Gov. Mike Beebe's approval is bipartisan and huge. U.S. Sen. Mark Pryor's numbers are tepid. Elections are about choices, however. For example: If U.S. Rep. Tim Griffin winds up in a get-even match with Pryor in 2014 (Pryor blocked the Karl Rove scheme to install hatchetman Griffin as U.S. attorney in Little Rock), his vote to end Medicare and Medicaid and protect the wealthy won't be forgotten.