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  • They have spent millions to disparge him anyway possible, even lying about his health care plan, the stimulus, which was started by the Bush administration to bail out WALL STREET INSTEAD OF MAIN STREET.

    Poll: Confidence in Obama drops; No gains for GOP

  • The A-Team post took a swipe at LulzSec's hacking skills, a common element of an online culture in which rival gangs disparge each other.

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  • I have talked to Brian Rogers about my accounts before, but when he want to disparge someones character when he knows it is not true that is enough for me.

    McCain Campaign Sustains the Focus on Obama’s Links to a 1960s Radical - The Caucus Blog - NYTimes.com

  • Rowe Price by trying to disparge the good name of Barak Obama by trying to make out that Obama and Ayers are good friends and Obama supports terrorists.

    McCain Campaign Sustains the Focus on Obama’s Links to a 1960s Radical - The Caucus Blog - NYTimes.com

  • Public figures who mock or disparge Islam have short life spans.

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  • By all means, continue to disparge the Tea Party Patriots .... munihuni: this is for Mary ... learn something please

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  • By all means, continue to disparge the Tea Party Patriots ....

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  • And, yes, I know I'm ignoring the social validity of teacher satisfaction (would anyone actually expect teachers to disparge getting extra help for the children in their charge?), but it's students 'outcomes that matter.

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  • For those of you who disparge the educational system.

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  • In fact if there is such a huff about Peters book rather than be part of conspiracies to have him ejected from the Ashram, and in these conspiracies refer to him a madman, or a charlatan, before descending to the infra-rational why dont everyone like "reasonable folks" (and I know many in the IY disparge reason) who live in a democracy which promotes freedom of expression (all values that by the way Sri Aurobindo championed) just schedule a series of debates or open forums that can open a dialog of the matters which are controversial I would suggest it best be done in at some neutral place like a Centre here, but would open this forum to such honest debates which dont resort to hurling invectives.

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