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Changing the political system

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BrianBailey
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BrianBailey   11/1/2012 11:12:09 PM
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I love it when they call me and tell them I don't care what they tell me I will not vote for them - because I cant. When they change that I will listen. Taxation without representation is alive and well!

EREBUS0
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EREBUS0   11/1/2012 7:44:15 PM
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I would limit campaigning to a thirty day period and make it illegal to badger the public with phone calls. I have been getting 4 or 5 calls a day. This is rediculus. I already voted and they still call. Political parties should not be exempt from the do not call list. Just my opinion.

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