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A Matter Of Opinion

Four things I learned at the debate

1. If McCain were victorious, “my friends” would become more annoying than “my fellow Americans” ever was. And that’s saying something.

2. And starting sentences with “and” — followed by a pause — would begin to grate, too. Yeah, I’m talking about That One.

3. The unexpected is something that McCain doesn’t know about. A startling admission.

4. The repetition signals that it’s time to vote. Got that, you uncommitteds?


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