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“It's just a metter of months before Pawlenty will fall into obscurity, or worse, become a laughing stock.”
“As a metter of fact - stop the politics - period! frank in valparaiso indiana”
“He know to much about Obama, no metter if Obama say, that He did!!!”
“Learning what to let metter and what to let go of, and how to hang onto our own sense of self while in the presence of others is one of our most important developmental tasks.”
“Only this morning I remarked to my mother that it was only a metter of time before acces to the NHS was made conditional on providing photographic evidence of having eaten your 5-a-day.”
“It shouldn't be a metter of fashion or otherwise to recognise Marr as a very misguided amateur”
“Partially disabled from his military service, Wooten pointed out that neither Todd nor Sarah Palin, or Chuck Heath for that metter, served in the armed forces.”
“It is hard to believe that even if all the Scots voted Labour, it would metter a hoot, if most of the 55 million English did not also vote Labour.”
“I have seen business and military leaders and some of the metter ones had a truly fearful, but controlled temper and were quite emotional about some things.”
“Again, Hmmmmm… For his service and the things that happened to him during that (voluntary we must remember) service does he (or any vetran for that metter) deserve the Presidency, or any political office or job?”
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