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Bush - Clinton "fatigue"

by Mac McMullen / September 28, 2007 5:49 AM PDT
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I didn't realize.....
by Angeline Booher / September 28, 2007 6:12 AM PDT

..... about the 40% bit.

In Tennessee there were 2 governors who "took turns" being elected. In no particular order, Ellington -Clement, Clement-Ellington, etc. Fortunately, they both served the state well.

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by dirtyrich / September 28, 2007 7:01 AM PDT

many people will identify the problems of the past 20 years solely with the Presidents that were in office as opposed to distributing blame amongst all elected members of our government.

In my opinion, the greatest problem with our government has nothing to do with partisan politics, but instead an imbalance of power that favors the Legislative and Judicial branches.

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I think too much of the blame is now our own
by Steven Haninger / September 28, 2007 7:16 AM PDT
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We're hooked on government to soothe all of our daily ills and we blame it for everything that doesn't go just right. Oh...and we don't want to pay for it either. So, all we get are the few who promise their voodoo and snake oil treatments are what we need.....and we get exactly what we've paid for. Happy

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