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DiFi sees doom; Rand Paul supporter votes with his feet; Soros drops $1 million for marijuana

Millions of words have been wasted in the coverage of the midterm elections. Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) was able to sum up the whole situation with a single word: "bad."

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Atlas Shrugged. Rand Paul supporters go a bit further.
Lauren Valle, the young MoveOn activist attacked by Rand Paul supporters at Monday night's Kentucky Senate debate, suffered a concussion and sprained shoulder and arm, according to MoveOn. Video footage shows her being dragged to the ground by Paul supporters, one of whom stomped on her head.

It's but the latest sign that overheating anger is finding its way to places other than the ballot box. NPR reports that it received a bomb threat over its firing of Juan Williams because of the commentator's remarks on Fox News.

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Liberal billionaire George Soros has been unusually quiet this election cycle, and now we know why: He's heavily involved in marijuana. He has given $1 million to the ballot effort in California to legalize marijuana. On the street, that sort of contribution could have purchased Soros some 300 kilograms of the good stuff.

By Dana Milbank  | October 26, 2010; 9:35 PM ET
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H E I L Paul!!!!!!!

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