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  • To Hamstring: please explain to me how Obama, who is from a single mother who at times had to resort to food stamps, hadno medical insurance, is an elitist compared to snooty, wealthy over 90 million dollars Hellary.

    Obama camp out with new gas tax ad, Clinton camp fires back

  •  I hadno choicebut to follow him as he walked down stairs that led to the Metro.

    Inner City

  • The Senate hadno way ofknowing in 2002 what we all know by now in terms of fixed and manipulated classified intelligencereleased to the Senate committee, and upon which the larger body had to base its votes.

    Obama, Hillary Both Vote Against The No-Timelines Iraq Funding Bill

  • Living here under the Big Top with a houseful of circus clowns he has hadno problem being heard even, at times, being told he needs to be quieter.

    August « 2007 « Adventures in Juggling

  • He had no job, he hadno place to live, he had twelve hundred dollars to his name — at 40years old with 2 kids.

    Brad Meltzer Q&A: Saving Superman's house and 'The Book of Lies' | EW.com

  • Such people often escaped detection, for they showedoften they hadno consciousness of crime, and they moved rapidly from place to place.5 As a rule, the fate of these disturbed individuals was execution or gaol.

    Bedlam

  • Yogi Berraof the New York Yankees hadno patiencewith people who could not make decisions.

    Take the fork in the road

  • She did not know why she had agreed to such a thing — she really hadno idea.

    Slightly Dangerous

  • The founders for the most part hadno idea what it means to make a party-let alone a movement out of a club.

    Mein Kampf

  • Israel Medical Association spokeswoman Orna Cohen said the organization hadno reports there of Israelis selling organs.

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