'We The People' & 'What Would Jefferson Do?'

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default Thom, how about each called person asking any caller, that supports a candidate for federal office, asks 535 ?s about him/her?
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default Jefferson "Doesn’t practice what he preaches, but who really does"
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default Could you pass the US Citizenship Test?
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default "instant runoff" voting
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default Is race (prejudice) only one of a number of delineators in meritocracy's "war of all against all"?
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default The Radical Middle
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default Collected writings of Thomas Jefferson
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default Thom and Thomas Jefferson are POLES apart
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