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LOL, no kidding. This shows how inept our

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eye_ater   Tuesday, 05/27/08 09:08:41 AM
Re: braden post# 7
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LOL, no kidding. This shows how inept our elected leaders are and just how freaking stupid they are.


"We can't drill our way to lower prices," said Sen. Richard Durbin, D-Ill.

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