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Subject: Re: dirty energy "CONSERVATIVE" anti-abortion, pro-family Tennessee
congressman who pushed his patient and mistress to get an abortion also
agreed that his wife should have two, according to court transcripts released Thursday
From: Transition Zone <mogu...@hotmail.com>
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> >And the Reagan stein handle economy had the tire biters believing
> > _they_ were gonna git rich quick with the Gipster.
> a little off topic....?
This better for ya ??
"[Re Scott DesJarlais, R-Jasper [TN], whose district includes the
Kingston plant, voted to undermine EPA's regulatory authority. The
vote coincided with the end of testimony in a civil trial in federal
court over the Kingston ash spill."