Monday, March 31, 2008

Cleveland Indians vs Milwaukee Brewers in the World Series!

It's time to talk baseball again.

Pres. Bush threw the first pitch at the new park in Washington DC. Frankly, it's a beautiful park and I love the view of the Capitol Dome behind left field. As always, Pres. Bush throws a good pitch, although it was a bit high tonight!

Let me start with the Rangers. I like this team. Michael Young is only 31 and in his prime. Hank Blalock is healthy and should hit 30 home runs! Ian Kessler is looking better and better and he is only 25. Gerard Laird is healthy and should catch most of the games. Josh Hamilton is going to be great and he is only 26.

The pitching is a little better. Milwood and Padilla should win 15 games each. CJ Wilson is a young closer with tremendous fan appeal. McCarthy is a young pitcher but will start in the DL.

Overall, this is going to be a .500 year for the Rangers. It's time for the fans to be a little more patient. I understand the local frustration since the Rangers have not win the AL West since '99.

I think that the Rangers are doing it the right way. Can you say D-Backs, Rockies and Indians? They took the time and built some very nice teams.

Get ready for a good future: The farm system has a lot of talent and the local fans will enjoy baseball in 2009 and beyond. (Big picture is Texas Rangers' focus)

The Rangers should be competitive in 2008 but 82 or 83 wins is about as much as you can expect from a young, but very talented, team.

In the NL, the Mets, Braves and Phillies will fight in the East. I will pick the Braves because they have so much young talent and veteran pitching.

The Brewers, Cubs, Cardinals and Astros will fight in the Central. I will pick the Brewers who will clinch in the last weekend of the season. The NL Central will be the most exciting pennant race of the season.

The NL West is pitching loaded. The Rockies, D-Backs, Padres and Dodgers will be in it for much of the season. I pick the D-Backs because they are the model of a baseball team.

The NL wildcard will be the Rockies. This is another young team with lots of potential.

What about the Dodgers? They will be in it but they are not ready yet.

Milwaukee will beat Colorado. Arizona will beat the Braves. The Brewers will win the NLCS.

In the AL, the Indians will win the Central. They won't have much competition.

The Angels and Mariners will have a great pennant race. I pick the Angels.

The Red Sox and Yankees will fight for the AL East. I pick Boston to repeat. By the way, watch out for Tampa Bay. They are a young team. TB finally has the right ownership and hopefully they can get a new stadium to replace the awful Tropicana Field.

The Mariners will be the wildcard team by beating the Yankees.

It won't be pleasant in NY because the Yankees will miss the playoffs for the first time since '93. Unfortunately, the Yankees are getting older and the farm system is not that great! The Yankees say goodbye to Yankee Stadium. It's a shame that there won't be any post season baseball.

The Angels will beat the Red Sox. The Indians will beat the Mariners. The Indians will win the NLCS.

So, it will be Cleveland vs Milwaukee in the World Series. The Brewers and Indians have a lot of young players who will be household names by this fall.

Who will win it all? I will say Milwaukee in 7! I think that Wisconsin fans need something to cheer about now that Favre has retired from the Packers!

Sunday, March 30, 2008

McCain, the Dems and the housing crisis

A few days ago. Sen. McCain responsibly addressed the housing problem:

"Let's start with some straight talk:

I will not play election year politics with the housing crisis. I will evaluate everything in terms of whether it might be harmful or helpful to our effort to deal with the crisis we face now.

I have always been committed to the principle that it is not the duty of government to bail out and reward those who act irresponsibly, whether they are big banks or small borrowers.

Government assistance to the banking system should be based solely on preventing systemic risk that would endanger the entire financial system and the economy."

The housing crisis has now become the Dems' favorite talking point. It did not take long for Obama and Clinton to give us their solutions, i.e. more government and more government and more government!

Clinton wants to put a ban on foreclosures, which is a rather bizarre suggestion given that these are private contracts between borrowers and lenders.

Obama wants "hope and change" plus more "hope and change" and more "yes we can hope and change".

Quite a contrast between McCain's sober position and the Clinton/Obama pandering to voters.

