Posted: 9:30 am Monday, April 14th, 2014

Bob Barr tones down his talk of impeachment 

By Greg Bluestein, Daniel Malloy and Jim Galloway

Former congressman Bob Barr, at a recent debate of GOP candidates in the race to replace U.S. Rep. Phil Gingrey. John Amis, AJC.

Former congressman Bob Barr, at a recent debate of GOP candidates in the race to replace U.S. Rep. Phil Gingrey. John Amis, AJC.

Former congressman Bob Barr, now seeking a comeback in the race for Georgia’s 11th District congressional seat, raised eyebrows in January when he told a well-known conspiracy theorist that if he were to win the election, he would attempt to impeach President Barack Obama.

Your daily jolt on politics from the AJC's Political insider blogA former federal prosecutor who helped lead impeachment proceedings against President Clinton, Barr said the Obama administration had acted illegally both in postponing mandates in the federal health care law, and through softening enforcement of federal immigration laws.

Here’s what Barr said on Jan. 23 to Alex Jones:

I think it really has come to that. It’s not something I like to say. When I left the House before, after we impeached Clinton, my hope was that we would never have to go through that process again. But we do. Mr. President, you are not above the law. You cannot ignore the law….

If you like to do your own research, here’s the YouTube clip:

Barr disputes any change of heart, and says even then that his remarks were predicated on a first holding a formal inquiry. But below is what he said about impeachment in a recent interview with our AJC colleague Jeremy Redmon for a forthcoming profile about his congressional race:

“I have not called for the impeachment of the president. What I have called for is that Congress should never be afraid to inquire into – and this ought to be a constant exercise that the Congress goes through as part of its oversight responsibility: Is the president operating within the bounds of the law? Is the president carrying out seeing that the laws be faithfully executed in the language of Article II of the Constitution? And you do that through an inquiry.”

Would Barr pursue an inquiry for investigating whether to impeach President Obama?

“First thing is first. First I have to get through the primary. Then I have to get through a runoff, if we in fact have a runoff. Then I need to be sworn in in January of 2015. I need to get assigned to committees. And I would anticipate serving on the same committees that I served on before: Judiciary, Financial Services and (Oversight and Government Reform). (Then) look into exactly what the issues are and the problems are at that time and then make those decisions.

“I am certainly not going to be so arrogant, which is something we see too much of in Washington, to say, ‘Oh, yeah. I’m going to do that when I get in.’ Let’s get up there first and then look and see exactly what is going on, what the evidence is, what the issues are and make those decisions. But they are important decisions and I am certainly not going to shy away from them.”

Is Barr changing what he said in January?

“No. I’m not. I give a lot of interviews. And if you want to focus on just one out of a hundred interviews, that is fine. I’m not sure what the point of that is. There are a lot of interviews that I have done out there. And I have just laid out for you what my position is.

“If you want to go back and nitpick and say, ‘Oh, you said something a little bit different here,’ that is your prerogative certainly, but I’m not quite sure that serves the purpose of trying to educate the public as to what my views are and what my positions are and what the other candidates’ views and positions are.”

***

Republican Karen Handel will attempt to open a new line of attack against her Republican opponents in the U.S. Senate race. She will announce later this morning that she’s releasing her tax returns for the last five years and called upon her rivals to follow suit.

Her campaign manager Corry Bliss calls it an “effort to promote government transparency.” It also seems designed to put businessman David Perdue, a former Fortune 500 chief executive worth millions, in a tight spot. Perdue hasn’t disclosed exactly how much he’s worth – campaign filings show a wide range – and this gambit seeks to force his hand.

Handel’s returns will be made available at her campaign office for review.

***

Democrat Michelle Nunn will report about $2.4 million in contributions for the first three months of the year, her strongest fundraising quarter to date in her bid for Georgia’s open U.S. Senate seat.

Nunn spokesman Nathan Click says 20,000 donors have contributed to the campaign in eight months. He would not say how much cash she has on hand.

***

Republican businessman David Perdue raised $567,000 and only chipped in $6,000 of his own money in the first quarter, likely via in-kind donations of campaign expenses. He finished March with $700,000 on hand, having spent $1.6 million.

***

We’ve seen Gov. Nathan Deal take executive action on medical marijuana and privatizing foster care, and he’s exploring a way to require more autism coverage for kids. Yet one area he doesn’t expect to take administrative steps involves the ethics commission.

