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Aaron Rodgers as Popular as Jesus?

Tim Tebow may have captured the nation’s attention on the football field, but a new poll suggests that quarterback Aaron Rodgers is the most popular public figure in the U.S. – ranking behind only Abraham Lincoln and Jesus. A recent survey by Public Policy Polling found that 89 percent of voters in Wisconsin had a favorable view of the young quarterback – the highest approval rating found in any poll conducted by the organization. The pollsters then pitted Rodgers against others with universal appeal. Find the rest of the story here: http://bit.ly/sunB 9H  (Nov 23, 2011 | post #1)

NFL Football

Perfect Packers: Can Green Bay finish 16-0?

http://global.chri stianpost.com/news /aaron-rodgers-as- popular-as-jesus-6 2443/  (Nov 23, 2011 | post #530)

Sports

Aaron Rodgers as Popular as Jesus?

Tim Tebow may have captured the nation’s attention on the football field, but a new poll suggests that quarterback Aaron Rodgers is the most popular public figure in the U.S. – ranking behind only Abraham Lincoln and Jesus. A recent survey by Public Policy Polling found that 89 percent of voters in Wisconsin had a favorable view of the young quarterback – the highest approval rating found in any poll conducted by the organization. The pollsters then pitted Rodgers against others with universal appeal. Full article found here: http://global.chri stianpost.com/news /aaron-rodgers-as- popular-as-jesus-6 2443/  (Nov 23, 2011 | post #1)

NFL Football

Poll: Will the Lions Defeat the Unbeaten Packers?

The Packers stand a pretty good chance with Aaron Rodgers leading the offense. bit.ly/uF2NIZ  (Nov 23, 2011 | post #4)

US Politics

The Lord's Lobbyists?

The number of faith-based lobbyists in Washington, D.C., has tripled since 1970, making it a nearly $400 million per-year industry. But in today's political climate in the nation's capital, the staggering sums spent on lobbying by religious organizations are mere drop in the bucket compared to those spent on behalf of corporate interests. The full article can be found here: http://bit.ly/uhMC UP Thoughts?  (Nov 23, 2011 | post #1)