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says thank you.
God Bless The USA
2010-01-20 - 12:45 p.m.
More rain. And I get to go to the airport in it.
Scott Brown beat Martha Coakley for the Massachusetts Senate seat that has been owned by the late Ted Kennedy (and therefore the Democrats) since 1962.
Y'know how the Left loves to call out Rush Limbaugh, Glenn Beck, Ann Coulter et al for "hate speech"? Well, commentator Keith Olbermann called Scott Brown an "[...] irresponsible, homophobic, racist, reactionary, ex-nude model, tea bagging, supporter of violence against women and against politicians with whom he disagrees."
Isn't that MUCH more civil?
Another earthquake in Haiti. More death and devastation.
The US is still leading the world in relief effort...despite the world's opinion of us.
I'm proud to be an American.
Okay, I need to get going. Too much to do and not enough time.
Be seeing you.
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