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Sometimes it's the simple things

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Submitted by Dan Schwartz (United States), Jan 8, 2014 at 16:54

While I've cited both this article and Andrew McCarthy's followup many times, sometimes it's the simple, easy-to-understand things -- The K.I.S.S. principle -- that are the most effective.

From the LA Times, we have Email scandal: Here's why Chris Christie will never be president. Turns out they found the e-mails where he ordered lane closures leading to the George Washington Bridge to jam up traffic in Fort Lee for hours.

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