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Pickings from the political grapevine.
New York democratic congresswoman Louise Slaughter use some strong language while speaking to pro choice supporters at a rally Thursday.
She was talking about the budget battle with Republicans.
And the debate over GOP proposals on abortion when she made this statement.
This is probably one of the worst times it was seen because the numbers of people.
Who are elected to congress -- -- through this is co chaired the arts caucus in 94 before I let you see every time -- -- the National Endowment for the Arts.
Now they're here to kill women.
Well shortly after the shooting of Arizona congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords in January slaughter decried that sort of heated political rhetoric.
And as the hill newspaper reported slaughter quote suggested the Federal Communications Commission was not working anymore.
Adding she would look at ways to better police language.
On the airwaves.
It was a different type of shut down in the Republic of Georgia the French press agency reports a 75 year old woman accidentally cut off access to the Internet.
All of it in Georgia and neighboring Armenia when she hacked into a fiber cable while digging for scrap metal.
She was arrested and charged with -- damaging property.
However the woman insists she didn't do it saying quote.
I have no idea what the Internet issues.
And finally Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi.
Isn't letting his legal woes affect his mood.
While handing out prizes to a dozen promising young college graduates.
He joked to female recipients were so wonderful he was thinking of inviting them to his famed bongo bongo parties.
He also told one of their male friends he was cute enough to come along as well.
Berlusconi's trial on sex and corruption charges began earlier this week.
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