He said he’ll continue to tweak his proposal to expand the five-member ethics board to a 12-person panel, plus a chairman. But he said he’s not exploring executive workarounds to overhaul the troubled agency before January.

Said Deal:

“I’ve already made my proposal for what I think will be necessary in the area of campaign finance disclosure and enforcement. That I think will require legislative action. I don’t think we can change that by executive order.”

***

In case you missed it on Saturday, one of our number had an excellent piece on campaign trackers, keying on the troubles one has foisted on U.S. Senate candidate David Perdue. A taste:

Trackers hired to follow foes are as much a staple of the modern political campaign in statewide and national races as a Facebook page. In addition, anyone with a smartphone and a YouTube account can publish an off-message moment. It has made political research more dynamic and made candidates that much more cautious about everything they say.

[U.S. Rep. Jack] Kingston recalled a tracker at one event closely recording a conversation he had with his mother.

“What suffers is public discourse,” Kingston said. “You have to think about what you say being taken out of context. … Not only are your speeches recorded, but private conversations are as well.”

Riffing off that article, Tom Crawford of the Georgia Report sent us these paragraphs he’s posted on the bloodhound who has been stalking Democratic candidate for governor Jason Carter:

The tracker’s full name has been known for some time by the Carter campaign. He is a lanky, blonde-haired operative named Ben Jarrard who was a member of the golf team when he attended North Georgia College. (Here’s a 2011 article from the Gainesville Times about Jarrard’s golf skills.) He’s been listed on Jack Kingston’s Facebook page as a supporter of Kingston in the Senate race.

Jarrard was a legislative aide to state Sen. Steve Gooch (R-Dahlonega) during the 2013 legislative session, then transferred to the Georgia Republican Party payroll this year when he hired on as a tracker.

According to the Republican Party’s disclosure reports, Jarrard is paid $1,877 a month in two installments for his work, which is slightly higher than the wages earned by an entry-level employee at Walmart. As of March 31, Jarrard had been paid a total of $5,225.28 in salary and reimbursed $941.72 for mileage and other expenses by the state GOP. Party records list him as having a Buckhead area address near Piedmont Hospital.

Jarrard’s father is a top-level appointee in Gov. Nathan Deal’s administration: he’s Joe Jarrard, an Army officer for 20 years who served in Iraq and Afghanistan and retired with the rank of lieutenant colonel.

Deal appointed Joe Jarrard in September 2011 as the deputy adjutant general of Georgia’s Army National Guard, a position that pays $170,140 a year. That appointment was made shortly after the governor named state Sen. Jim Butterworth (R-Cornelia) as adjutant general.

***

Some would argue politics is already a business that’s oily enough, but our AJC colleague James Salzer sends word that south Georgia state Sen. Tommie Williams’ olive oil has won a Gold Award in the New York International Olive Oil Competition. Williams’ Terra Dolce Farms’ medium arbequina was included on the organization’s annual list of the world’s best olive oils, along with entrants from Spain, Italy, Greece, Uruguay. Mexico, Australia and, of course, the United States.

Williams, R-Lyons, former president pro-tempore of the Senate, harvested his first crop of olives last year. He isn’t the only state lawmaker in the business. Rep. Jason Shaw, R-Lakeland, is partner in Georgia Olive Farms and produced the state’s first certified extra-virgin olive oil a few years back.

***

Art Gardner, the Republican candidate for U.S. Senate running on a platform of moderation, wants it known that, regardless of David Perdue’s apology, he thinks Karen Handel’s educational background is a legitimate topic for discussion. From a lengthy email he sent us:

As anyone who has followed my campaign in this Senate primary can see, I have focused on substantive ideas rather than slogans, issues rather than personalities, qualifications rather than style. At the last debate in Savannah, I tried to foster a real discussion about the qualifications of the candidates.

One of the things I said is that Georgia has a right to expect that its next Senator is well educated. Since that remark by me, a bit of a political dust-up has flared between David Perdue and Karen Handel over Ms. Handel’s education credentials or lack thereof.

While I don’t endorse the comments of Mr. Perdue about Ms. Handel’s lack of a college degree, I can’t agree with Ms. Handel that education doesn’t matter. Education very much matters to me and to Georgians as well. We have over 300,000 students in our universities and colleges in Georgia right now. Try telling them (and their parents) that one’s education doesn’t matter.

