TAKE TWO ASPIRIN, ROBOCALL ME IN THE MORNING . . . | A Damsel in Distress

Friday, October 30, 2009

TAKE TWO ASPIRIN, ROBOCALL ME IN THE MORNING . . .

Posted By on Fri, Oct 30, 2009 at 2:33 PM


Arkansas Sen. Blanche Lincoln contemplates bleak future, hard choices, in face of re-election campaign diagnosis.


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LINCOLN JOB PERFORMANCE PCCC POLL: Sen. Lincoln has 41% favorable, 49% unfavorable rating. (Independents: 38% favorable, 52% unfavorable.) 38% think Lincoln is in-touch, 47% out-of-touch (Independents: 39% in, 47% out). 35% say Lincoln is effective, 51% ineffective. (Independents: 35% ineffective, 50% ineffective.)

Read more at: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/10/30/yet-another-public-option_n_339709.html

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