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Ball point pen on today's newsprint Although I disagreed in concept with the super committee, I realized that this present group of lawmakers couldn't be trusted to do what was right for America and needed to be insulated from the heat of a tough decision. But then a friend pointed out to me that it is easier to buy 12 than the combined 535 Members of the House and Senate.... touché my friend. K Street always, always beats Main Street. from today's NYT related post related post   ...

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Lets take a look at some of those chosen to lead us out of this crisis. Ball point pen on today's newsprint Jon Kyl earned a law degree from the University of Arizona's James E Rogers College of Law. A second generation politician, Kyl was a lobbyist before being elected to the house in 1986. He served in congress until 1995 when he won election to the US Senate. He is ranked as the 4th most conservative senator by the National Journal and has signed the no tax pledge (which makes you wonder how he will compromise with six democrats.) Kyl's  staunch pro life views landed him in the news recently when he went on the house floor and claimed that performing abortions is "well over 90 percent of what Planned Parenthood does." In fact, only 3 percent of Planned Parenthood's undertakings are abortion related with 90 percent going towards providing contraceptives, STD and cancer testing and t ...

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