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“Such moves, Mr. Romney said last week in Florida, would be "a fool's errand.”
“I wanted him to see that there were alternatives out there, and that maybe this was just a fool's quest to keep chasing down the same relationship for years and years.”
“This fool's lack of qualifications for this job is coming to light, even to the sycophants who drank the KoolAid.”
“With Sarah Palin's outright surprise in quitting, all cash donations in the past 6 mths should be returned to the fool's who supported her! atf”
“Those who hang their beliefs on a church's definition of its own sacrament -- which has been neutralized by provisions in the current bill allowing churches to opt out of performing same-sex ceremonies -- make a fool's argument.”
“Personally, I think it's a fool's wager to bet on the survival of 3D based on films by the aforementioned directors.”
“Ultimately Webb is going to benefit in 2012 from Obama coattails, with a popular President (and yes, he will be popular notwithstanding the fool's gold you Repubs pan for in the normal ebbs and flows of a President's term) driving up record Democratic turnout in a key swing state.”
“Some acknowledged, even at the height of the initial celebrations, that they might be in a fool's paradise, but the communal instinct was to celebrate and deal with tomorrow when it arrived.”
“Until I have, I guess worrying about whether or not I'm successful is a fool's exercise.”
“Your method may work with children with a native high IQ — but demanding that kind of excellence from less intelligent children seems unfair and a fool's errand.”
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