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Posted 4/25/2013 12:51 AM


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   Gee i don't think Senor Rubio would be in favor of packing off hospital patients back to native Mexico....no the shining light of the gops hopes of finally winning another presidential election sometime in Karl Roves lifetime would sure frown on the hosptials one way coach ticket to homeland....

Immigration Reform News 2013: Marco Rubio Defends Immigration Bill Amid Boston Explosions, Politico Report

 

U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., took issue with a recent report from POLITICO stating that immigration reform would favor Democrats over Republicans. (Photo : Reuters)

Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., has gone all in on the bill that would reform the nation's immigration laws, defending the bill this week against both reports from Politico suggesting the bill would benefit Democrats and a push from legislators to delay the bill due to two suspects in the Boston Marathon bombings being immigrants.

Rubio took exception to a recent report from POLITICO that suggested that immigration reform could "cripple" the Republicans in elections around numerous states around the U.S. instead of helping them.

The report's analysis claims that if many of the immigrants that currently are ineligible to vote would have been allowed to vote in the last November elections "and voted along the same lines as other Hispanic voters did last fall, President Barack Obama's relatively narrow victory last fall would have been considerably wider."

Among the provisions in the bill proposed by the bipartisan U.S. Senate panel that Sen. Rubio is part of is the inclusion of a pathway to citizenship for many of the estimated 11 million immigrants who live illegally in the U.S.

Rubio cited GOP strategist Karl Rove's point during an interview with Fox that pointed out many of undocumented immigrants currently living in the U.S. are not in fact Hispanic.

"Not all 11 million illegal immigrants here today will qualify to become citizens, and not all of the 11 million illegal immigrants are Hispanic," Sen. Rubio said in a statement on his website. "Historically, many green card holders choose not to become citizens. And, unfortunately, not all eligible voters - regardless of their backgrounds - turn out to vote. Under the immigration legislation, not all illegal immigrants currently in this country will be eligible for temporary status and, as a result, will be subject to deportation."

As the Washington Post notes, statistics from the Pew Hispanic Research Center in 2010 showed that 81 percent of undocumented immigrants were of Hispanic origin. However, the report also notes that the 13-year length of time it would take for many of those immigrants to become citizens under the proposed bill could mean that fewer undocumented immigrants could vote before 2026 or 2028.

However, the POLITICO report isn't the only issue that has Sen. Rubio's attention when it comes to immigration reform--a topic that some speculate could help the Florida senator in his rumored 2016 presidential campaign.

During the last few days, legislators have been coming forward asking for Congress to hold off on passing the recently-submitted immigration reform bill after the news that the two suspects accused of detonating bombs at the Boston Marathon--which killed three and injured more than 180 people-were Chechen immigrants.

The topic was hotly debated at the first Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on the bill Monday.

 

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Posted 4/25/2013 1:05 PM


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Columnist Ann Coulter makes a great argument for opposing even a lot of our current LEGAL immigration policies:

The problem isn’t just illegal immigration, it’s legal immigration, too

The people of Boston are no longer being terrorized by the Marathon bombers, but amnesty supporters sure are.

On CNN’s “State of the Union” last weekend, Sen. Lindsey Graham’s response to the Boston Marathon bombers being worthless immigrants who hate America — one of whom the FBI cleared even after being tipped off by Russia — was to announce: “The fact that we could not track him has to be fixed.”

Track him? How about not admitting him as an immigrant?

As if it’s a defense, we’re told Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev (of the Back Bay Tsarnaevs) were disaffected “losers” — the word used by their own uncle — who couldn’t make it in America. Their father had already returned to Russia. Tamerlan had dropped out of college, been arrested for domestic violence and said he had no American friends. Dzhokhar was failing most of his college courses. All of them were on welfare.

(Dzhokhar was given everything America had to offer, and now he only has one thing in his future to look forward to … a tenured professorship.)

My thought is, maybe we should consider admitting immigrants who can succeed in America, rather than deadbeats.

