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  • Obama is our last hope for global unity before our total descent into empirial darkness and no one save the silent majorirty can see it; wake up. bevie

    Poll of polls: Obama losing ground

  • But in the long haul, they are facing a tyranny as sinister as the empirial thugs they are replacing.

    Bolivarianism Triumphs in Referendum Vote

  • What is wonderful about the film is the lavish depiction of the empirial court, as well as the passions and deceptions running through same.

    The New Lou Review 4

  • Until he does, one must shake one's head in sadness at a fine mind longing for the Cold War, or for a new villain to justify a wrong-headed empirial militancy in the Middle East, or who knows what.

    Gary Hart: The NIE Iran Report and Alan Dershowitz

  • The empirial part clearly identifies that the most promising strategy for doing business in Brazil is intensive networking and new ventures should enter the market only with professional support from Brazilian partners who are more familiar with the peculiarities of the market.

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  • And lastly, Captain Juno Eclipse, a beautiful empirial pilot.

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  • If you think we are on the wrong path, if you want to reverse the empirial presidency, if you want to get out of Iraq, if you want to do something differently with the economy vote for Obama / Biden

    Drudge Retort

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