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2012-01-28 09:53:16 AM
7 votes:
GOP Candidates: HERP DERP BIGOTRY LIES ONE PLUS ONE EQUALS 28 HURRRRRRRRRRRR
Media: GOP candidates said...
GOP Candidates: Hey, wait, you can't do that! That's not fair! You're making us look bad.
Media: No, YOU'RE making you look bad, we're just telling people what you said.
GOP Candidates: SPIN SPIN ZOMG Liberal media is attacking us, they're lying about what we said and distorting the truth!
Media: These are your own statements...
GOP Candidates: LIBRUL MEDIA LIBRUL MEDIA COMUNISMS MEDIA MEDIA LIBRUL COMUNISMS MEDIA LIBRUL CONSPIRACY SOROS LIBRUL
GOP Voter Base: OK, yeah, I buy that, clearly holding people accountable for their own statements is a librul media conspiracy.
Everyone else: god dammit
2012-01-28 09:02:35 AM
6 votes:
I'm not clicking on that shiat.
2012-01-28 11:13:26 AM
4 votes:

Eddie Adams from Torrance: Ronald Reagan and Barry Goldwater, the fathers of the modern conservative movement, would be ashamed of us in this primary

Sweetie, if Zombie Barry Goldwater met you, he'd slap you until your ears bled.


I'd like to know what's so wrong with gays adopting children if the modern conservative movement has two fathers.
2012-01-28 10:35:52 AM
4 votes:

PanicMan: As Rush Limbaugh pointed out, Newt was among a handful of Republican Congressman who would regularly take to the House floor to defend Reagan at a time when conservatives didn't have Fox News or talk radio or conservative blogs to give any balance to the liberal mainstream media.


Oh I loooooooooove this line. By equating FOX News to talk radio and conservative blogs she is essentially admitting they are a derp distribution enterprise rather than a legitimate news network.
2012-01-28 03:17:04 PM
3 votes:
The Annotated Sarah Palin Tea Party Newt-blog

Cannibals in GOP Establishment Employ Tactics of the Left
by Sarah Palin on Friday, January 27, 2012 at 2:57pm

We have witnessed something very disturbing this week. The Republican establishment which fought Ronald Reagan in the 1970s and which continues to fight the grassroots Tea Party movement today has adopted the tactics of the left in using the media and the politics of personal destruction to attack an opponent.

Translation: I have none of my own ideas, so I'll just co-opt Newt's talking points from this week about the "establishment" and the "politics of personal destruction" and blaming all attacks on Newt as the product of left-wing tactics and biases. It would be totally unjust to judge someone's character by his actions. PS: ST. ZOMBIE REAGAN!

We will look back on this week and realize that something changed. I have given numerous interviews wherein I espoused the benefits of thorough vetting during aggressive contested primary elections, but this week's tactics aren't what I meant. Those who claim allegiance to Ronald Reagan's 11th Commandment should stop and think about where we are today. Ronald Reagan and Barry Goldwater, the fathers of the modern conservative movement, would be ashamed of us in this primary. Let me make clear that I have no problem with the routine rough and tumble of a heated campaign. As I said at the first Tea Party convention two years ago, I am in favor of contested primaries and healthy, pointed debate. They help focus candidates and the electorate. I have fought in tough and heated contested primaries myself. But what we have seen in Florida this week is beyond the pale. It was unprecedented in GOP primaries. I've seen it before - heck, I lived it before - but not in a GOP primary race.

Translation: I wasn't going to come RIGHT out for Newt because I'm a useless waffler, so I came up with this "thorough vetting" line but actually I had no idea that "vetting" refers to an evaluation of a candidate's history and qualifications in order to find potential red flags that may disqualify them for a position, and in particular, might lead to problems in a general election campaign. I thought it was just like with my 2008 "vetting" process where I smiled and said that I liked guns and Jesus nobody actually checked my background. Why aren't we vetting like that? REAGAN WOULD BE SO MAD.

I am sadly too familiar with these tactics because they were used against the GOP ticket in 2008. The left seeks to single someone out and destroy his or her record and reputation and family using the media as a channel to dump handpicked and half-baked campaign opposition research on the public. The difference in 2008 was that I was largely unknown to the American public, so they had no way of differentiating between the lies and the truth. All of it came at them at once as "facts" about me. But Newt Gingrich is known to us - both the good and the bad.

