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By mooseberryinn on 05-26-13 @ 10:56 am
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Given the present regime’s lack of integrity, and using gov’t agencies as weapons against the people, I
don’t think King Obama will be “on board” with We the People’s desire for a return to honor in this
country.
By Red Green on 05-28-13 @ 2:07 pm
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Bill Moyers’ and his guests are the most intelligent and honest thing on TV.  If you didn’t
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