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Saturday, November 28, 2009

Hey, hey, ho, ho

Posted By on Sat, Nov 28, 2009 at 3:40 PM

Arkansas to the Cotton Bowl, or better, with a win over LSU tonight?

Talk about that or whatever else moves you right here. Holiday blogging for me still.

Tweets of the day include:

Kim Hanke has reportedly revived his long-standing interest in breaking into political life with a run for lt. gov. (Republican; he once employed Janet Huckabee, remember?). I know from talks with him of his interest in times past. I bet he'd get interested plenty, along with a gaggle of others, if the incumbent lt. gov., Bill Halter, aimed for something else.

* Mike Huckabee's Christmas book is supposed to hit the NY Times best-seller list this week, high in top 10.

* Enthusiasm gap -- Republican voters can't wait to get to the polls, Dems not so much -- bodes ill for 2010.

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