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Condolence cards -- Alan Grayson and Linda McMahon

Two more condolence cards!

Rep. Alan Grayson (D-Fla.), of "The Republican plan is don't get sick and/or die quickly" fame, has been defeated in Florida -- by Republican Daniel Webster. I didn't know Daniel Webster was still around! Maybe he wanted to put Grayson out of his misery!

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And in Connecticut, Linda McMahon of WWE fame just got drubbed in the Senate race by Attorney General Richard Blumenthal. Sorry, Linda!

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By Alexandra Petri  | November 2, 2010; 10:03 PM ET
Categories:  Barack Obama, Only on the Internet, Petri, Senate, That's awkward  | Tags:  cards, elections  
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Comments

I'm thankful that Grayson lived long enough to help pass a health care bill that guarantees his insurance company can't drop his coverage just because he's dead.

And it's good to know that a fake war veteran soundly whupped a "wrestler" who bet 50 million smackers that nobody would know she was faking.

Posted by: divtune | November 3, 2010 12:42 AM | Report abuse

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