girlenrider | 9 Apr 15:58 2009
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I have added you to my friends network today!

I created this cool friends network and added you to my friends network. Hit-up now:
http://hellsfire2.zoomshare.com/files/girlfriend.htm

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Jon Presco | 28 Apr 21:16 2009
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Specter and Lady Liberty Rescued From Clutches of Republican Dark Age

Specter and Lady Liberty Rescued From Clutches of Republican Dark Age

Senator Specter just said in a news conference, there should be a rebellion in the Republican Party. I think
it is official....the Republican Right-wing religion - is dead!

http://the-bohemian-register.blogspot.com/

 
Jon Presco

"Democrats were jubilant about the development."

 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a7oGGP0BWYE&feature=related
 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a7oGGP0BWYE&feature=related
 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a7oGGP0BWYE&feature=related

Senator Arlen Specter of Pennsylvania said on Tuesday he would switch to the Democratic party, presenting
Democrats with a possible 60th vote and the power to break Senate filibusters as they try to advance the
Obama administration's new agenda.

In a statement issued about noon as the Capitol was digesting the stunning turn of events, Mr. Specter said
he had concluded that his party had moved too far to the right, a fact demonstrated by the migration of
200,000 Pennsylvania Republicans to the Democratic Party.

"I now find my political philosophy more in line with Democrats than Republicans," Mr. Specter said,
acknowledging that his decision was certain to disappoint colleagues and supporters.

If Al Franken prevails in his ongoing court case in Minnesota and Mr. Specter begins caucusing with
Democrats, Democrats would have 60 votes and the ability to deny Republicans the chance to stall
legislation. Mr. Specter was one of only three Republicans to support President Obama's economic
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