Translation: WE don't need "facts", just sort of general impressions. The left is evil because it uses THE MEDIA.

We know that Newt fought in the trenches during the Reagan Revolution. As Rush Limbaugh pointed out, Newt was among a handful of Republican Congressman who would regularly take to the House floor to defend Reagan at a time when conservatives didn't have Fox News or talk radio or conservative blogs to give any balance to the liberal mainstream media. Newt actually came at Reagan's administration "from the right" to remind Americans that freer markets and tougher national defense would win our future. But this week a few handpicked and selectively edited comments which Newt made during his 40-year career were used to claim that Newt was somehow anti-Reagan and isn't conservative enough to go against the accepted moderate in the primary race. (I know, it makes no sense, and the GOP establishment hopes you won't stop and think about this nonsense. Mark Levin and others have shown the ridiculousness of this.) To add insult to injury, this "anti-Reagan" claim was made by a candidate who admitted to not even supporting or voting for Reagan. He actually was against the Reagan movement, donated to liberal candidates, and said he didn't want to go back to the Reagan days. You can't change history. We know that Newt Gingrich brought the Reagan Revolution into the 1990s. We know it because none other than Nancy Reagan herself announced this when she presented Newt with an award, telling us, "The dramatic movement of 1995 is an outgrowth of a much earlier crusade that goes back half a century. Barry Goldwater handed the torch to Ronnie, and in turn Ronnie turned that torch over to Newt and the Republican members of Congress to keep that dream alive." As Rush and others pointed out, if Nancy Reagan had ever thought that Newt was in any way an opponent of her beloved husband, she would never have even appeared on a stage with him, let alone presented him with an award and said such kind things about him. Nor would Reagan's son, Michael Reagan, have chosen to endorse Newt in this primary race. There are no two greater keepers of the Reagan legacy than Nancy and Michael Reagan. What we saw with this ridiculous opposition dump on Newt was nothing short of Stalin-esque rewriting of history. It was Alinsky tactics at their worst.

Translation: Despite the media being evil, I refer to numerous media outlets of conservative partisanship here while I copypaste a package of talking points Newt's campaign just dropped off about how much Newt loves Reagan and Reagan's family loves Newt. I am not even going to disguise their origin, including the trademark Newt references to both Stalin, authorship of history, and Saul Alinksy. I literally cannot think on my own, you guys. But that's okay, because Newt can think for me now.

[Translator's note: oh my farking god there's MORE OF THIS. I'm going to go get coffee.]

[Translator's note: good coffee. And we continue.]

But this whole thing isn't really about Newt Gingrich vs. Mitt Romney. It is about the GOP establishment vs. the Tea Party grassroots and independent Americans who are sick of the politics of personal destruction used now by both parties' operatives with a complicit media egging it on. In fact, the establishment has been just as dismissive of Ron Paul and Rick Santorum. Newt is an imperfect vessel for Tea Party support, but in South Carolina the Tea Party chose to get behind him instead of the old guard's choice. In response, the GOP establishment voices denounced South Carolinian voters with the same vitriol we usually see from the left when they spew hatred at everyday Americans "bitterly clinging" to their faith and their Second Amendment rights. The Tea Party was once again told to sit down and shut up and listen to the "wisdom" of their betters. We were reminded of the litany of Tea Party endorsed candidates in 2010 who didn't win. Well, here's a little newsflash to the establishment: without the Tea Party there would have been no historic 2010 victory at all.

Translation: despite the 5000 words I just wrote in defense of Newt, this isn't really ABOUT Newt vs. Mitt. You see, the Establishment Elites have also been unkind to Ron Paul and Rick Santorum, whose supporters Newt is deliberately trying to cultivate at the present time. So actually this is about Newt vs. Mitt, because the Establishment Elites are supporting Mitt and not my powerbase in the Republican Party. I am the Glorious Tea Party, and the Republican elites must bow to me and give up their "wisdom". Don't think I've forgotten your contempt for me, Peggy Noonan; I've finally found someone who can co-opt your precious Reagan's legacy and legitimize my political movement in one fell swoop.

