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  • I don'twant to burstanyone's protectivebubble, but I've been fighting the same enemy for 25 years and before I came along, there was a whole list of better men than myself who gave their lives fighting this SAME enemy.

    Help yourself revolution

  • “You don'twant the government to decide whether you live or … die, do you?” and that leads to:

    He Had His Chance (or, My Partial Open Letter to President Clinton)

  • Conyer's has laid barea simple fact, Democratshave decided to "do nothing" not because they questionthat this Administration hasviolatedand brokenthe law, but because they just don'twant to demand accountability if it looks bad or if it might be difficult.

    Rebut Conyers' Reasons Not To Impeach

  • His finace said, "I don't know, that doesn't sound like a good idea, I don'twant there to be strippers or anything".

    THE NEWS BLOG

  • I don't know anything about any business dealings you had with my father, and I don'twant to know.

    Wild Blood

  • Newt caused this country more pain, he simply doesn' t get it, his time is over, over, over, why is it that these old guys don'twant to leave the Stage?

    msnbc.com: Top msnbc.com headlines

  • "We don'twant to finish with this," coach Sharon Fanning Otis said.

    daytondailynews.com - News

  • Women have to put up with some men in positions of authority telling us that we just aren't as good as men (presumably because they don'twant an increase in competition at the top?)

    Life and style | guardian.co.uk

  • 'I don'twant to sound big-headed, but I've never come upagainst anyone who has tornme to shreds.

    Football.co.uk news feed

  • If you don'twant to pay, or if you stall, then you will feel greater and greater pressure to do the right thing.

    Think Progress

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