone who has posted comments on the blog.  (I have received roughly 300 substantive e-mails, and see more than 225 blog comments, now just over 36 hours since Booker's release). 

I have added a few of my own thoughts to Ron's provocative posts on provoking Congress and Breyer's Ouiji Board, and I expect my Booker buzz will also allow me to share additional thoughts and materials in some coming posts.

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