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Click here to vote or here to learn more about the kidnapped journalists–I did the (uncredited) research for the April report referenced in the “Act Now!” post.

 

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I don’t like the impossible dichotomy implied by the phrase “Muslim world” and yet that is what I wrote when I submitted the poll.  Somehow its constant repetition in the mainstream media managed to pervade my thought process.  Ehh.

 

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15206682_c5d6fc8a82Oddly enough, the only option I came up with that isn’t technically a “policy” (prosecuting KBR) is currently the most popular answer.  Ehh, I don’t understand The Nation readers.

 

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President Obama and comedian Wanda Sykes laugh off some of the recent Republican attacks at the annual White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner.

 

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For some reason, the editors rejected the last two answers I suggested:

* “Returning the top marginal tax rate to pre-Bush levels is ‘socialism'”

* “There is nothing ironic about anti-gay conservatives promoting ‘tea bagging'” (my personal fav)

 

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My vote was for progress on transitioning to a green economy ahead of the global climate change conference in Copenhagen.

 

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I proposed this poll after the Rick Wagoner ouster at GM.  My vote is for Tom Kilgore of the coal ash spilling Tennessee Valley Authority.

 

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