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About "Food Fight" and trouble at the Memphis Farmers Market:
"It would help a lot if more of the vendors took the vouchers, but that is the program's problem and not the fault of MFM. This needs to be worked out. Being poor should not force one to eat poorly." — Evil

About "Fly on the Wall" and the Obama action-figure with ninja sword:
"While he's at it, chop off the head of the tea party!" — Onemanvolt

About "Harold Ford Jr. Does Video for Marriage Equality":
"I guess by his comments in the video, he does not plan on running for office in Tennessee again." — Wayne R> Serbin

About "Halbert, Lowery Feud in Angry Email Exchange":
"Jerry Lawler would know how to handle this." — sbanbury


Comment of the Week:

About "West Memphis 3 Freed":

"Unless you're Eddie Vedder, Arkansas [is] still not a very safe place to be a longhair. Nice to see they finally released the scapegoats — too bad the police and prosecutors will be off the hook, though, and that it took so long. And it's a damned shame they haven't bothered with tracking down the real killer(s)." — cr33

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