Further, we candidates are not seeking some ordinary office. We are seeking a U.S. Senate seat, one of the highest elected offices one can seek anywhere in the world. It is not unreasonable to expect that those seeking such high office would be highly qualified and credentialed.

Moreover, I can appreciate both the value of higher education and the dignity of those who, for one reason or another, don’t attain that. For 10 years I earned my living with my hands — I was a car mechanic without a college degree. I was a good, honest mechanic and an excellent diagnostician.

I have had more life experiences since then and learned more and earned an engineering degree and a law degree. But my basic intelligence is not any greater now than before. So this is not about looking down on people who don’t have a college degree — that was me for a decade. But I don’t think I would have been well qualified to run for the Senate seat if I had remained a mechanic and never earned a college degree. The reality is that credentials do matter to people.

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IrvSpielberg
IrvSpielberg

    Revealed: The Destroyer of Obama's Tyranny


(One of the following will stop the runaway train called "Obama" and will be famous forever! Check everyone listed and guess who will achieve this:)

     A Republican; a Democrat; an Independent; a Chinese dissident; a Muslim jihadist; a talk show host; a teenager on meds; a movie star; a White House policeman; a Black rap artist; Michelle Obama; a Jewish columnist; a 90-year-old jogger; a death row inmate; YOU; a member of a Russian garden club; a Wall Street insider; a perennial lottery loser; a Secret Service agent; a recently discovered superbug; a vengeful pig farmer; a 105-year-old Tea Party member; a mad Army general; a gay alien from the Exonica Galaxy; the world's first transgendered dog, or one of Obama's live-in relatives.

(The correct answer, buried above, is three letters long and in caps. For more on the same tyrant, Google "The Background Obama Can't Cover Up" and also "WHITE HOUSE-GROWN TERRORISTS starring Obaba Black Sheep...")

Finn-McCool
Finn-McCool

"First I have to get through the primary."

So we can go back to ignoring Bob Barr right now, correct?

What an idiot.

juliainatlanta
juliainatlanta

Impeachment seems to be the weapon of choice for the GOP whenever there is a Democrat in the White House.  No bloody wonder this country  is so divided and it's government so incapable of functioning.

SouthGeorgiareader
SouthGeorgiareader

The GOP is doomed if it allows off-the-wall politicians like Barr to be its voice---there are plenty like him out there throwing out wild theories and assertions to see what sticks.  This might stick in a few locations, but it's a loser nationally.  The more this stuff is tolerated, the more irrelevant the party becomes.

Bernie31
Bernie31

Karen Handel is a WELFARE QUEEN! karen cannot keep a JOB without being disruptive in the Private Sector so she always run back to the Taxpayers for money for her to do NOTHING.

Karen refuses to go and better herself by getting a College degree like the rest of US. Karen says it is Not Needed but she Needs for all of US to give Karen and Her Husband a FREE RIDE

on the government DOLE All the time. Karen stop yer begging and go find a real JOB for a change. 

The taxpayers of Georgia have paid you enough WELFARE Benefits Already. Time to get off that Big CABOOSE and get it moving for a change and earn your keep outside of Governmental Assistance. The nerve of thes BUMS always wanting something for NOTHING!

Bernie31
Bernie31

Bob Barr is the Worst Kind of WELFARE RECIPIENT!  Bob Barr wants to be a U.S. CONGRESSMAN....Again!  So BOB can Walk around and Do NOTHING and Take Taxpayer's MONEY as a FREE HANDOUT.  Bob Barr wants his FREE MOMNEY so Bob and his Family can live out a very Lavish Lifestyle like the rest of em for FREE!


They ALL live like KINGS and QUEENS and Do nothing for the MONEY and all of the lavish Benefits they enjoy at Taxpayers expense.

There is NO NEED at ALL for these BUMS to get so much FREE Government MONEY just to Live on. I am of the mindset of Cutting their Pay by 75% and give them ALL Medicaid and Foodstamps as a Trade Off. If those Programs are Good enough for other Americans, why is it not good enough for the DO NOTHING Congressional Politicians?


Join with me for calling a change and the cutting of Congressional Benefits across the Board.

