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Geez, what an accusation! And to think, Andrew Jackson lamented the lack of
liberal politicians in his day.
(Okay, now I've posted my first off-topic topic in violation of the Admin.
Donald H. White
James River Technical Communications
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|maybe not on topic, but now I know how many of my colleagues
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