Paul, Specter, and Lincoln: What lessons do you see in Tuesday's elections?
Tea-party pick Rand Paul won yesterday in Kentucky, Senator Arlen Specter lost his race in Pennsylvania, and Blanche Lincoln barely hung on to fight another day.
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