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    July 20, 2005

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    Bill Baar

    I linked this. Should be fun to watch except Durbin makes us look so sad in Illinois. How in the world we could have elected this guy is beyone me, except I voted for him once which seems like another life... another world... it was.

    AngryJolietan

    GW coulda nominated Oliver Wendell Holmes and Durbin woulda said the same thing.

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