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“In the last few weeks we've seen Romney take a hard right-turn on immigration, first telling an audience that he would veto the DREAM Act if president, and then accepting the endorsement of Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach R, the author of Arizona's S.B. 1070, and Alabama's H.B. 56, among a slew of state and local anti-immigrant bills.”
“Drivers often run the red right-turn signal for continuing on Park.”
“Site plan approved for a right-turn lane on 1.45 acres zoned C-3 (commercial), at 3619 S. George Mason Dr. (SP-08069-003-2) 20.”
“Chiller – 1986 – Exidy Inc. Brought to us by the team that did similar light-gun shooters like “Crossbow” and “Crackshot”, “Chiller” takes a major right-turn down the path to hell.”
“The fact that the Democrats have completely accepted a long-standing Republican perspective on education represents yet another sharp right-turn for the Democrats.”
“While acknowledging the sharp right-turn executed by the Bush administration, I emphasized the continuity of unilateralism in U.S. foreign policy.”
“Rove is just another name for a pathetic loser; sure, he brought victory to Bush in 2000 and 2004, but just wait, all those GOPers are taking right-wing theocratic positions and they are making a right-turn which will haunt them!”
“I was merging over into a right-turn lane, and they were pulling out of a gas station.”
“Stop trying to turn left from the right-turn lane!”
“The driver-in-motion was lucky -- her skidding right-turn collision with a car waiting for the left-turn light probably saved her life, because she would have slid off the road down a 20 plus foot embankment otherwise.”
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