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Today’s Water Cooler lineup of off the beaten path online stories are: Black leaders say Paterson should stay in office,Rahm Emanuel is dead. He just hasn’t been told yet, and Religious left rallies for Obamacare’s final stand.

  • MSNBC: Black leaders say Paterson should stay in office

Influential black leaders in New York City said Thursday night that they believe Gov. David Paterson should stay in office amid allegations he and his staff interfered in a domestic violence case involving a top governor’s aide.

  • Red State: Rahm Emanuel is dead. He just hasn’t been told yet.
Reading between the lines, Rahm Emanuel is dead. He may not know it, but the man has no pulse left. His ghost is now trying to defend his legacy in the White House. Chief of Staff — the real one — Valerie Jarrett killed Rahm.
FrontPageMag: Religious left rallies for Obamacare’s final stand
The Religious and Evangelical Left, plus the Islamic Society of North America and a few others, are making a final Custer-like stand on behalf of much cherished Obamacare.

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Kerry Picket, a former Opinion Blogger/Editor of The Watercooler, was associate producer for the Media Research Center, a content producer for Robin Quivers of "The Howard Stern Show" on Sirius satellite radio and a production assistant and copy writer at MTV.

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