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The Onion has the scoop on a Congressman who may have lied about his heroic death in Vietnam.

Democratic Senate hopefuls Elaine Marshall and Cal Cunningham meet tomorrow night for a debate on NBC-17.

Public Policy Polling is going to release a poll this week pitting Tim D’Annunzio against Harold Johnson. All PPP has said so far is that D’Annunzio is not much of a viable general election candidate. Can’t wait to see how he rates against Johnson.

Here is the latest Associated Press story on overtreatment. This one is about radiation from medical scans.

And, finally, George W. Bush daughter Barbara Bush says that she is glad that health reform legislation passed.

2 Comments


  1. Chris Hatfer

    June 14, 2010 at 2:28 pm

    I don’t think you could have picked two more mediocre candidates than Elaine Marshall and Cal Cunningham. Their debate was so pathetic, I had to cut the TV off. Is that the best we can do? It would take some reward points for me to even go down and vote.

  2. Adam Linker

    June 14, 2010 at 2:49 pm

    Maybe one of the candidates will launch a new rewards program during the debate tomorrow.

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