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When I respond, or seek responses, I think of the Internet Republic and the people [[whump]] and the places who have made our water world Eden brave and free and fair. Permitted, required, and impossible. Stand alone or stand with, whose choice to what degree [[Thn/]] O[[thn/]]ne water world Eden under "We the people" – created by whom?

Venezuelan and Georgian verifiable, secret ballots

https://docs.google.com/open?id=0B3COUqj-vPb8dEFsRGlSYjUydm8 Choose one verifiable, secret ballot from the box of ballots. Choose one list of 7 screen names from the box of screen names. Go into the secret (private) voting booth. Choose either one of the 2 scratch off serial numbers: a, or b. Scratch it and verify the same letter serial number on your receipt matches your ballot. Leave the other serial number unscratched. Then choose one screen name from the list of
seven @ write it on your ballot. Mark your ballot [[door]]. Place your ballot in the ballot box. Make sure the ballot box is well shaken before being counted. Internet posting of all ballots by screen name. Verification of contested ballots by serial number with second, unscratched serial number scratched at time of challenge.

Venezuelan and Georgian verifiable, secret ballots

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US Navy & US Surgeon General Team to test Intimacy Coaching with consent of significant others – IMG_1568

US Navy & US Surgeon General Team to test Intimacy Coaching with consent of significant others - IMG_1568

US Navy & US Surgeon General Team to test Intimacy Coaching with consent of significant others – IMG_1568

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Romney to name VP pick Saturday in Virginia

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Virginia; xref: talk with whom on whose porch three nights ago, Wednesday night
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Philip Rucker and and Dan Balz

The announcement will come Saturday morning in Norfolk, and signs are pointing to Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan.

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xref: 4200 Wisconsin Av…
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Five things about Paul Ryan
Polls: Obama widening his lead

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Classic, intentional gaffe to be “news worthy”

Instead, the Republican presidential candidate insulted Britain as it welcomed the world for the Olympics by casting doubt on London’s readiness for the Games, which open Friday, saying that the preparations he had seen were “disconcerting” and that it is “hard to know just how well it will turn out.”

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The classic intentional gaffe to get attention and the casting of doubt to inspire the loyal “onwards and upwards”.
Also xref; Howe, well.com, it, will i am, turn, turn, turn, out (in), well don’t who know it’s gonna be…
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Kerry; xref: Heinz cocktail sauce purchase yesterday

Bob Kerrey’s Senate bid is an uphill climb

Nati Harnik/AP – Nebraska state Sen. Deb Fischer, a Republican, meets her rival for a U.S. Senate seat, Bob Kerrey at a 4th of July parade in Omaha.
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By Karen Tumulty, Updated: Saturday, July 21, 3:55 PM

ALLIANCE, Neb. — His hair has gone snowy, but rancher Darcy Leistritz instantly recognized the man coming her way at a strip mall here in Nebraska’s western reaches.

“I wore one of your T-shirts when I was in college,” she told Bob Kerrey.

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That would have been some time late in the last century, when Kerrey was acclaimed as one of the most dazzling politicians this state had ever produced.

He was a heartland heartthrob: a Navy SEAL and Medal of Honor winner in Vietnam; a self-made millionaire; a brainy governor whose approval rating topped 70 percent; a Democrat who won a landslide election to the Senate in a year when Michael Dukakis failed to get even 40 percent of Nebraska’s vote for president. Oh, and he dated one of the biggest movie stars of the day, Debra Winger.

Now, after living in New York City for more than 10 years, Kerrey has returned and is trying to win back his old Senate seat. But it has been nearly two decades since his name last appeared on the general-election ballot in Nebraska, and his past glories here are as faded as those old campaign T-shirts. Even Leistritz said she does not know whether she will vote for him.

At the moment, Kerrey is running well behind a state senator, Deb Fischer, who stunned the Nebraska political establishment by defeating two better-funded and better-known candidates in the Republican primary in May.