Again, what can the government do about people who made bad loans or borrowers who bought more house than they could afford? The answer is little and most Americans get it.

The Dems should check out this poll from Rasmussen Reports:

"Fifty-three percent (53%) of Americans say that the federal government should not help out homeowners who borrowed more than they could afford....These results are consistent with earlier surveys showing that most Americans believed individual borrowers were to blame for the mortgage crisis.....A separate survey found that most believe the troubled homeowners should buy a smaller house." (Most Americans Oppose Federal Bailout for Homeowners)

I guess that Americans have more economic common sense than the Dems.

On free trade, the Dems are now Nader's party!

Let's see what the Dems are saying about free trade.

Have you noticed that today's Dems sound a lot like Ralph Nader and not at all like Al Gore or Bill Clinton in the 1990s.

On free trade agreements, they have turned their backs on NAFTA and the rest of Latin America.

On one hand, they criticize Pres. Bush for overlooking Latin America. On the other hand, they refuse to see how free trade helps our neighbors and the US.

Let's take Colombia and Pres. Uribe.

Colombia is a wonderful ally and no one is more pro-US than Uribe.

We should be encouraging Uribe's responsible leadership and his free market approach.

So why are Dems stalling the free trade pact? In essence, why are Dems taking sides with Hugo Chavez, who opposes free trade?

Edward Schumacher-Matos is a visiting professor of Latin American studies at Harvard. Today, he published Killing a Trade Pact :

"Delaying the approval of the trade agreement would be convenient for Democrats in Washington.

American labor unions and human-rights groups have made common cause to oppose it this election year. The unions oppose the trade agreement for traditional protectionist reasons. Less understandable are the rights groups.

Human Rights Watch says that it has no position on trade but that it is using the withholding of approval to gain political leverage over the Colombian government.

Perversely, they are harming Colombian workers in the process. The trade agreement would stimulate economic growth and help all Colombians."

The Dems are carrying the unions' water in the US. This is why Sen. Clinton and Sen. Obama shamefully played the NAFTA card in Ohio.

What does NAFTA have to do with Ohio's problems? Not much. However, bashing NAFTA makes a good headline for the party that has more in common with Ralph Nader than Bill Clinton.

I agree with Protection Racket (Democratic hostility to trade is the most worrying trend of the presidential campaign) By PETE DU PONT:

"So the good news is that America's international trade is constantly increasing.

U.S. exports grew 12% in 2007, and the U.S. Department of Commerce reports that since the first General Agreement of Tariffs and Trade, in 1948, U.S. total trade as a percentage of gross domestic products has risen to more than 29% in 2007 from less than 10%.

According to a Heritage Foundation study "The U.S. is the world's largest exporter. U.S. exports amounted to $1.6 trillion in 2007 alone and those exports generated 25 percent of U.S. GDP growth."

Trade creates jobs.

America's exports of goods sold abroad--electrical machinery, chemicals, plastics, agricultural products, medical and scientific instrumentation, for example--support six million American jobs. Exports of services account for another five million jobs.

And foreign-owned companies operating in the U.S. directly employ five million American workers, including 16,000 in Ohio by Honda, 5,400 in South Carolina by BMW, 6,000 by Nokia and 15,000 by Nestlé.

The president's recently released 2008 Trade Policy Reports take a look at the effects of trade over the past seven years.

America's "exports to the world increased 50 percent" and reached 12% of GDP, the highest share in our history.

We have free trade agreements with 20 countries (three of which are not yet approved by Congress), and U.S. exports to the 11 most recent trade agreement countries "grew over 70 percent faster on average than did U.S. exports to the rest of the world."

To put free trade in economic perspective, "In 2007 U.S. exports grew more than twice as fast as imports (over 12 percent versus less than 6 percent) and the trade deficit dropped by over 6 percent."

So free trade is helping, not hurting, the American economy."

The Dems should read Democrats and the Economy By STEPHEN J. ROSE and ANNE KIM.

