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“The question is, do the pros outweight the cons – or should I have emphasised the negative factors more strongly?”
“Safety and security outweight any problems I may have with the "idea" of the leash.”
“Due to economics of scale, the increased labor costs and increased costs of production do NOT outweight the ramp up to manufacturing.”
“And those steps outweight the ones defined by chance.”
“In that case the benefits to American industry in those same space states would far outweight the loss of Ares.”
“This will COST way too much money; and the benefits will not outweight the costs.”
“Those who wish more tax money to go to public works or welfare are free to make the argument that these expenses outweight the good done by other federal programs and therefore should take priority.”
“That allows the vast increase in % of income to outweight the paltry giving for the previous five years (before he started running for president) to arrive at a more than respectable 3.85%.”
“A few more testimonials if you've finished the other ones (consider this extra credit, I suppose): policy papers outweight testimonials. probably why the clintons are holding them back.”
“But I think the benefits outweight the drawbacks with Sen. Biden.”
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