I spoke up before the South Carolina primary to urge voters there to keep this primary going because I have great concern about the GOP establishment trying to anoint a candidate without the blessing of the grassroots and all the needed energy and resources we as commonsense constitutional conservatives could bring to the general election in order to defeat President Obama. Now, I respect Governor Romney and his success. But there are serious concerns about his record and whether as a politician he consistently applied conservative principles and how this impacts the agenda moving forward. The questions need answers now. That is why this primary should not be rushed to an end. We need to vet this. Pundits in the Beltway are gleefully proclaiming that this primary race is over after Florida, despite 46 states still not having chimed in. Well, perhaps it's possible that it will come to a speedy end in just four days; but with these questions left unanswered, it will not have come to a satisfactory conclusion. Without this necessary vetting process, the unanswered question of Governor Romney's conservative bona fides and the unanswered and false attacks on Newt Gingrich will hang in the air to demoralize many in the electorate. The Tea Party grassroots will certainly feel disenfranchised and disenchanted with the perceived orchestrated outcome from self-proclaimed movers and shakers trying to sew this all up. And, trust me, during the general election, Governor Romney's statements and record in the private sector will be relentlessly parsed over by the opposition in excruciating detail to frighten off swing voters. This is why we need a fair primary that is not prematurely cut short by the GOP establishment using Alinsky tactics to kneecap Governor Romney's chief rival.

Translation: Derp derp, herp derp derp. Remember, I support Newt to eliminate ROMNEY, and no vetting can touch my precious Newt, and anyone who doesn't like Newt is a Saul Alinsky Democrat working to demoralize Republican voters. But we must have more vetting, but only when it is directed towards Mitt Romney.

As I said in my speech in Iowa last September, the challenge of this election is not simply to replace President Obama. The real challenge is who and what we will replace him with. It's not enough to just change up the uniform. If we don't change the team and the game plan, we won't save our country. We truly need sudden and relentless reform in Washington to defend our republic, though it's becoming clearer that the old guard wants anything but that. That is why we should all be concerned by the tactics employed by the establishment this week. We will not save our country by becoming like the left. And I question whether the GOP establishment would ever employ the same harsh tactics they used on Newt against Obama. I didn't see it in 2008. Many of these same characters sat on their thumbs in '08 and let Obama escape unvetted. Oddly, they're now using every available microscope and endoscope - along with rewriting history - in attempts to character assassinate anyone challenging their chosen one in their own party's primary. So, one must ask, who are they really running against?

Translation: Sarah Palin actually wrote here that Republicans let Obama "escape unvetted" in 2008, which is kind of surprising considering the massive gauntlet Obama ran - Hillary ran a strong and Republican-supported campaign, and in the general they were busy freaking out about Jeremiah Wright, and freaking out about Saul Alinsky (who has returned in 2012, completely irrelevantly), Marx, and BIRTH CERTIFICATE, WHAR?, blowing every possible dog whistle on Obama on race, Chicago origins, socialism, elitism, etc. But perhaps Palin is right. Obama perhaps escaped a thorough vetting on policy issues in 2008 because Republicans, chiefly Palin herself, focused on trivial character assassination bullsh*t. Anyways, now, when Mitt Romney's campaign brings up Newt Gingrich's record as speaker, his lucrative days as a lobbyist, his frankly moronic pseudo-intellectualism as a "historian", his policy ideas, his own character, and the fact that many people who have worked with him despise the man, this is committing the cardinal sin of "really running against Newt", which is something that one must absolutely NOT do when one is, er, running against Newt in a primary race. Got that?

Translator's final note: this woman is an blithering idiot.
2012-01-28 11:20:59 AM
2 votes:

Mouldy Squid: calling him a leftist is absurd and calling him a Marxist is sign of mental deficiency.


The GOP doesn't know what words mean, and they don't care. They use "leftist", "Marxist", "socialist", and "fascist" interchangeably, often within the same sentence. As far as they are concerned, these are just different ways of saying "bad guy". Hence why GOPers rail against "activist judges" and then shop around for a judge to let them on the ballot after they fail to collect enough signatures.

