Comments:Alaska Supreme Court rules in Senate election challenge

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Comments from feedback form - "it was horribly one sided, and..."117:28, 24 December 2010
Comments from feedback form - "What a massive failure of a pe..."015:28, 24 December 2010

Comments from feedback form - "it was horribly one sided, and..."

it was horribly one sided, and not presented very well. it also wasnt very complete, but it sure was reliable. thank you for taking your time to read my comment. how would you rate it?

64.8.148.66 (talk)19:44, 23 December 2010

Horribly one-sided? The article included comments from both the Murkowski and Miller campaigns and otherwise just reported the news.

Tom Morris (talk)17:28, 24 December 2010
 

Comments from feedback form - "What a massive failure of a pe..."

What a massive failure of a person, backed by the Tea Party and Palin and got beat by a write in candidate lolololol

65.31.128.253 (talk)15:28, 24 December 2010