But we’re not allowed to “discriminate” in favor of immigrants who would be good for America. Instead of helping America, our immigration policies are designed to help other countries solve their internal problems by shipping their losers to us.

The problem isn’t just illegal immigration. I would rather have doctors and engineers sneaking into the country than legally arriving ditch-diggers.

Teddy Kennedy’s 1965 immigration act so dramatically altered the kinds of immigrants America admits that, since 1969, about 85 percent of legal immigrants have come from the Third World. They bring Third World levels of poverty, fertility, illegitimacy and domestic violence with them. When they can’t make it in America, they simply go on welfare and sometimes strike out at Americans.

In addition to the four dead and more than 100 badly wounded victims of the Boston Marathon bombing, let’s consider a few of the many other people who would be alive, but for Kennedy’s immigration law:

– The six Long Island railroad passengers murdered in 1993 by Jamaican immigrant Colin Ferguson. Before the shooting, Ferguson was unemployed, harassing women on subways, repeatedly bringing lawsuits against police and former employers, applying for workman’s compensation for fake injuries and blaming all his problems on white people. Whom he then decided to murder.

– The two people killed outside CIA headquarters in 1993 by Pakistani illegal immigrant Mir Qazi. He had been working as a driver for a courier company. (It’s nearly impossible to find an American who can drive.)

– Christoffer Burmeister, a 27 year-old musician killed in a mass shooting by Palestinian immigrant Ali Hassan Abu Kamal in 1997 at the Empire State Building. Hassan had immigrated to America with his family two months earlier at age 68. (It’s a smart move to bring in immigrants just in time to pay them Social Security benefits!)

– Bill Cosby’s son, Ennis, killed in 1997 by 18-year-old Ukrainian immigrant Mikhail Markhasev, who had come to this country with his single mother eight years earlier — because we were running short on single mothers.

Markhasev, who had a juvenile record, shot Cosby point-blank for taking too long to produce his wallet. He later bragged about killing a “n*gger.

– The three people murdered at the Appalachian School of Law in 2002 by Nigerian immigrant Peter Odighizuwa, angry at America because he had failed out of law school. At least it’s understandable why our immigration policies would favor a 43-year-old law student. It’s so hard to get Americans to go to law school these days!

– The stewardess and passenger murdered by Egyptian immigrant Hesham Mohamed Hadayet when he shot up the El Al ticket counter at the Los Angeles airport in 2002. Hesham, a desperately needed limousine driver, received refugee status in the U.S. because he was a member of the Muslim Brotherhood. Apparently, that’s a selling point if you want to immigrate to America.

– The six men murdered by Mexican immigrant Salvador Tapia at the Windy City Core Supply warehouse in Chicago in 2003, from which he had been fired six months earlier. Tapia was still in this country despite having been arrested at least a dozen times on weapons and assault charges. Only foreign newspapers mentioned that Tapia was an immigrant. American newspapers blamed the gun.

– The six people killed in northern Wisconsin in 2004 by Hmong immigrant Chai Soua Vang, who shot his victims in the back after being caught trespassing on their property. Minnesota Public Radio later explained that Hmong hunters don’t understand American laws about private property, endangered species, or really any laws written in English. It was an unusual offense for a Hmong, whose preferred crime is raping 12-to-14-year-old girls — as extensively covered in the Fresno Bee and Minneapolis Star Tribune.

– The five people murdered at the Trolley Square Shopping Mall in Salt Lake City by Bosnian immigrant Sulejman Talovic in 2007. Talovic was a Muslim high school dropout with a juvenile record. No room for you, Swedish doctor. We need resentful Muslims!

– The 32 people murdered at Virginia Tech in 2007 by Seung-Hui Cho, a South Korean immigrant.

– The 13 soldiers murdered at Fort Hood in 2009 by “accused” shooter Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan, son of Palestinian immigrants. Hasan’s parents had operated a restaurant in Roanoke, Va., because where are we going to find Americans to do that?

