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Thursday, Apr. 29, 2010 3:54 AM

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown put his foot in it when he made a comment critical of a local woman over a still-open microphone, calling 66 year-old Gillian Duffy 'a sort of bigoted woman who says she used to be Labor.'

The election is eight days away, and Labor is already trailing in the polls.

The next Civil War is shaping up nicely, with ten states considering legislation similar to Arizona's new anti-immigrant law.

Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa) criticized Rep. Raul Grijalva (D-Arizona) by saying we should just cede Grijalva's district to Mexico, but also that Grijalva is advocating for Mexico and against the United States. (Grijalva opposes the new Arizona anti-immigrant law.)

Perhaps we need to point out that Rep. King has been the sponsor of several 'Christian America' resolutions, and reflect on the kind of Christianity that King represents.

MSNBC's Rachel Maddow asks the sensible question, 'Whose idea was it to have John Ensign challenge Goldman Sachs executives on ethics?' (seeing as Ensign is under a cloud for an extramarital affair and allegedly trying to buy someone's silence on the matter).

Go figure.

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