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March 20, 2010

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John Tiernan

Our key problem right now is corruption of the legislature. The solution to that problem is one or more new parties, so that the lobbyists can't so easily buy voting blocs. This was suggested to me by a Canadian friend who pointed out that lobbyists are hard pressed to buy votes in his country because of just that.

Mcfarland20Carolina

Every body remembers that humen's life is not cheap, but some people need cash for various issues and not every man gets enough cash. So to get good business loans or just short term loan would be good solution.

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