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Posted at 7:34 PM ET, 12/ 2/2010

This just in: Christine O'Donnell gets a book deal; Aretha Franklin has surgery

By The Reliable Source

(Rob Carr/AP)

  • No surprise: A month after losing the Delaware Senate race, media sensation Christine O'Donnell finally has a book deal. St. Martin's Press announced it will release the tea party favorite's memoir and meditation on politics in August.





    (Henny Ray Abrams/AP)

  • Aretha Franklin had surgery Thursday for an undisclosed ailment. In a statement released to Associated Press late in the day, the Queen of Soul, 68, said the procedure was "highly successful" and that "God is still in control." Last month, she canceled all appearances until May for health reasons.
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    Comments

    TITLE:
    How to be a Deadbeat*
    Living off of others and avoiding real jobs for almost 20 years!

    It will be a spellbindi­ng and bewitching tale of how O'Donnell conned her way into national prominence buy not paying her bills, illegally using campaign contributi­ons and escaping any consequenc­es for a life of perpetual running for office.

    Posted by: suec716 | December 3, 2010 7:01 AM | Report abuse

    Deadly explosion in Delaware linked to Tea Party O'Donnell supporters. SHOCKING story at:

    http://spnheadlines.blogspot.com/2010/12/delaware-explosion-linked-to-tea-party.html

    Peace! :-)

    Posted by: SignalTwenty | December 3, 2010 9:39 AM | Report abuse

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