If they stub their toe on the dresser in the middle of the night, it's because the dresser is socialist.
2012-01-28 10:40:32 AM
2 votes:
I hope Palin's cri de coeur to her followers enables Newt to squeak out a Florida victory. I want Mittens to sweat. I want the derp to keep flowing. I want this bullshiat up in front of the country for as long as possible so all those "independents" can see exactly the ricockulous platform the Republicans are flogging this year. I want a maximum number of moderate GOPers to hold their noses and vote for the Republican-Lite in the White House rather than let the inmates run the asylum, and I want the culture warriors to stay at home on election night posting screeds to Free Republic about how they can hear Soros' brainwash Frankenstein computer god radio slavery coming through their fillings.
2012-01-28 10:27:23 AM
2 votes:

Emposter: GOP Candidates: HERP DERP BIGOTRY LIES ONE PLUS ONE EQUALS 28 HURRRRRRRRRRRR
Media: GOP candidates said...
GOP Candidates: Hey, wait, you can't do that! That's not fair! You're making us look bad.
Media: No, YOU'RE making you look bad, we're just telling people what you said.
GOP Candidates: SPIN SPIN ZOMG Liberal media is attacking us, they're lying about what we said and distorting the truth!
Media: These are your own statements...
GOP Candidates: LIBRUL MEDIA LIBRUL MEDIA COMUNISMS MEDIA MEDIA LIBRUL COMUNISMS MEDIA LIBRUL CONSPIRACY SOROS LIBRUL
GOP Voter Base: OK, yeah, I buy that, clearly holding people accountable for their own statements is a librul media conspiracy.
Everyone else: god dammit


I am reminded of that video clip of Newt Gingrich saying, "If anyone quotes me directly, they're lying."
2012-01-30 08:12:30 AM
1 votes:
She's a cheeky biatch to talk about vetting somebody.
2012-01-28 05:36:45 PM
1 votes:

Coco LaFemme: I love how in that little screed of hers, she said that the media has gone after Newt with both a microscope AND an endoscope. I'll give her microscope, but does she even know what an endoscope is?


She's bowdlerizing a Nixon quote:

"People in the media say they must look at the president with a microscope. Now, I don't mind a microscope, but boy, when they use a proctoscope, that's going too far."

Which is not to say she knows what one is.
2012-01-28 01:01:31 PM
1 votes:

Guidette Frankentits: "I'm a tea party reform conservative. I'm not part of the Washington establishment"
-Former Speaker of the House and 3rd in line for the presidency Newt Gingrich.


He's a Washington outsider because when he was inside, they told him to get the fark out.
2012-01-28 12:56:38 PM
1 votes:

JOHN MCENROE MY CHILDHOOD NEMESIS: A Female politician who is considered 'non-washington' is an amazing bakjground for a candidate to be a centralizing figure, let a lone someone who could have potentially been a voice of reason and responsibility


upload.wikimedia.org
2012-01-28 12:14:32 PM
1 votes:

Duke Phillips' Singing Bears: Who the fark is Alinsky? I feel like I need a t-shirt that asks this question.


Christian Science Monitor has a good article online today - Who is Saul Alinsky, and why is Newt Gingrich so obsessed with him? (new window)

Interestingly, it isn't Obama who shows signs of having been influenced by Alinsky: "FreedomWorks, the tea party group headed by former Republican House Leader Dick Armey, gives copies of 'Rules for Radicals' to its leaders. 'His tactics when it comes to grass-roots organizing are incredibly effective,' FreedomWorks spokesman Adam Brandon told the Wall Street Journal. Tea Partyers aggressively confronting lawmakers at town hall meetings is straight from Alinsky's playbook.

"Conservative icon William F. Buckley Jr. called the Chicago radical 'very close to being an organizational genius.'

"As a former history professor, Gingrich not only understands Alinsky's motif, he's made it a key part of his campaign."
2012-01-28 11:32:47 AM
1 votes:

LouDobbsAwaaaay: The GOP doesn't know what words mean, and they don't care. They use "leftist", "Marxist", "socialist", and "fascist" interchangeably, often within the same sentence.


I had this dream the other night that I ran for Mayor and after elected was a complete right wing nutjob. I then did the same as Senator and ultimately ended up as a famous pundit for Fox News. I ran for POTUS as the Tea Party hero, here to save the country from socialism. Once elected in my first televised speech I railed hard on issues just tossing around the buzzwords socialism, communism, marxism, maoism, big government yadda yadda. The crowd of rich old white people got all riled up cheering me on. Then I delivered my platform - the complete destruction of socialism. I was sick and tired of socialism propping up lazy people. We all knew of the lazy poor people but I was talking about a different group of lazy slackers who suckle off the government teet because they have no job - old people. I therefore was going to get rid of Medicare and Social Security entirely and would veto everything on my desk until they were destroyed.

