Need to Read, August 20, 2009
Things you may have missed from around the web yesterday:
The most outrageous lies told about foreign health care.
McCain's voting record: not so maverick-y anymore.
Max Baucus does not like those people with "YouTubes" at health care town halls.
Did Mozart die of strep throat?
Novak, Corn, and Plamegate.
Are seniors really defecting from AARP to a conservative alternative?
Charlie Crist is a rare example of a green GOP governor—but for how long?
Religious conservatives experience a conversion to Harry Potter fandom.
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