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It's Friday Finals time and this week's winners and losers, as chosen by me and heather and the staff.
Let's start with the winners:
Big winner is the big guy — big Al Gore. On Friday he got the Nobel Peace Prize for his work on global warming. Tactfully, nobody mentioned the British judge who ruled Gore made at least nine errors in "An Inconvenient Truth." Aww, who's counting anyway?
James Oddo was another big winner when he tossed that prankster TV crew out of his office when they tried to make him look like a fool. He might win mayor of New York by acclamation.
The young Eagle Scout Andrew Larochelle is a winner for having the guts to challenge the architect of the Capitol for editing the word "God" out of a flag certificate he received. Andrew was right and he won. We are now learning that Ohio Congressman Mike Turner has invited Larochelle and his family to Capitol Hill next week.
Britney Spears is a winner, but by only a hair. She did win the right to have her kids for one overnight visit a week, supervised by her mother. That's better than no nights at all.
And now for our big losers of the week — and the reasons why they were picked:
The last place winner is also our first place loser: Britney Spears. OK, you got one night a week with the kids, but you had seven nights last week. What are you up to girl? Straighten up.
Rita Cosby, former MSNBC anchor, is another big loser. Playing catch up trying to verify a shaky claim she has already published about gay sex between Howard K. Stern and Larry Birkhead, she is floundering in public.
Nancy Pelosi is another loser. She backed the architect of the Capitol who said citizens can't mention "God" in the message portion of the certificate issued for Capitol Dome flags. Turns out the high court says she is wrong — oops.
Our final loser: The cop who sued the family of a near death-drowning victim, at one year old a near vegetative human. The cop slipped on a puddle by the pool where they were trying to revive the baby. She has withdrawn the suit, but very stupid.
That's this week's big winners and big losers on our Friday finals.
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