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The biggest thing I don’t like about politics is that we tend to forget that what’s good for one area isn't always good for another, and yet we tend to lump everything together under an ever growing Federal tyranny, I mean Government, that's trying to be all things to all poeple all the time; which just ends up being way too expensive.

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