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The GOP has its own map for Monday, though. Just as those big wheels turn, Republic National Committee chairman Reince Priebus, North Carolina GOP Chairman Robin Hayes and Virginia GOP Chairman Pat Mullins hold their own conference call “to talk about President Obama’s ‘Debt End Bus Tour Part II’ ,” they say.


“Lady Ga-Ga drops the F-Bomb at Bill Clinton Concert.”

(Headline from the Hollywood Reporter following “A Decade of Difference: A Concert Celebrating 10 Years of the William J. Clinton Foundation” at the Hollywood Bowl on Saturday.)


“This movement should not allow itself to be co-opted by partisan political hackery. If President Obama or Democrats were the answer, then, guess what? We wouldnt be here today.”

(Peace activist Cindy Sheehan at an Occupy Wall Street rally in Sacramento; she is now calling Mr. Obama “president of the 1 percent”).


• 86 percent of Americans say it’s a “good idea” for police cars to use surveillance cameras.

• 10 percent disapprove.

• 66 percent approve of surveillance cameras in major public spaces like train stations and stadiums.

• 23 percent oppose the idea, 11 percent are undecided,

• 54 percent are “closely” following news reports about increased camera surveillance of the public.

• 44 percent approve of “red light cameras” at traffic intersections.

• 55 percent of Democrats, 39 percent of independents and 38 percent of Republicans agree.

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