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Posted by Didn't think I said 'any certain political party' either but the phrase is usual used to indicate a particular one-Grandma Peg on November 15, 2000 at 16:48:58:

In Reply to: Totally off subject. posted by Liz Robbins - Grandma Peg, I didn't even name a party. I guess we all know which one favors the wealthy. Anyway, don't worry, for entirely different reasons I voted for Bush on November 12, 2000 at 00:41:11:


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Commen; As said, didn't think I mentioned one either but the phrase is often applied to one. I was trying to point out that the sword of truth cuts 'both' ways. And yes, I make 'unkind comments' at times which refer to a particular party as a whole, some of whom are our friends but of whom I'm not particularily referring to. I sure ain't perfect.... neither are the politicians. Grandma Peg

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