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Then earse the names of the presidents who didn't (including dodged)
The Republicans will flood the airways with Rev. Wright's Anti-Semtic and Anti-American statements and even if Obama denounces him after staying with the Rev for 20 years, Obama can NOT earse it.
Specifically, to earse the mememory of what they did.
"Quite a smart affair it was with a glass 'earse ...."
Could it be the defection every which way for - No goodcitzen with a family and kids wants to be remembered for belonging to the Party that wanted to earse the Constitutional Laws, and all that other stuff - domestic spying - wiretapping and sancation murder for hire
It looks like someone's pinched a "D" off the 'earse (see picture #10) as a touching memento of The People's Miss Piggy-unless of course, "gran" is a Spanish term, and the floral tribute is simply referring to Large Daughter …
a new name for palestine, and earse another, good luck, don't act like a dummy!