Just as those same Leaders have been calling for Cuts of other FREE PROGRAMS. We should ALL call for the institution of Random DRUG SCREENING for illicit Drugs and Alcohol abuse. ALL married Congressional Members caught Cheating on their WIVES should face CASTRATION as well.

What Say YOU......?????


QuestionMan
QuestionMan

Has anyone asked Karen Handel whether, if elected, she would aggressively urge the 2016 Republican candidate for President to release his/her tax returns? 

The_Centrist
The_Centrist

Here is the main reason Democrats are now expected to lose control of the Senate.  A recent survey of 148 insurance brokers shows that ObamaCare is sending premiums rising at the fastest clip in decades.  "For the last, about, five years they've been doing this survey, so this was the largest percentage increase in any quarter since they've been doing (it). 11 percent increase on average across all the states -- that puts it at the upper end of any increase we've seen for decades," says Scott Gottlieb of the American Enterprise Institute."  That is the national average in a survey done by Morgan Stanley. But in some states, it found rates are soaring up to 100%.  Analysts say the main reasons for the higher costs are not medical inflation, but rather the requirements of ObamaCare itself.  The reported hikes are for the first policies issued under ObamaCare in 2014.  "They're going to see an announcement that next year's premium's going to be 25 percent or maybe 50 percent higher than what they're now paying," says John Goodman of the National Center for Policy Analysis.  Insurance executives say the same thing. Marc Bertolini, CEO of Aetna, recently told an earning conference that he anticipates 2014 spikes of 20 to 50 percent, going as high as 100 percent in some markets.  I do think it’s likely premium-rate shocks are coming,” said Chet Burrell, CEO of Care First BlueCross BlueShield.  In most states, insurers will be setting their 2015 rates in June, but the administration is doing everything possible to keep the grim news under the radar until after the November elections. It even postponed the beginning of the open enrollment period until Nov. 15.  Some of it will be leaked, even though the liberal media will try to keep a lid on it.

The Congressional Budget Office issued a report Monday saying the average premium 15 percent below its earlier estimates in 2009, but  that does not include deductibles of as much as $5,000.  Perhaps 20 percent haven’t paid their first premium and therefore aren’t covered, according to estimates by RAND Corp. and Goldman Sachs.  Then there are those who will have to pay thousands out of pocket for appointments, tests and prescriptions until reaching the high deductibles, and the fear is that they will simply stop paying premiums mid-year.  This on top of next year's employer mandate that will cause layoffs and full time workers being moved to part time status, employers who buy plans in the small-group market will have a hard time renewing their old plans this year. Many will have to choose between providing the more costly ObamaCare benefit package or dropping coverage altogether.  Add to all this, there are the shrinking networks like access to the nation’s top cancer centers as ObamaCare enrollees are finding how few choices of hospitals and doctors they have.  Finally, insurance companies can get government subsidies if they show they took a loss this year due to Obamacare.

Bernie31
Bernie31

Poor Bob Barr...tired of being a Nobody...and is in need of a Government CHECK to Live on...

The BUM!

JaySly
JaySly

barr--an embarrassment to the state

MaryElizabethSings
MaryElizabethSings

Bob Barr is much more radical, or desperate to hold office, than I had thought of him.


President Barack Obama will be known as one of America's finest Presidents who kept this country from going into a Depression, who would not allow the radical ideas of the far right to prevail, and who established in law the ACA, for which he will be forever honored by its being referred to as Obamacare, his signature legislation.


P.S. An article in today's AJC reported that between 7,000 and 17,000 people will die yearly as a result of those states in the United States which have decided not to expand Medicaid to their poor, working class citizens. 

td1234
td1234

Why in the heck would the GOP want to make a martyr out of a failed President? His socialist legislative agenda was stopped with the 2010 and after this years election he will have be doing to harm domestically and will be playing a great deal more golf or on foreign trips.  

honested
honested

I guess it's hard for republicans campaigning today.


They have wasted 4 years and millions of dollars attempting to deprive Americans of healthcare coverage.


Now they have a throwback with nothing better to carp about than impeaching a President who was handily elected, TWICE.


Whatever plagues republicans, the ability to learn from mistakes seems to be near the top of the list.

CherokeeCounty
CherokeeCounty

Interesting little bullet point about Michelle's fund raising - I heard elsewhere that it was more than double what the second place guy, Congressman Kingston, had raised.

