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What We Learned: Picking 2012 Sides Early

-- With Sen. John Ensign (R-Nev.) no longer a target of a Department of Justice investigation, the Nevada GOP became more likely to face another contentious Senate primary in 2012 - and they'll have to hope that the weaker general election candidate doesn't prevail this time.

-- The Wikileaks hubbub proved an old axiom: Americans don't care about foreign policy. The leaks are big news abroad, but, after a big rollout, they've largely fizzled out in the American press.

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