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Mike's Blog Round Up

The Bilerico Project: $144 million poorer, John McCain’s former anti-poverty architect Meg Whitman is back and running HP. Pharyngula: A look at the “Fox Effect.” No, not that Fox Effect. Booman Tribune: Blocking federal disaster aid

The Bilerico Project: $144 million poorer, John McCain’s former anti-poverty architect Meg Whitman is back and running HP.

Pharyngula: A look at the “Fox Effect.” No, not that Fox Effect.

Booman Tribune: Blocking federal disaster aid is just the Republicans’ latest act of unprecedented obstructionism.

American Future: Can the Eurozone debt crisis – and its spillover effects – be stopped?

Off the Kuff: Five years after the Supreme Court blessed Tom Delay’s unprecedented redistricting scheme, the DOJ says Rick Perry’s new gerrymandering was “adopted, at least in part, for the purpose of diminishing” minority voting rights.

Speaking of which, your quotes of the day: "Like all of you, I Iove this country deeply. Thank you all for being here -- indeed the only thing that you love more is the living Christ.” (Rick Perry, at “The Response,” August 6, 2011). “Let people see Christ through me.” (Tom Delay, at his booking, October 2005)

Guest blogging Mike's Blog Round Up today is Jon Perr from Perrspectives. Send your tips, recommendations, comments and angst to mbru AT crooksandliars DOT com.

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