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“An expose' on what these people in the crowds shown on TV do for a living–how do they have time and money to do this-I don't–I have to go to work and take care of my family–who are these people-the news needs to show more of the other side. kph1”
“But a few people-the very rich'they still like to see a pair of flesh-and-blood hands poking around their cars and planes and boats and gadgets.”
“But the intent, for the most part, is not to terrorize black people-the intent is to protect them from criminal predators who threaten them every day.”
“New York city Councilperson Charles Barron said, "since the bombing and invasion of Gaza this past December and January-resulting in the deaths of close to 1500 people-the aggression hasn't ceased.”
“Super-delegates should vote according to the will of the people-the popular vote -- whether Clinton won that district or state, or whether they fall into the Obama column.”
“With just 2,000 American soldiers to patrol a city of 1.8 million people-the”
“For the top 1 percent-about 2 1/2 million people-the improvement in real income is 100 percent; in other words, their after-tax, inflation-adjusted incomes doubled.”
“It's unlikely that 41 people-the six at Aha's enclosure plus 35 at his tomb-would have died of natural causes at the same time.”
“You see, the working people-the men, women, and children who built America's railroads and highways, who harvested our crops and rendered our meat, and created the economic infrastructure, who fought and died in our imperial wars, have never enjoyed the same rights and privileges as the economic elite and property owners who paid their wages.”
“Babi said that there were tensions between their people-the Tajiks, who were a minority, and Tariq's people, the Pashtuns, who were the largest ethnic group in Afghanistan.”
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