– The 13 people killed at the American Civic Association in Binghamton, N.Y., by Vietnamese immigrant Jiverly Wong, who became a naturalized citizen two years after being convicted of fraud and forgery in California. Wong was angry that people disrespected him for his poor English skills.

– Florence Donovan-Gunderson, who was shot along with her husband, and three National Guardsmen in a Carson City IHOP gunned down by Mexican immigrant Eduardo Sencion in 2011.

– The three people, including a 15-year-old girl, murdered in their home in North Miami by Kesler Dufrene, a Haitian immigrant and convicted felon who had been arrested nine times, but was released when Obama halted deportations to Haiti after the earthquake. Dufrene chose the house at random.

– The many African-Americans murdered by Hispanic gangs in Los Angeles in the last few years, including Jamiel Shaw Jr., a star football player being recruited by Stanford; Cheryl Green, a 14-year-old eighth-grade student chosen for murder solely because she was black; and Christopher Ash, who witnessed Green’s murder.

During the three years from 2010 through 2012, immigrants have committed about a dozen mass murders in this country, not including the 9/11 attack.

The mass murderers were from Afghanistan, South Korea, Vietnam, Haiti, South Africa, Ethiopia and Mexico. None were from Canada or Western Europe.

I don’t want to hear about the black crime rate or the Columbine killers. We’re talking about immigrants here! There should be ZERO immigrants committing crimes. There should be ZERO immigrants accepting government assistance. There should be ZERO immigrants demanding that we speak their language.

We have no choice about native-born losers. We ought to be able to do something about the people we chose to bring here.

Meanwhile, our government officials just keep singing the praises of “diversity,” while expressly excluding skilled immigrants who might be less inclined to become “disaffected” and lash out by killing Americans.

In response to the shooting at Fort Hood, Army Chief of Staff Gen. George W. Casey Jr. said: “As horrific as this tragedy was, if our diversity becomes a casualty, I think that’s worse.”

On “Fox News Sunday” this week, former CIA director Gen. Michael Hayden said of the Boston bombing suspects, “We welcome these kinds of folks coming to the United States who want to be contributing American citizens.”

Unless, that is, they have a college degree and bright prospects. Those immigrants are prohibited.


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Posted 4/25/2013 3:08 PM


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  Look i was critical of the Bush admin during the 9/11 debabcle and i must say Janet's Homeland security troops and Robert Mueller's FBI ( a holdover Bush appointment ) HAVE not exactly shined in the Boston terror attack as more and more facts are disclosed.

Lawmakers: Did FBI drop ball In probe?

Members of Congress are demanding answers from the FBI about whether the marathon bombings could have been prevented — citing a 2011 Russian warning about one of the Chechen suspects — and whether the feds should have recognized the suspect in their own surveillance images before Friday’s gun battle and a police officer’s murder.

“The victims and all the citizens deserve to get more information on this,” said U.S. Rep. William Keating.

U.S. Rep. Stephen F. Lynch said he expects a full briefing from FBI officials.

 

“There are several people in the Oversight Committee that will look at that,” he said. “I’m sure there will be keen interest in getting all the information and see if there are there any lessons learned that we can improve upon.”

U.S. Rep. Peter King of New York, who chairs the congressional committee on counterterrorism, sent a letter to Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano and Director of National Intelligence James Clapper demanding all the records connected to Tamerlan Tsarnaev, the 26-year-old who was investigated by FBI officials in 2011 for alleged ties to radical Chechen extremists.

“I definitely think they owe us an explanation, especially to the people of Boston” said King, who sent the letter along with Homeland Security Committee chairman Michael McCaul or Texas. “Even if they investigated him and didn’t find enough there, why didn’t they follow up when he went back there for six months?”

U.S. Rep. Jason Chaffetz of Utah, who sits on the Homeland Security committee, said he expects answers.

“If even Russia thinks he was a problem, you got to take that pretty seriously,” he said.

