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“April 12th, 2006 at 3:14 pm 1. Courtesy of Suzanne in the previous thread, we read this statement that carefully avoids mentioning the word Censure – dated April 12, 2006 – as sent to her by her Senator:”
“I have created a blog called Censure President Bush.”
“The meter of seuen sillables is not vsual, no more is that of nine and eleuen, yet if they be well composed, that is, their Censure well-appointed, and their last accent which makes the concord, they”
“Just today, Ponnuru's colleague, Byron York, reports on a new RNC ad called "Censure" which contains this passage:”
“Censure," says a celebrated writer, "is a tax which every man must pay to the public, who seeks to be eminent.”
“For a curious specimen of this _odium theologicum_, see the "Censure" of the Sorbonne on”
“Censure", says a celebrated writer, "is a tax which every man must pay to the public, who seeks to be eminent.”
“Censure," says a late ingenious author, "is the tax a man pays to the public for being eminent.”
“updated below - with new RNC "Censure" ad and reply from Ramesh Ponnuru”
“Cavala: First "Censure", Then Purge -- The Republican Party Seeks Ideological Cleansing ….”
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