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Submitted by AS (India), Feb 12, 2010 at 23:54

for discovery of the rare chemical that is generated in the brain in an instantaneous moment of dementia when one hears 'Yes, We Can'. and also for the ability to romance with and develop a rare chemistry with America's women. Till date, I have not been able to find 1 American who has given me any cogent reason for voting for him.

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