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STEALTH REPARATIONS: New York Times confirms Obama administration behind billions in fraudulent payments

http://beforeitsnews.com/opinion-conservative/2013/04/stealth-reparations-new-york-times-confirms-obama-administration-behind-billions-in-fraudulent-payments-2629836.html

Couple more articles about this rip off.....

http://crackersquire.blogspot.com/2013/04/federal-spigot-flows-as-farmers-claim.html

http://spotlightoncorruption.wordpress.com/2013/04/27/obama-and-holder-tied-to-the-pigford-scandal/

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It’s not often that I’ll write approvingly of an article in The New York Times, but for Sharon LaFraniere’s masterful deconstruction of the Pigford Scandal, I’ll make an exception.

Pigford, you may recall, was first exposed by Andrew Breitbart and because of it he was sued, dismissed and lampooned by the Democrat-Media Complex. The term vindication was invented for situations like this.

In the winter of 2010, after a decade of defending the government against bias claims by Hispanic and female farmers, Justice Department lawyers seemed to have victory within their grasp.

Ever since the Clinton administration agreed in 1999 to make $50,000 payments to thousands of black farmers, the Hispanics and women had been clamoring in courtrooms and in Congress for the same deal. They argued, as the African-Americans had, that biased federal loan officers had systematically thwarted their attempts to borrow money to farm.

But a succession of courts — and finally the Supreme Court — had rebuffed their pleas. Instead of an army of potential claimants, the government faced just 91 plaintiffs. Those cases, the government lawyers figured, could be dispatched at limited cost.

They were wrong.

On the heels of the Supreme Court’s ruling, interviews and records show, the Obama administration’s political appointees at the Justice and Agriculture Departments engineered a stunning turnabout: they committed $1.33 billion to compensate not just the 91 plaintiffs but thousands of Hispanic and female farmers who had never claimed bias in court.

The deal, several current and former government officials said, was fashioned in White House meetings despite the vehement objections — until now undisclosed — of career lawyers and agency officials who had argued that there was no credible evidence of widespread discrimination. What is more, some protested, the template for the deal — the $50,000 payouts to black farmers — had proved a magnet for fraud…

The compensation effort sprang from a desire to redress what the government and a federal judge agreed was a painful legacy of bias against African-Americans by the Agriculture Department. But an examination by The New York Times shows that it became a runaway train, driven by racial politics, pressure from influential members of Congress and law firms that stand to gain more than $130 million in fees. In the past five years, it has grown to encompass a second group of African-Americans as well as Hispanic, female and Native American farmers. In all, more than 90,000 people have filed claims. The total cost could top $4.4 billion

…From the start, the claims process prompted allegations of widespread fraud and criticism that its very design encouraged people to lie: because relatively few records remained to verify accusations, claimants were not required to present documentary evidence that they had been unfairly treated or had even tried to farm. Agriculture Department reviewers found reams of suspicious claims, from nursery-school-age children and pockets of urban dwellers, sometimes in the same handwriting with nearly identical accounts of discrimination

…But critics, including some of the original black plaintiffs, say that is precisely what the government did when it first agreed to compensate not only those who had proof of bias, but those who had none…

…[For example, in] 16 ZIP codes in Alabama, Arkansas, Mississippi and North Carolina, the number of successful claimants exceeded the total number of farms operated by people of any race in 1997, the year the lawsuit was filed. Those applicants received nearly $100 million…

…Acting Associate Attorney General Tony West, who supervised the civil division and oversaw the handling of the cases, canceled an interview. Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. also declined to comment…

Like Operation Fast and Furious and Benghazi, the Pigford Scandal is a hundred times worse than Watergate. It represents institutionalized corruption and theft orchestrated by the President of the United States.

It is, in effect, a form of stealth reparations in the form of criminal activity on the part of this administration.

Heads should roll and impeachment should be on the table. Knowing the cowardly, feckless House Republican leadership, however, it’s likely all of this will be ignored because John Boner and Eric Cantor are more interested in retaining their white-knuckled grip on power than doing the right thing.

Kudos to The New York Times for covering this blatant, open ripoff of the American taxpayer.


