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“He would be the state's first openly gay legislator.”
“The gap between the haves and the have-nots just keeps getting wider and wider.”
“I also seem to recall him promising to cut the deficit, and he didn't come through on that either.”
“How can you be so naive?”
“Where do you stand on gun control?”
“Why should I, as a taxpayer, have to bear the burden of supporting these people with my hard-earned money?”
“It's beneficial not only, you know, from an environmental standpoint, but also in terms of reducing our dependence on foreign oil.”
“She claims to be all about honesty and integrity? What a hypocrite!”
“I understand the general sentiment, but it's hard for me to concisely summarize what they're saying.”
“Everybody seems to be critical of the President these days, but I still believe in him.”
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