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Saturday, September 23, 2006

The statewide comedy tour

Posted By on Sat, Sep 23, 2006 at 5:44 AM

Still more good stuff on the Stephens Media website today:

Doug Thompson analyzes Jim Holt's appeal and ponders a Republican Party of which he could be the effective head.

John Brummett dishes out political campaign awards, many of them mocking a gubernatorial campaign that deserves a little. For example (photo is for illustration purposes only, not THE actual shack):

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Most Defining Pronouncement So Far: "I was born in a tar paper shack."

Greatest Source of Voter Uncertainty in the Governor's Race: Which of the candidates was born in a tar paper shack and which wears a flak jacket? Or is that the same guy? Or was one born in a flak jacket while the other went on a drug raid to a tar paper shack?



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