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If CNN doesn't stop the diliberate antagonizing of both of these candidates ....... some of us who own sizeable blocks of shares will start to question your managment as towhat value our country is getting out of this!!!!
Bush is a moron but in this case I would suggest a diliberate one.
But once you look at the actual evidence, there is no denying the diliberate incompetence that took place that day within that administration-they knew.
As you did not, your post is invalid as it is a work of diliberate distortion based on selective quoting.
During their confrontation, his father gets around this self-imposed silence by confessing the motivation for his diliberate distance to Danny’s friend Reuven, who is also in the room.