 
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  Not even out of Kabul and there dust covered suburbs, Johnny and the gops just can't stand to see an opportunity like Damascus go to waste. We've got F-35'S costing billions that can't cut it but what the hell, let the bombing start...3 , 2, 1 Deficit ? What deficit ?

John McCain: U.S. should bomb Syria

Senator John McCain is pictured during a news briefing. | John Shinkle/POLITICO
 
 
 
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I agree...let Obama handle it...he's the foreign policy expert. It's on his watch, so whatever happens in the long run, he gets the glory...or the blame.

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Richard Lamm: Former Democratic Governor of Colorado and Current Professor at the University of Denver Weighs in on the Debt.

Confessions of a former Keynesian (from a Denver Post Article)

Posted: 04/15/2013 12:01:00 AM MDT Updated: 04/15/2013 01:33:39 AM MDT
By Richard D. Lamm

I am, in my heart, a Keynesian. John Maynard Keynes did show that during bad economic times, a nation could and should borrow to stimulate the economy. It worked and helped America recover from the Great Depression in the 1930s. It became conventional wisdom: Both Milton Friedman and Richard Nixon famously observed, to the shock of many, "We are all Keynesians now."

But debt is a form of economic cocaine. Nations get addicted to borrowing, and if a little borrowing was a good thing, then it was reasoned that a lot of borrowing would be even better. Borrowing became the norm in federal budgeting, and America has only balanced its federal budget eight times in the last 77 years.

Whether Democrats or Republicans were in power,

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they ran deficits. Too often forgotten, however, was that Keynes urged borrowing during bad times to stimulate the economy, but paying back the borrowing during good times. Keynes never envisaged endless borrowing, but American public policymakers seemed to forget the "paying back" part of the equation.

Consequently, year after year, relentlessly, the U.S. debt grew, and the growth of the debt far exceeded the growth in the economy.

The currently formal federal debt of $16.8 trillion, gargantuan as it is, is a fraudulent figure because it does not include the "unfunded liabilities," i.e., the promises my generation has made and put on our children's credit cards but kept off the nation's books. When we add up all the off-book promises we have made to the elderly, veterans, federal workers, etc., the actual debt we are leaving our children is at least $100 trillion, and some estimate it to be $200 trillion.

It is hard to write a scenario where a debt that size could ever be paid off. My generation of politicians has relentlessly and quietly encumbered the nation's future and pre-spent our children's earnings. We have also, tragically, locked in an economic crisis in our future.

The dilemma isn't that Keynes was wrong, but that the American political system doesn't have the self-discipline to pay down the debt when good times return. What was supposed to be temporary borrowing to stimulate the economy during bad times has become a standard practice of both political parties. Borrowing first became a useful tool, then a habit, then an institution, and now a time bomb.

There is no practical way we can pay for the promises we have made. We have made a Faustian bargain that will soon come back to haunt us.

We are now borrowing 41 cents of every federal dollar we spend and yet there are voices saying we should borrow more to "stimulate the economy." Not entirely unreasonable, as it worked in every decade of my 70 years. That is the trap. You win the Nobel Prize for expounding loudly that this borrowing can continue and history seems to be on your side.

But it can't continue. Never in history has a society so imposed itself on its children and grandchildren. Has there ever been a time in history when debt has no consequences? What nation has ever borrowed its way to prosperity? Debt must be paid, defaulted upon, or kicked on down the road. If kicked down the road, it can only be kicked so far.

I fear that America lacks the political backbone and civic discipline to follow the second indispensible part of a Keynesian plan, that debt borrowed during hard times must be paid back during good times. History does not treat kindly nations that ignore fiscal discipline. Keynes' dream, incorrectly applied, can become a nightmare.

Former Colorado Gov. Richard D. Lamm is a professor at the University of Denver.

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Even some Democrats can see the house of cards collapsing.
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  Like the Beer commercial, Sarah " LOOKS great, less interesting " or was it tastes great less filling... 

