Guess who:

[W]hat if we don't build in an exception for the so-called "liberal no's" -- that is, simply take every vote at face value? It turns out, then, that [Artur Davis of AL-7] is no longer the least valuable Democrat. Instead, it is Dennis Kucinich, who voted against health care, the hate crimes bill, the budget, the cap-and-trade bill, and financial regulation -- all ostensibly from the left -- in spite of coming from from the strongly Democratic Ohio 10th district near Cleveland.

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