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05/11/2010

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Thank you kindly for sharing, this is great news! St. Louis meets great expectations yet again. I suppose the ole buddy system of J. Pulitzer and W. Wilson whom birthed Progressives right here in St. Louis would be none to happy about this now would they!

I read an article about this, when the number was 32, and the auther supposed, that the G.O.P was using thEse black candidates, AFTER the article already stated that almost none of them received any support from the party. The TOO Party system owns the game. You either run R or D, or spend four years just getting on the ballot of each State...forget about telling voters who you are.
I was galled, because with LibertyTea Party (as opposed to Tea Party Express )support, these candidates are using the G.O.P.!!!!!! and the author couldn't conceive this possibility. Somehow, these candidates HAD to be passive...and not active.
That may prove to be a grave mistake....

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