How can the Dems win the 2008 by nominating a candidate who has Ralph Nader's economic positions. They can't win by doing that!

June 1968 and "McArthur Park" by Richard Harris was on the radio

"McArthur's Park" was released in April and was heard on the radio during the summer of 1968.

We were in the middle of another presidential election.

In the end, Nixon beat Humphrey.

Also, the Packers beat the Cowboys in the famous "Ice Bowl" and moved on to repeat as Super Bowl champs.

In baseball, the Tigers won the World Series and The Beatles recorded "Hey Jude".

In the summer of 1968, Richard Harris, the great actor, got together with composer Jimmy Webb and the result was MacArthur Park. 

 Webb was a great songwriter. 

 He wrote Glen Campbell's By The Time I Get To Phoenix, Galveston and Wichita Lineman

He also wrote The Fifth Dimension's Up, up and away

 And he wrote Art Ganfunkel's All I know.

MacArthur Park's arrangement was over 7 minutes long!   It is really two songs, the vocal portion and a wonderful instrumental bridge in the middle.

Today, some people think that "MacArthur Park" is one of the worst songs ever recorded. (Pop music madness)

Some people really like it! (Macarthur Park is the greatest song ever)

Last, but not least, Miss Marcus, my English teacher loved the lyrics. She told me that I would remember this song's lyrics in the future.

It was 40 years ago and Miss Marcus was right. Here are the lyrics:
"Spring was never waiting for us, girl
It ran one step ahead As we followed in the dance
Between the parted pages and
were pressed In love's hot, fevered iron
Like a striped pair of pants
MacArthur's Park is melting in the dark
All the sweet, green icing flowing down
Someone left the cake out in the rain
I don't think that I can take it'
Cause it took so long to bake it
And I'll never have that recipe again Oh, no!
I recall the yellow cotton dress
Foaming like a wave
On the ground around your knees
The birds, like tender babies in your hands
And the old men playing checkers by the trees
MacArthur's Park is melting in the dark
All the sweet, green icing flowing down
Someone left the cake out in the rain
I don't think that I can take it' Cause it took so long to bake it
And I'll never have that recipe again Oh, no!
There will be another song for me For I will sing it
There will be another dream for me
Someone will bring itI will drink the wine while it is warm
And never let you catch me looking at the sun
And after all the loves of my life
After all the loves of my life You'll still be the one
I will take my life into my hands and I will use i
tI will win the worship in their eyes and I will lose i.
tI will have the things that I desire
And my passion flow like rivers through the sky
And after all the loves of my life
After all the loves of my life I'll be thinking of you
And wondering why
MacArthur's Park is melting in the dark
All the sweet, green icing flowing down
Someone left the cake out in the rain
I don't think that I can take it
Cause it took so long to bake it
And I'll never have that recipe again
Oh, no! Oh, no No, no Oh no!! "

Saturday, March 29, 2008

Friday's show: A chat with Rick Moran

Rick Moran joined us today to review the politics of March 2008! We reviewed the month of Obama's Rev, the big Obama speech, Hillary Clinton's Bosnia recollections and McCain's strong polls.

Rick just posted More Obama Lies about Rev. Wright (Updated)! Also, see It's Obama That Doesn't Get It by Jennifer Rubin.

It was a crazy month!

Click here for the show!

The Longhorns are in the Elite 8!

Congratulations to the Longhorns. They beat Stanford and have made it to the final 8 teams in the men's tournament! (82-62)

Now, let's win the next one and make it to the Final Four!

P.S. To be fair, the Longhorns caught a big break by playing this game in Houston. It was like a home game with a huge partisan crowd.

We support Pres. Calderon's "surge" in Mexico!

Pres. Calderon is not backing down. He is fully committed to fighting the drug cartels:

"Nearly 1,000 Mexican troops arrived at the Ciudad Juarez airport Friday to deal with a surge in drug war violence that's sent tremors throughout the country, local media reported.

Mexican authorities said they're part of the more than 2,000 soldiers and federal policemen involved in "Operation Joint Chihuahua" who are being dispatched to combat narcotrafficking operations that have terrorized much of the state of Chihuahua, particularly Ciudad Juarez, Palomas and the city of Chihuahua, the state capital.