The fallout was enormous, people saw the Republican party for what it actually was and for decades after my only term as POTUS, Democrats controlled the three branches of government. It wasn't until I was on my death bed that I released my book "LOL, I troll U GOP" where I explained that I wanted to push a liberal agenda and realized I could make a significantly higher impact on politics as a troll than as an honest candidate.

I kinda wanna do it too.
2012-01-28 11:15:31 AM
1 votes:

theorellior: lennavan: I mean I agree with you but you gotta admit, it's pretty funny to call Obama a Republican-Lite.

Yeah, funny boo-hoo not funny ha-ha.

There are some seriously unhinged people in this country.


Well, as you know, to the rest of the world, Obama is Rebuplican light. calling him a leftist is absurd and calling him a Marxist is sign of mental deficiency. He is about as left wing as our PM Harper.
2012-01-28 11:07:36 AM
1 votes:
Ronald Reagan and Barry Goldwater, the fathers of the modern conservative movement, would be ashamed of us in this primary

Sweetie, if Zombie Barry Goldwater met you, he'd slap you until your ears bled.
2012-01-28 10:59:11 AM
1 votes:

odinsposse: Duke Phillips' Singing Bears: Who the fark is Alinsky? I feel like I need a t-shirt that asks this question.

He helped poor people and so is the natural enemy of the GOP. Newt brought him up a little while ago because Alinsky and Obama were both community organizers in Chicago. Now everybody on the right just knows that Alinsky was a dangerous radical whose ideas are the basis of Fartbongoing.


Which is yet another of the right's impressive feats of mental gymnastics...

"(Alinsky's) success has been praised by Democrats and Republicans alike. He was grudgingly admired by conservative hero William F. Buckley Jr., who called him "very close to being an organizational genius." Former House Majority Leader Dick Armey, a Republican, gives copies of Mr. Alinsky's book "Rules for Radicals" to tea-party leaders." Link (new window)
2012-01-28 10:53:40 AM
1 votes:

theorellior: vote for the Republican-Lite in the White House


I mean I agree with you but you gotta admit, it's pretty funny to call Obama a Republican-Lite. First because he's a Democrat. Second because he's significantly to the left of the current derptard Republican base. And third because if you were to time travel to 10 years ago and list off everything Obama actually did, people would have praised him as the greatest Republican president ever.

So depending on your context, he's either the most socialist communist maoist usurper to ever hold office, or he's the greatest Republican to ever hold office.
2012-01-28 10:31:47 AM
1 votes:
Who the fark is Alinsky? I feel like I need a t-shirt that asks this question.
2012-01-28 10:30:28 AM
1 votes:

stoli n coke: Byno: stoli n coke: Byno: stoli n coke: Hell hath no fury like a semi-literate social networking grandmother of 2 1.

FTFtrolling

What happened? Did her brake-line cutting criminal son abort his kid after knocking that girl up?

Well, there is the whole conspiracy that Trig is actually Bristol's kid....

Please. Sarah's the only person with the wisdom and foresight to name a retarded kid after an advanced level math course nobody in her family is capable of passing.


FTFY.

I know Trigonometry seems hard to the typical conservative, but it's hardly an advanced math course.
2012-01-28 10:28:58 AM
1 votes:
Hey, when Palin tells the Tea Party to take arms against the GOP you better take is serious. Just ask Gabrielle Giffords
2012-01-28 10:26:46 AM
1 votes:
i.imgur.com
2012-01-28 10:02:57 AM
1 votes:
Someone else had to have written that. There is no way that Sarah Palin knows that many multi-syllable words.
2012-01-28 10:01:43 AM
1 votes:
PON FARR

i70.photobucket.com
2012-01-28 10:00:12 AM
1 votes:
Why am I not shocked that one far right politician who resigned their position under an ethical cloud is supporting another far right politician who resigned their position under an ethical cloud?
2012-01-28 09:45:47 AM
1 votes:
Ah yes, the liberal's politics of personal destruction. I remember that completely. Obama running around with all those speeches of hopey and changey destruction, compared the the openness and friendly rhetoric of the Tea Party's muslim Kenyen terrorist socialist Rev Wright lovin' guy with vauge 2nd amendment solutions against the guy with the fake birth certificate.