I guess all those folks haven't bothered to consult the ridiculously named centrist, or td12345678, or they'd know they were wasting their money.

Baumer_1
Baumer_1

@juliainatlanta  


funny isn't it.  Well, it would be if it weren't so sad.  


Just goes to show which is the more civil party.  Progressives also love America more than conservatives.  Progressives don't threaten to commit treason and secede when we don't get our way. Heck, President Bush killed 6000 American soldiers and as many as a million Iraqis for no reason and impeachment wasn't even brought up.

Bernie31
Bernie31

@QuestionMan - Karen Handel is going Home in May after the Republican Primary. Hopefully she will finally get the message The People of Georgia is NOT INTERESTED nor Pleased to have Karen Handel in any STATE Political Leadershp Position at ALL!


This Rejection will allow KarenHandel time to go and pursue her Educational Goals at the College level whereever she chooses. Hopefully, Out of State.


uh....huh

Baumer_1
Baumer_1

@The_Centrist  


And still, the right-wing forgets these premium increases are not uncommon. They also forget that it is not uncommon for insurance companies to drop certain types of policies.


Do you by chance remember the 90s?  What about the early 2000s?


I know your overlords are hell bent on misinforming the People of the U.S. and blaming everything on the ACA.  It also doesn't help that people like you don't understand how to apply logic.


If insurance premiums increased at rates as high before the ACA, and are typical increases, then the ACA is likely not the cause of those increases now.  Just like the change over to managed care.  Also, premiums increases differ by state. I am living in Oregon now and our premiums have increased at a much lower rate than the national average. My neighbor to the south, California, had an average premiums decrease of about 14%.


This is the nature of change though.  The old system was horribly flawed, but the ACA has fixed a lot of stuff.  It isn't perfect, but it is better.

Bernie31
Bernie31

@The_Centrist - Did yer Puter tell you all of that? Or are yer Listening to those Voices in yer Head Again? We ALL are hoping you are taking yer CRAZY Pills, yer Doctor told you must Take EVER DAY!  Obviously, You are NOT! taking them as prescribed.

honested
honested

@The_Centrist  

My company's premiums DECREASED.

I am sure I am not alone.

I also understand there are many who fear exposing the myth of wrong-wing idolatry.

But they do not yet comprehend it will neither gain them admittance to 'heaven' or the country club of their distorted dreams.

Kamchak
Kamchak

@The_Centrist  

A recent survey of 148 insurance brokers shows that ObamaCare is sending premiums rising at the fastest clip in decades.  "For the last, about, five years they've been doing this survey, so this was the largest percentage increase in any quarter since they've been doing (it).

Posting someone else's work without giving them due credit is called plagiarism and it's generally frowned upon in polite society.

Just sayin'.

DannyX
DannyX

@The_Centrist, why didn't you site your source?  It's not very honest of you to rip-off a column from a right wing site then paste it here.  Its funny how you get all bent out of shape at the "partisans" around here then post things here from Brietbart, Fox News and other far right websites.


Love the "forgot to mention" post you added, where did you steal that from?

The_Centrist
The_Centrist

Forgot to mention that many who thought they signed up for Obamacare are not covered as it never got to or accepted by insurance companies ("Backend").  Others will never even make the first payment.

Anyone watching this awesome Braves game?

CherokeeCounty
CherokeeCounty

Thanks MaryElizabeth - I'm not sure it will matter to them, but those who oppose Medicaid expansion have blood on their hands.  There are real Georgians out there - hard working single moms, veterans, babies - who will die this year only because of Republican hatred for this President.

honested
honested

@td1234  

By the way, even you must realize that it is a type of 'lassiez faire' capitalism that has reduced Russia back to the 19th century don't you?

honested
honested

@td1234  

Tiny dog, carping endlessly about 'Socialism' requires more than being able to spell the word.

I regularly ask and you NEVER answer, but just what do you use to justify the use of the term 'Socialist agenda'?

Think before you babble.

Baumer_1
Baumer_1

@td1234  


What socialist agenda? I think you need to study.


And FYI, capitalism isn't so great.  Just ask the thousands of people who lose jobs everyday to foreign labor competition while the outsourcing firms who facilitate the shift make millions.


Truth is, if there is a truth, capitalism harms a lot of people.  Well, one or two variants do.


