They seem to be certain that history could not possibly repeat itself with them in the cockpit and political parties acting like control towers.
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“Do I have a shot of winning? Hell no,” he said. “I’m not an idiot. But they’re going to hear me.”
Oklahoma Gazette distilled this year’s state ballot questions to help understand what voting “for the proposal” and “against the proposal” actually mean.
“A vote for Johnson does something pretty significant,” Ewbank said.
“It never crossed my mind that I might be perceived as too young,” Larios said. “As soon as I started hitting the doors, people asked, ‘How old are you?’ I told them I was 24.”
As for the need to repent of the “moral failings,” yeah, right, Trump that paragon of virtuous behavior.
They should move to ban the manufacture, distribution, sale and consumption of frozen chicken-fried steaks.