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“REPUBLICANS refuse to accept the facts and must lie and cheat to atempt to gain power.”
“An interesting narrative without even an atempt to back up with facts is spinning here that times are somehow bad for US or other developed countries in the historical context.”
“Becase what would really happen is that you would be informed by mail about the hearing at which your federal fine would be levied and when and where you can show up with your lawyer in a futile atempt to tell your pathetic tale of the noble citizen standing up to the tyranny of the officials that they elected.”
“This must be a record for the most useless atempt to reinterpret an apolitical meaningless entertainment poll for some prophaganda. gracchus Says:”
“Sure mutual fund companies are also big instituions, but institions that work against the investor in an atempt to maximice their profit, not for the investor.”
“As a Mexican, ceviche is my firts atempt, then sushi, smoky grilled, tahitiana strips etc.”
“This in turn leads to higher and higher local taxes in an atempt by local goverements to make upp for the shortfall in proporty tax revenues.”
“Unlike your untestable blanket contention that we can not detect God I just posted an observation that we can test via opinion polls no "Truth" claim here. why not take my comment as an atempt to clean up your sloppy and lazy use of "can't" and leave it at that.”
“As an attorney I have serious concerns with internet providers who atempt to justify circumvention of federal internet privacy laws by illegally eavesdropping on subscribers, “unless the subscriber actively rejects the invasion of privacy”.”
“If you read history: this atempt by the Republican State Attorneys General is akin to what many 'well meaning' politiicans did to skirt around the Brown -v- Topeka Board of Education – they buillt private schools and closed many public schools because they wanted to get around integration.”
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