Perhaps that is where you need to spend most of your time studying.  Capitalism comes in at least 4 forms: market-capitalism, corporate-capitalism, social-capitalism, and labor-capitalism.  The GOP is clearly market-capitalist (they only care about investors and heirs and they lament the working class while ignoring the fact that harvests are no longer random), the Democratic Party is somewhere between social and labor capitalism (they clearly care more about people who work for their money than those who don't and concern themselves with fixing the causes of non-random harvests)...but they are not socialists.  Not even most socialists in Europe are really socialists. 


You are just too caught up in hate and irrationality to even care about understanding the differences here. And that is the scariest thing. There are more ignorant, scared right-wingers than cool-headed, trained scientists...and we are losing because of it. It is not limited to economics either, it is permeating many facets of the socio-political economic system in the US.





AuntieChrist
AuntieChrist

@td1234 "and after this years election he will have be doing to harm domestically and will be playing a great deal more golf or on foreign trips."

I guess that sentence makes sense to td and dah centrist. I think the rest of us will need a translator though. 

But it makes as much sense as anything else td writes.

The_Centrist
The_Centrist

@td1234 - I worry about such overreach with a Republican Senate.  The socialist expansion was halted with the Republican House, and there is no upside with an impeachment - successful or not.  Lots of downside.

Baumer_1
Baumer_1

Not to nit-pick, but the GOP and their overlords have spent in the billions trying to deny health care to millions of Americans.

Talk about a group of people who hate Americans.

honested
honested

@The_Centrist  

This is not a 'Braves' game you describe.

It is a Cobb County Crackers game.

And you help provide a vapid apology for those who are unable to discern the difference.

NWGAL
NWGAL

Very well put, Baumer.

NWGAL
NWGAL

Auntie C,

td and uncentrist live in an alternate reality where facts are fictions and they know everything of importance with great certainty. Here in the real world people need those programs the Republicans block and want the jobs trickle down has not delivered. To quote Nadine Gordimer, a South African writer, the self sufficiency of their ignorance is awesome.

td1234
td1234

@AuntieChrist  If you do not understand then you did not pay attention to what happens to a President's agenda the last two years in office when the opposite party controls the Congress.  

The_Centrist
The_Centrist

@td1234 - Mixed emotions about the increasing possibility of Republicans taking over Congress.  Legislation would not be a problem because the Senate could not override a veto - but the new rules Reid put into effect could play havoc.  On the other hand, it would shut the liberal media out of continually highlighting dead Senate legislative proposals.

CherokeeCounty
CherokeeCounty

Kind of amazing isn't it - the party of values and all that, and they're doing everything possible to take away health insurance from 12 million Americans....

honested
honested

@td1234 @CherokeeCounty 

Come on tiny dog, more and more misguided wrong-wing fascists find their much deserved dirt-nap every day!

It's far too difficult to inculcate the youth to vote against their own interest than it is hardened fools.

Baumer_1
Baumer_1

@honested @The_Centrist  


Well, I went back in time to poll 148 (not a sufficient sized sample btw) of plantation owners and they said that if we abolish slavery that prices are going to increase, and we are going to be less free, yadda yadda yadda.


Seriously, that is how you sound Centrist.  You care nothing for justice or liberty, but will find any reason (regardless of how irrelevant) to justify an unjustifiable status quo.

honested
honested

@The_Centrist  

You make me think of the Steve Martin movie 'The Jerk' when they said 'Don't call that dog hero'.

Bernie31
Bernie31

@NWGAL - WOW! In the deep part of the Well of Wisdom...

Kamchak
Kamchak

I see the anything_but_a_Centrist_boy is posting, so guess that means we'll be seeing incessant whining about liberal ajc bias.

Just prognosticatin'.

The_Centrist
The_Centrist

I see the NWGAL is posting, so guess that means we'll be seeing the other sockpuppet screen name very similar to mine soon.

CherokeeCounty
CherokeeCounty

Yeah but they're keeping them safe from the gays, fer sure...  and the horrors of Agenda 21...

honested
honested

@td1234 @honested 

To paraphrase. Donovan Leitch, 'Way down, below the ocean, where you ought to be, they may be'.

td1234
td1234

@honested There are many bedwetting Ed's taking those same dirt-naps everyday as well. Those commie flower children of the 60's. 

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