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Our legislature convenes on the 12th of January, 2009, a little less than a month away. Who's going to keep an eye on what? It's getting time to see what garbage they try pulling this coming session.
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I'd like to throw - not only my shoes, but my credentials and press badges at some of these idiots that think they have some sort of zealous right over our own kids.
But then, that would be stooping to their low levels, eh? __________________ http://www.hughesforgov.com
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