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“Charles in Charge is definitely a show that you love to hate (or is it hate to love?).”
“She says the message was a joke, but the authorities did not find amusing her use of the phrase "Charge, angry youth.”
“Mr Belvedere? those were some pretty funny shows … Charles in Charge is everything a corny 90’s sitcom should be … relax it’s not supposed to be taken seriously.”
“To read Carl Bernstein’s A Woman in Charge is to be struck by the depth of this woman’s early commitment to poor children and her willingness to devote herself, body and mind, to their plight.”
“She already has a new job title: "Executive in Charge of Obama Bashing”
“He's in Charge -- Rescue of Captain Phillips boosts President Obama's image as a leader.”
“If he actually got that, why would he exclaim “What the hell?” at the Charles in Charge reference (he telegraphed it right at the start, “Charles and Buddy” are the main characters in Charles in Charge)?”
“So the Punky Brewster and A-Team references, and the fact that the team is comprised of the cast of The Facts of Life was OK (“you take the good, you take the bad”), but the Charles in Charge bit was over line line?”
“Elected offices/civic activities: At-large member, Libertarian National Committee; treasurer, FairVote; board member, Citizens in Charge and Citizens in Charge Foundation; former chairman and treasurer, Libertarian National Committee; former chairman, vice chairman and treasurer, Libertarian Party of Virginia.”
“Customs Enforcement, under Special Agent in Charge Peter Smith, cooperated with this investigation.”
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