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Which political talking head...

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...do you most often agree with?

For me, it's Dennis Miller. He is almost always on point, and puts it exactly like it needs to be put. His take tonight on Obama's crack about tea bagging was spot on.

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Dennis Miller= good for political discussion

Dennis Miller=bad for football,way to smart for the average fan

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Rachel Maddow. you can look back through the archives of me lobbying for her to get her own show here about a year before she did. she's level headed, not "angry" or reactionary, vulgarly intelligent, and right more often than not.

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Rachel Maddow. you can look back through the archives of me lobbying for her to get her own show here about a year before she did. she's level headed, not "angry" or reactionary, vulgarly intelligent, and right more often than not.

I can't help but wonder if some dick wouldn't wipe that omnipresent smirk off her face.

Not mine, though. :D

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i think some dick would help you let go of some of your rage.

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Uhh... haven't seen a political commentator that I haven't wanted to punch in the face.

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Mark Russell...:D

Before I got rid of HBO, I agreed with almost everything Bill Maher had to say. But I haven't seen him in awhile.

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