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Friday, January 22, 2010

GOP wack-a-mole

Posted By on Fri, Jan 22, 2010 at 12:30 PM

And if John Boozman runs for Senate, does Asa Hutchinson run for Congress -- again? (Going to be some fun topics to pose to Asa about his days at Homeland Security, funny business with his top aide from Ark., lobbying activites, etc.) And if John Boozman runs for Senate, does Gilbert Baker run for 2nd District Congress instead?

Hungry politicians from both parties are lining up all over the place. Something needs to break the logjam. April March filing (Mar 1-8) will do it, if nothing else. Til, then, the mill churns. Such as with news that the immigrant profiling, corporation subsidizing mayor of Rogers, Steve Womack, is eyeballing the Third District.


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