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You could do it using the Twisted Python framework in a three lines or so (Twisted is asynchronous and event driven like nodejs) :)
Can you show me how to do it in 3 loc of Twisted?
from twisted.web import proxy, http
from twisted.internet import reactor
protocol = proxy.Proxy
Bah, this is pre-packaged class, not the actual proxy implemented in Twisted.
Um, what did you think the node.js one was? Did you not see the require('http') and require('sys') at the top?
This twisted proxy supports HTTP 1.0 only.
They added a HTTP11ClientProtocol  in Twisted, but building a proxy on top of that would require a bunch more lines.
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