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Almost like there’s a bias or something, y’know?
Read the whole thing. Nothing like a major news outlet promoting an ideology that’s responsible for the deaths of hundreds of millions of innocents. Fantastic. But hey, maybe they can do some good – they could turn the Obamavilles into Potemkin villages where they can all gush over all of the progress that’s been made in the past four years.valium for saleklonopin online no prescription