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This typically means protecting their establishment friends in government, not rattling the corporate sponsors, and skittering off to perceivably more ratings-grabbing news, like what really happened to Anna Nicole Smith, and what are the ladies on The View dishing about today?
It seems that so many already hate Jim Bunning, including even his ever more exasperated, equally right-wing and perceivably soulless peers on the GOP.
Developing these products responsibly would entail doing research to understand what customers could perceivably need; brainstorming to create ideas which would elegantly fit the bill; and branding those products to make them comprehensible and attractive to customers.
My first guess about the Democrats 'failing and perceivably unethical foreign policy is their incompetence and narcissism.
Why has the United States gone virtually mute about these perceivably genocidal-waanabees?