 

Sarah Palin: White House correspondents’ dinner ‘pathetic’

 

" No longer on staff at Fox News, Sarah Palin lashed out at the media and the White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner late Saturday night, calling an event her husband and daughter have both attended a “pathetic” party for “assclowns.”

Palin and her daughter Bristol attended MSNBC’s after-party at the Italian embassy. (Jonathan Ernest/Reuters )

Sarah Palin and her daughter Bristol attended MSNBC’s White House correspondents’ dinner after-party at the Italian Embassy in 2011. (Jonathan Ernest/Reuters )

 

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  It's funny Sarah Palin has become an afterthought in America and every 15 minutes or so she has to climb back on a soapbox and spout off to grab a 5 minute headline. Obama is the most glib self effacing dignified man to hold this office in memory and no amount of carping from the right stream ditto crowd can steal the spotlight so the loony tunes go on a rant.

Barbara Walters the 80 something maven was also bemoaning the DC GALA Probably because NO ONE WANTS to talk to the gal who lost her fastball back oh about 30 plus yrs ago when Clint Eastwood was also relevant in Hollywood ....now Scarlett Johansson, i'm very very interested in her views on climate change and equal rights for ALL !!!  

And look who's she with, that great American Sean Penn, a man who has spent more time in Haiti helping poor Haitian's then any right wing talking head ever would. And Scarlett, an adorable little wrist tattoo i see, Scarlett over here, it's Sylvester, your biggest fan south of the RED River...

Scarlett Johansson was hand-in-hand with Sean Penn during the White House Correspondents Dinner after party in Washington DC

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Sylvester wrote: "Scarlett Johansson was hand-in-hand with Sean Penn during the White House Correspondents Dinner after party in Washington DC"

I wonder if Scarlett Johansson and Sean Penn are among those liberals who are deeply disappointed with Barack Obama's presidency? Read on...

Liberal Allies To Obama: You Failed To Live Up To Campaign Promises

Allies of Barack Obama say he has failed to follow through on campaign finance reform promises made during the 2012 campaign – and they’re not happy about it.

Welcome to the club, guys; Obama’s list of broken campaign promises started long before he was elected the first time – and he’s been adding to it ever since:

During the 2008 campaign, he pledged to John McCain that he would accept public financing – only to reject it after realizing he could raise far more money through private contributions.

He promised to “reach across the aisle” and “work with the other side.” Instead, he has resided over the most polarized government in recent history. He told us that we aren’t a country of Red States and Blue States; we are the United States. But after 4 1/2 years of class warfare, America is more divided that at any time since the Civil War.

He promised to cut the budget in half by the end of his first term – only to increase it by more than 60% with no end to deficit spending in sight.

Like I said, welcome to the club. From The Washington Post:

In a joint letter to Obama Monday, seven reform groups said they have a “deep concern about the nation’s corrupt campaign finance system and about your failure, to date, as president to provide meaningful leadership or take effective action to solve this fundamental problem facing our democracy.”

The predicament will be on full display Tuesday (today), when all five members of the Federal Election Commission will be serving past the formal expiration of their terms. The panel’s sixth seat remains vacant. The president has not made a nomination to the FEC, which enforces the nation’s campaign finance laws, in more than three years.

For those who favor tougher regulation of money in politics, this follows a string of disappointments, including Obama’s decision this year to transform his campaign committee into an advocacy group, Organizing for Action, that can collect unlimited donations. Reformers of both parties describe the president’s campaign finance record in unsparing terms.

It’s disgraceful, absolutely disgraceful,” said Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), who ran against Obama in 2008 and has spent years trying to limit the amount of money that pours into federal political campaigns. Continue reading…

And so it continues. This is a president who, when faced with laws he opposes, simply chooses to ignore them (See: Defense of Marriage Act and existing immigration laws.) When he fails to get legislation through Congress that he does support – he resorts to directives and executive orders.

Worse than all, perhaps? He is supported by a like-minded media which not only serves as his collective wing-man, but emboldens his actions as well. As Obama continues his relentless drive to remake America in the model of the failed countries of Europe, broken campaign problems are the least of our problems.


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