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Ah, Doctor Kengor, I share those fond memories. There has never been better television than an Andy Williams Christmas special. Some years ago, while hearing "The Most Wonderful Time of the Year" on radio, I remarked to my brother that I never thought about Mr. Williams until November and thought about him constantly until January. But so much other music from those who have gone to The Better Place makes my Christmas complete. Not long ago, I was driving in my car listening to a regular music station when a very tiresome song sung by an English guy who names his children after fruit came on . . .
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How to Repeal ObamaCare in January

Shrinque Wrote: Oct 23, 2012 9:23 AM
Wow, you beat me to it, using far less words!
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How to Repeal ObamaCare in January

Shrinque Wrote: Oct 23, 2012 9:22 AM
I was under the impression that Obamacare was pushed through by the process of reconciliation, making it a spending bill as opposed to standard regulation. Further, the SCOTUS's decision that the "individual mandate" is, in reality, a tax certainly affirms that this is budget/spending legislation. Therefore, a repeal bill would be exempt from filibuster and would only require a simple majority. If the GOP wins the WH, they would only need to have 50 seats in the Senate, as Ryan would then cast the deciding vote to end Obamacare and save America.
Great column, Mr. Hawkins. One of your best ever.
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That Terrible 'Ted' Movie

Shrinque Wrote: Jul 06, 2012 8:23 AM
Hello, kettle? This is Kimbery. You're black.
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Obama's Real Hilary Rosen Problem

Shrinque Wrote: Apr 23, 2012 8:08 AM
While I agree with your sentiment, I would state that I, for one, was not fooled in 2008. I knew that Obama was a hard-leftist empty suit, absolutely devoid of any ideas save for the ones drilled into him by his radical mentors such as Alinsky, Ayers, and Wright.
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