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Wait for the first inning.

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Submitted by Larry B. (United States), Jan 21, 2009 at 21:58

Most of the past U.S. Presidents defined their terms in office by the policies they set during their first 100 days in office. I will wait to see what transpires before making any rash comments about democrats and thier support of Israel. This nay-saying beforehand may just turn off any Demo. Senators who may turn by this site. Our Govt. is a split party body, and it is still defined as one Govt.

Better to wait for the first inning before calling the game?

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