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Sunday, November 25, 2007
I've been concerned that the pro-life views of -- of -- of


Sayyy dee n-a-a-a-a-a-a-m-e!

OK -- the pro-life views of R-R-R-RRRRRon Paul (there, I said it!), yes, his pro-life views, arising out if his decades-long practice as an obstetrician, have not been getting enough attention. But comes now an Arizona Republic letter-writer who is incensed that Paul "thinks the government has no right to tax us, but it does have a right to limit our family planning choices."

Sounds to me like whole package!