Yes, good times.
2012-01-28 09:40:49 AM
1 votes:

SuburbanCowboy: I stopped reading at "grassroots Tea Party movement "


Come on. The Tea Party is grassroots. Sure, they happened to become concerned about the economy around January of 2009. And sure, they were backed by 2 Republican billionaires and a former Republican congressman turned lobbyist and a cable network that regularly espouses Republican talking points, but those are all coincidences. You'll never meet a more independent group of free-thinkers than the Tea Party. They'll tell you so themselves.
2012-01-28 09:29:22 AM
1 votes:

PanicMan: Ezy Ryder: I'm not clicking on that shiat.

No it's actually pretty funny. She's going all in, with a pair of twos.

We have witnessed something very disturbing this week. The Republican establishment which fought Ronald Reagan in the 1970s and which continues to fight the grassroots Tea Party movement today has adopted the tactics of the left in using the media and the politics of personal destruction to attack an opponent.

We will look back on this week and realize that something changed. I have given numerous interviews wherein I espoused the benefits of thorough vetting during aggressive contested primary elections, but this week's tactics aren't what I meant. Those who claim allegiance to Ronald Reagan's 11th Commandment should stop and think about where we are today. Ronald Reagan and Barry Goldwater, the fathers of the modern conservative movement, would be ashamed of us in this primary. Let me make clear that I have no problem with the routine rough and tumble of a heated campaign. As I said at the first Tea Party convention two years ago, I am in favor of contested primaries and healthy, pointed debate. They help focus candidates and the electorate. I have fought in tough and heated contested primaries myself. But what we have seen in Florida this week is beyond the pale. It was unprecedented in GOP primaries. I've seen it before - heck, I lived it before - but not in a GOP primary race.

I am sadly too familiar with these tactics because they were used against the GOP ticket in 2008. The left seeks to single someone out and destroy his or her record and reputation and family using the media as a channel to dump handpicked and half-baked campaign opposition research on the public. The difference in 2008 was that I was largely unknown to the American public, so they had no way of differentiating between the lies and the truth. All of it came at them at once as "facts" about me. But Newt Gingrich is known to us - both the good and the bad.

We know that Newt ...


There is no way she wrote that many words all by her little self.
2012-01-28 09:25:11 AM
1 votes:

odinsposse: I'm loving this. I think Republicans are too authoritarian to split the party (unless Rush tells them to explicitly) but I do think this is bad for the base's voter turnout.


I'm not so sure: The ultra conservatives got Bush The Younger elected twice, and many of them are still convinced that McCain lost because he wasn't conservative enough. They may actually believe a third party run with La Sarah will work.

Sarah could run just to fark over the GOP establishment. In her eyes, they didn't protect her enough in '08, and then they scuttled her handpicked Tea Party candidate for Lisa Murkowski's senate seat.
2012-01-28 09:24:05 AM
1 votes:
Oh, never mind, you clicked the link.

You can tell she actually writes that crap herself. She likes to use words like "wherein" to sound smart. She just sounds like a dumb person trying to sound smart.
2012-01-28 09:16:30 AM
1 votes:

Byno: stoli n coke: Byno: stoli n coke: Hell hath no fury like a semi-literate social networking grandmother of 2 1.

FTFtrolling

What happened? Did her brake-line cutting criminal son abort his kid after knocking that girl up?

Well, there is the whole conspiracy that Trig is actually Bristol's kid....


Please. Sarah's the only person with the wisdom and foresight to name a retarded kid after an advanced level math course.
2012-01-28 09:11:44 AM
1 votes:
i568.photobucket.com
2012-01-28 09:10:22 AM
1 votes:
I'm gonna go out on a limb here and guess that someone told her that Mitt didn't have her on the short list of VP choices.
2012-01-28 09:05:34 AM
1 votes:
I don't want to know what she has to say about anything.
2012-01-28 09:03:39 AM
1 votes:
Hell hath no fury like a semi-literate social networking grandmother of 2.
2012-01-28 08:50:22 AM
1 votes:
So now Drudge Report and Anne Coulter are part of the "liberal media"? Palin lives in a different universe.
 
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