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If TNT runs Fred Thompson Law & Order episodes, does equal time mean running marathons of Mitt at the Olympics and Rudy in Anger Management? (Gee whiz, Romney loses the entertainment race there if so.)

UPDATE: I almost forgot! From an e-mail:

Will “Wedding Crashers” be hustled out to network television too, so McCain can get his equal time? But then, that means Carville gets time too.

Personally, I’d like to see a politician-actor movie marathon for the weekend. Lots of FDT, Ahnold, Jesse Ventura, and Clint Eastwood. Maybe even a “Love Boat” retrospective…

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