More than 200 people have been killed in the area, which borders El Paso, Texas, since the beginning of the year, according to local media reports. Thirty were killed over the Easter weekend." (Mexico sends troops to Texas border to battle drug lords)

The Mexican left is not happy. Frankly, the left is never happy, specially when they can't win elections. The left is claiming that Calderon is militarizing northern Mexico. What is their solution? They don't have one, except to criticize and second guess every one of Calderon's decisions!

Nevertheless, Calderon is right. Mexico has to push these cartels out of the country or the border will see more violence.

What can the US do? Support Mexico! We must provide Mexico with the latest military hardware to fight this war.

P.S. It is true that our consumption of drugs has financed much of this violence. You can't have billions of dollars in cash flowing south without consequences.

At the same time, Mexico should come to terms with its own irresponsibility vis-a-vis illegal immigration and open borders. What we have on the border is lawlessness and you can't blame everything on our consumption of drugs!

Check out Kyle-Anne Shiver's website!

Over the last few months, we've enjoyed reading Kyle-Anne Shiver's articles. Today, we are very happy to add her new website to our favorite places. Please bookmark her site and check it often.

I love Mrs. Shiver's latest post on Sen. Obama:

"If Senator Obama is willing to buy his minister’s excuse for vitriol, hate speech, inciting bigotry in others and every anti-American lie under the sun on the basis of past grievances, then what will he say to dictators of other nations when they hand him the same line.

This is the same worn out excuse that Islamic terrorists use every day. They hate America, they claim, because we have caused their pain." (National Security is Biggest Problem for Obama, Not Race)

Mrs. Shiver is right. Obama's Rev will be a big issue this fall, specially in all of those red counties between LA and NY!

Friday, March 28, 2008

A new McCain ad hits the TV today!


Here is another good video from the McCain campaign.

March polls are not a perfect indicator. Yet, you have to like the way that the polls are favoring McCain at this early stage of the campaign. Furthermore, you have to like the evidence that independents are leaning McCain. Don't buy your airline tickets to McCain's inaugural. However, it wouldn't hurt to check flights to Washington.

Today, I read a couple of good articles about McCain:

McCain's Foreign Policy Tested Over Time by David Brooks. This is a good analysis of McCain's national security speech this week.

The 100 Year Lie by Charles Krauthammer challenges the phony line that McCain wants to be in Iraq for 100 years:

"The Annenberg Political Fact Check, a nonprofit and nonpartisan project of the Annenberg Public Policy Center of the University of Pennsylvania, says: "It's a rank falsehood for the DNC to accuse McCain of wanting to wage 'endless war' based on his support for a presence in Iraq something like the U.S. role in South Korea."

Obama, the very likely Dem nominee, is going to need a lot more than to say that he opposed the war in 2002. Obama has to address the situation in Iraq today and he hasn't so far beyond the "yes we can" nonsense!

Obama's Rev goes after Italians!

At this pace, Obama's Rev is going to have something to say about everybody. Yesterday, we learned that he has problems with Italians, too:

"From the Wright-written eulogy for scholar Asa Hilliard in the Dec. 2007 edition of the Trumpet magazine:

"(Jesus') enemies had their opinion about Him... The Italians for the most part looked down their garlic noses at the Galileans."

After calling Jesus's crucifixion "a public lynching Italian style" executed in "Apartheid Rome," he goes on to claim that white supremacists run the U.S. government:
"The government runs everything from the White House to the schoolhouse, from the Capitol to the Klan, white supremacy is clearly in charge, but Asa, like Jesus, refused to be defined by an oppressive government because Asa got his identity from an Omnipotent God." (Rev. Wright's Italian Job (Hold the Garlic))

Did Obama hear this one? Did he read about it? Obama continues to defend Rev. Wright. (Obama Defends Wright on ABC's 'The View')

Obama is making a huge mistake here. The Rev's remarks are outrageous and Obama needs to resign from the church.

