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(Washington Post)   Rep. Rogers: After years as head of the Intelligence committee, I think I finally found some. I'm out. Fark all y'all *drops pants*   ( washingtonpost.com) divider line
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2014-03-28 07:58:28 PM  
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Rann Xerox: And nothing of value will be lost.

You libs really are a shining light of progressive tolerance
2014-03-28 05:51:45 PM  
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felching pen: From the Intelligence Committee to a nationally syndicated radio show? Mysterious high-speed backroad fatality in 5...4...3...2...

All he has to do is drive into a pothole.
2014-03-28 05:46:00 PM  
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I was just thinking that the country needs another conservative radio talk show host.
2014-03-28 04:48:48 PM  
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qorkfiend: Dr Dreidel: Michigan representative who was retiring to start an AM radio show, then was most emphatically NOT retiring to start an AM radio show, is now retiring to start an AM radio show.

Everyone got that?

I thought the confusion was over whether or not Rep. Rogers was stepping down as chairman of the House intelligence committee prior to the end of his term. At least, that seems to be what the earlier article on Rogers was about.

Well I'm certainly confused.

// thanks, Rogersbama
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