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Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Your turn

Posted By on Wed, Jul 21, 2010 at 5:03 PM

The Wednesday line commences.

PS: Y'all let me know if you get a news release John Boozman decrying this unconscionable government bailout of depositors in a failed bank in Rogers, now getting taxpayer subsidies under the new financial reform legislation. They knew the rules. Screw 'em if they made a bad investment. Let 'em pay their own way. American taxpayers shouldn't. Right, John?

PPS — And ask Boozman if he's going to vote tomorrow against extending jobless benefits for some 16,000 Arkansans. Sen. Blanche Lincoln voted for it today.

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