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you got my vote if you can keep the latest interloper (intercourser) off this reasonabley wholesome asset (caferacer) in a world of online loosers who can't develope actual human contact and resort to manual self contact with the aid of exploited people. sorry for the run on.

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From wikipedia:


In January 1981, Haig was tapped by Reagan to be Secretary of State and he began confirmation hearings before the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations. Much of the hearing focused on Haig's role during Watergate. Haig was easily confirmed by a Senate vote of 93-6.

Haig resigned abruptly in July 1982. His desire to be the so-called "vicar" of American foreign policy, in emulation of his mentor Henry Kissinger, did not mesh well with Ronald Reagan, who had his own ideas about foreign policy. It was also said that Nancy Reagan did not like him. A military hawk, Haig caused some alarm with his suggestion that a "nuclear warning shot" in Europe might be effective in deterring the Soviet Union. His tenure as Secretary of State was often characterized by his clashes with the more moderate Defense Secretary, Caspar Weinberger.

In 1981, after the March 30 assassination attempt on Reagan, Haig asserted before reporters that "I'm in control here" as a result of Reagan's hospitalization. The quotation became seen as an attempt by Haig to exceed his authority.
Assasination attempts and bids for supreme power aside, if Branson becomes a kapo, who's gonna play his Caspar?

Honda go sideways!

Edited by - krapfever on Feb 15 2007 2:38:17 PM
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