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- that would have; that would’ve.
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If either of us got glimpsed, that'd've ended this game.
It's taken some time, and cost us heavily in our own flesh and blood, but we finally have the self-absorbed fools who came here looking for a free lunch (that'd've been us) right where we need them.
GOP heads on pikes and a 111th Congress that'd've made the 75th Congress look like the 69th.