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Mike's Blog Round Up

Mike's Blog Round Up

Such a quiet week, we only had to deal everyone in Wingnuttia screaming Benghazi! Benghazi! BENGHAZI!, we found kidnapping victims long ago presumed lost, and a rash of children accidentally shooting themselves and other children. Thank you for letting me be part of your week.

Frankly Curious argues that Republicans are the masters of managing low expectations, and negative feedback loops.

David E's Fablog looks into Jason Richwine, professional racist.

Addicting Info shows us that not all publicity is good publicity. Also/Too: WTF were they thinking?

Bonus track: The Lester and Charlie Review cover the Sanford election as only they can.

Round-up by Tengrain of Mock, Paper, Scissors who also blogs at Dependable Renegade. Send tips to: mbru AT crooksandliars DOT com

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