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Chuck DeVore, assemblyman from Irvine, has been right all along. He predicted that Eagles founder Don Henley would sue him for using "The Boys of Summer" in an anti-Obama parody video. He predicted that this would become a national story. This weekend, CNN validated the guy by breaking the news that Don Henley filed a suit against DeVore in federal court.
DeVore's got a comeback post on Big Hollywood, with the usual giggling about the fact that Henley's a flaming liberal and that DeVore thinks he's on solid legal footing. On DeVore's website, there's a teaser that refers to Henley as a "famed songmeister." Hmmmm.
Anyone want to make a bet about how long it'll be before Maureen Dowd mentions this whole brouhaha in one of her chirpy columns?