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Tue, 20 Oct 1992 11:56:02 EDT
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Fascinating.  Friend Giordano comparing David Duke and George Bush.  If there
was nothing to be ashamed of, why would the good folks deny supporting their
duly elected President?  Who they are supposed to (asked to) Trust?
Hey, if elections weren't horseraces then their would be no need to vote, but
it may be relevant to the previous observation that the British bookmakers
have Bush at 3-1 (bet one and get three plus your one); Perot at 25-1 and
Clinton as an odds-on favorite at 1-6 (bet six to get one).
Even with all the good omens, I intend to get out and vote; if anything will
defeat Clinton it's complency on the part of his supporters.  As things are,
one can bet that the Bushies will be out there voting early and often, as
they used to say about Tammany Hall.
Cal Pryluck, Radio-Television-Film, Temple University, Philadelphia
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