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Of course the Dems are silent. Most of them voted for it in the first place, didn't they?

Yeah. Bastards. And the AARP as well. Where are they on the suffering of their membership? Are they too busy cashing checks?

I would pick this one to go to dKos today. Nice image and title, slightly more prone to get comments and also nobody else there has mentioned it that I could see whereas MLK is all over the place and at least 2 mentions of Chile's elections. Sure it's very short compared to the others but it has stuff in there that will "click".

Sorry. Don't mean to sound bossy.

Since I wrote that we have this dairy up, so wait a little while.

I don't mind bossy. I was thinking I didn't post anything there today. I'm so busy with working the PR for a few verified voting event that I'm not thinking of too much else. I can't believe we're still having to fight for our vote. Vigilence sucks. What's on American Idol?

You can still watch reality tee-vee and be vigilant. OK ... maybe not that vigilant. But you can try!

Forget American Idol. There's always Dancing With the Stars 2.

And I really intended to see that I loved your interpretation of the "Invisible Hand."

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