The Kerrey subplot is playing out in a race that has attracted a lot of attention because Nebraska represents one of the best chances the GOP has of picking up a Democratic seat in its quest for a majority in the Senate. Kerrey was supposed to diminish those chances.

There hasn’t been a reliable poll lately, but Fischer’s team said last month that their internal numbers have her up by 25 points. Kerrey campaign officials estimate the margin is in the low double-digits. The candidate himself said his gut tells him “the election today is probably 54-46, something like that.”

Kerrey, 68, conceded in an interview: “I’m not sure I can close the gap. What I’ve got to do is finish the campaign saying I’ve told Nebraskans what I think needs to be done, and most importantly for me, I’ve got to make an effort to conquer a perception that I’m doing this because [Senate Majority Leader] Harry Reid talked me into running. I love Harry. He could talk me into lots of things, but not into leaving private life and becoming a candidate.”

That Reid — along with the rest of the Democratic Party — was thrilled when Kerrey jumped into the race to replace retiring Sen. Ben Nelson (D) is beyond dispute. They knew that he was pretty much the only Democrat who could stir up a decent contest in this increasingly conservative state.

Kerrey had first announced that he would not run and then changed his mind just under the wire for the March filing deadline.

The Republican super PAC American Crossroads welcomed him home with more than $260,000 worth of scathing advertising, including a radio spot in which an announcer taunted: “You haven’t been here in a while, Bob. Living in New York for the last decade, right? I bet you’ve got some stories.”

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Can the Presque Isle Stream be made clean enough to swim in?

Can the Presque Isle Stream be made clean enough to swim in?
Can the US Army Corps. of Engineers build a safe swimming hole for all ages?
Would local Presque Isle musicians like to do an Outdoor Swimming Bennefit Concert?
Could the baseball diamond be enlarged if the old pool is closed?

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“That’s about it,” xref: Lawsuits about environmental issues. “Very simple,” xref: Verisign?

Screen Shot 2012-03-17 at 9.08.24 PM - "Beetle Bailey"; xref: stand alone or stand with? Whose choice? To what degree? Also xref: "Chain of command" "Superior officers" "Subordiinate rank". Also xref: Johnny Carson 'Carnac the Magician' salue gesture working backwards from a punch line to the question; xref: ascertaining intent vs. giving an order. Two handed salute; xref: addressing God. The multiple gesture salute; xref: whose inventory of significant sensorary and congitive locations on the body to demonstrate to anywone who operates on assumptions addressing the entire recycle and conserve needs, interests, and problems of the human being and environment of all creatures great and small, and courtsy; xref: keeping our knees locked when we bow forward, but keeping our eye on our prayer spot where our third eye will touch the whole time. Also xref: Tom Sayer and Huckleberry Finn; xref: close legs or open legs to catch what fell into whose lap as a test of gender...

Screen Shot 2012-03-17 at 9.08.24 PM – “Beetle Bailey”; xref: stand alone or stand with? Whose choice? To what degree? Also xref: “Chain of command” “Superior officers” “Subordiinate rank”. Also xref: Johnny Carson ‘Carnac the Magician’ salue gesture working backwards from a punch line to the question; xref: ascertaining intent vs. giving an order. Two handed salute; xref: addressing God. The multiple gesture salute; xref: whose inventory of significant sensorary and congitive locations on the body to demonstrate to anywone who operates on assumptions addressing the entire recycle and conserve needs, interests, and problems of the human being and environment of all creatures great and small, and courtsy; xref: keeping our knees locked when we bow forward, but keeping our eye on our prayer spot where our third eye will touch the whole time. Also xref: Tom Sayer and Huckleberry Finn; xref: close legs or open legs to catch what fell into whose lap as a test of gender…

[”””’thn/]

“That’s about it,” xref: Lawsuits about environmental issues. “Very simple,” xref: Verisign?

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LA Times news environment – notice story on urination. Also xref: “I cannot tell a lie,”

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LA Times news environment – notice story on urination. Also xref: “I cannot tell a lie,”

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