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“Way down's quicker without Omar and with nothin' to carry.”
“With President Obama's choice to succeed retiring Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens weeks away, media attention is understandably trained on his leaked short list, their respective pro's and con's, fans and foes, up's and down's.”
“While political analysts chew over the up's, down's and inbetween's of last night's Biden/Palin debate, I'll merely say that I thought moderator Gwen Ifill's push-over performance was a disservice to the American voter, and move off of politics for the moment.”
“It's like all the men in charge have decided that if you have a ladyflower you must have down's syndrome.”
“Indeed, she went on to give a speech and then fly 8 hours home with her husband, an action -- at her age, while carrying a pre-diagnosed child with down's syndrome -- that was reckless and life endangering.”
“She would just say she misunderestimated how hard it would be to run for veep and take care of a down's syndrome infant.”
“Scroll down's Littlejohn's 'Mail' article for section on:”
“Brno, s 611 22 Win Mag. one of the bast take down's ever?”
“February 25, 2007 5: 27 AM lina said ... no, that's reality - and the world hasn't changed - and in this case, there's more working against this man than down's ..... it's unsafe for anyone to touch a child that is a stranger to them.”
“He had since rallied slowly with up's and down's, and like most things, his condition seemed in the maybe state.”
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