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Saturday, October 25, 2008

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Jim Martin voted against making soliciting minors for prostitution a felony. He voted against making English our office language twice. Martin also voted for what was the largest tax increase in Georgia's history. And, Martin voted to increase his own taxpayer funded expense check by 27 percent -- which amounted to a pay increase that he could spend on himself.

More at www.JimMartinFacts.com.

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Who Is He?


Al Franken "the sort of knee-jerk partisan that both parties should avoid." He lashes out at those who disagree. Franken humiliates minorities, demeans women, writes pornography, makes child abuse a joke and laughs at the disabled. Democrats find Franken's behavior "appalling" and "completely unacceptable." Al Franken is unfit for office.

More at www.FranklyFranken.com.

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Tech Stocks on Sale

Barron's Mark Veverka discusses several tech stocks that offer a glimmer of light in an otherwise bleak sector. (Oct. 25)

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McCain steps up attacks on Obama

Republican Presidential Candidate Sen. John McCain is stepping up his attacks on Democratic rival Sen. Barack Obama and stumping energetically in the West, claiming a home-town edge in crucial battleground states in the region. (Oct. 25)

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Europe and Asia will work together to tackle crisis

Leaders of European and Asian countries have agreed to work together to tackle the global financial crisis, according to EU chief Jose Manuel Barroso. He spoke at the end of a summit in Beijing which saw 40 countries represented.

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Argentina's farmers under pressure from financial crisis

Argentina's farmers are suffering heavily under the global financial crisis. With demand for cereals falling around the world, prices are plummeting and the forecast is not looking good.

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Eye To Eye- Weakening Economy

Only On The Web: Katie Couric speaks with former U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission chairman Arthur Levitt about the weakening state of the economy, and what could be expected for the future.

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Casino Heads Bet On McCain

It seems gambling industry honchos are hoping to better their odds by increasing John McCain's. Sharyl Attkisson follows the campaign money - all the way to sin city.

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Questioning The Polls

As speculation grows over the outcome of Campaign '08, polls have been used as a reference point. But, as Jeff Greenfield reports, the numbers can vary widely among each polling source.

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Schieffer On McCain's Chances

John McCain's favorability has dropped considerably with voters, according to recent polls. Katie Couric speaks with "Face The Nation" host Bob Schieffer about McCain's campaign.

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The Sport Of Mutton Bustin'?

A Colorado businessman has turned a rather unusual tradition practiced by farm kids into a competitive sport growing in popularity. Steve Hartman learns about mutton bustin'.

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Can McCain Make A Comeback?

Most polls are favoring Barack Obama in the presidential race, but John McCain has been called the "comeback kid." Chip Reid reports on McCain's revised strategy.

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Jittery World Markets Plunge

As financial markets opened around the world, investors dumped their stock fearing a global recession. Anthony Mason reports.

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OPEC To Cut Oil Production

An emergency meeting was held by OPEC to halt tumbling oil prices. A decision to reduce the supply of oil was agreed upon but, as Sheila MacVicar reports, it may not be adhered by officials.

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