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Ineffective Political Ad of the Day: I foolishly thought this political ad was serious, but then Herman Cain appeared and flashed a troll smile and I sighed with relief. 

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In Case You Missed It of the Day: The most memorable moment of last night's GOP debate in Las Vegas was the heated exchange between Mitt Romney and Gov. Rick Perry over illegal immigration.

Perry attacked Romney on the issue by bringing up the former Massachusetts governor's embarrassing episode involving the illegal immigrants

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SimTax of the Day: Was Pokémon-quoting GOP presidential hopeful Herman Cain's beloved 9-9-9 tax plan based on the in-game tax model designed by Maxis for 2003's SimCity 4?

The sim-ilarities are uncanny: Cain's tax system overhaul proposes a 9% corporate income tax rate, 9% personal income tax

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Bad Lip Reading of the Day: Bad Lip Reading pays bad lip service to GOP presidential candidate Michele Bachmann (she's still a GOP presidential candidate, right?) with a brand new soundbite (previously, and) that makes more sense than anything she's ever actually said.

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Bad Lip Reading of the Day: Bad Lip Reading somehow manages to make GOP presidential candidate Rick Perry sound halfway coherent.

(Compare with original.)

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Reality Check of the Day: Based on recent polls, Republican frontrunner Gov. Rick Perry currently holds a double-digit lead over GOP understudy Mitt Romney. Rep. Michele Bachmann, who trails them both, is in desperate need of a quick fix to boost her flagging numbers.

Enter: HPV.

Human papillomavirus -- the most common sexually transmitted infectio

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Death Panel of the Day: The CNN/Tea Party Express debate has its own "234 executions moment" as crowd members respond approvingly to the notion of letting an uninsured America in need of long-term intensive care die rather than be allowed to receive government aid.

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