Thursday, March 27, 2008

So far, the Clinton-Obama feud is helping McCain

This is a rather amazing poll from the reliable Gallup. It confirms that the Obama-Clinton feud is having consequences:

"For every two Hillary Clinton suppoters among Democrats who say they will vote for Barack Obama if he's the Democratic nominee, nearly one says he or she will vote for John McCain in that event.

The actual breakdown in this Gallup poll is 59 percent for Obama and 28 percent for McCain.

Obama supporters show more party loyalty. 72 percent of them say they would vote for Clinton in November; 19 percent said they would defect to McCain." (The kind of numbers Hillary Clinton needs more of)

Again, I'm a little skeptical of March polls. Nevertheless, you gotta love the pro-McCain trend that started a few weeks ago.

Clintons to Perot: Please, please, please run for president!

For some time, I have argued that Hillary Clinton is unelectable in a general election format. In simple terms, Clinton is a flawed candidate with serious credibility problems.

Bill Clinton had similar problems. Bill was very lucky. Hillary is not. Bill was at the right place at the right time because Perot ran in '92. Hillary does not have Bill's timing.

The latest Gallup has some very bad news for the Clintons:

"Hillary Clinton is rated as "honest and trustworthy" by 44% of Americans, far fewer than say this about John McCain (67%) and Barack Obama (63%).....In addition to his strong showing on honesty, McCain also fares well on leadership. Sixty-nine percent of Americans describe the Arizona senator as "a strong and decisive leader," giving him an advantage over both Clinton (61%) and Obama (56%) in this regard."

As I wrote in my last post, this is going to be a character election. Who can I trust? For most, the answer will be McCain!

Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Clinton lies, Obama can't hear and McCain has new video!

In 3 weeks, we have learned much about the 3 finalists for the White House.

Obama has a Rev problem and needs to check his hearing. (Why Obama's Speech Was Unconvincing by Ed Koch) It's going to be very difficult for Obama to carry this story into the general election.

Clinton has a "Bosnia" problem and must take vitamins to improve her memory. (Made-Up Memories? - Smalley) It's hard to believe that a person can make up a story about being shot at, specially when that person is the First Lady of the US. Do you believe that a First Lady would be allowed to land in a place under fire?

As Obama and Clinton beat each other up, McCain continues to look presidential with another good speech on nationals security!

Character matters in a president!


How can anyone believe a word out of this woman's mouth?

Honest people can disagree about politics. Should we tolerate people who lie and lie?

The latest Hillary Clinton lie about her trip to Bosnia is so amazing.

She claims to have landed in the middle of a war.

In fact, she didn't. She landed in a far different place.

Again, don't take my "right wing conspiracy" word for this. Click and Just watch the video for yourself.

How in the world can anyone believe a word out of this woman's mouth? I guess that some people are so invested in "Bush hate" that they will believe anything, including a flat lie!

It's time for some of the anti-Bushies to grow up and live in the real world. They may not like Bush or McCain. At the same time, Bush and McCain are willing to take unpopular positions and stick with them!

Hillary Clinton is a poll reader, as we saw with her shifting positions on the Iraq War, her shameless attack on NAFTA and now the Bosnia episode.

Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Saddam Hussein was a terrorist period!

Let's close the book on Saddam Hussein. According to new reports, it is clear beyond any doubt that Hussein was an active terrorist. Also, it's clear that the world is a lot better off because Hussein is burning in hell.

The Wall Street Journal has a great editorial today. It is Saddam's Terror Links:

"The redacted version of "Saddam and Terrorism" is the most definitive public assessment to date from the Harmony program, the trove of "exploitable" documents, audio and video records, and computer files captured in Iraq.

On the basis of about 600,000 items, the report lays out Saddam's willingness to use terrorism against American and other international targets, as well as his larger state sponsorship of terror, which included harboring, training and equipping jihadis throughout the Middle East."

Chilling Confirmation (Yes, Saddam Hussein was an Islamofascist threat) by Deroy Murdock comes to a similar conclusion:

"As Operation Iraqi Freedom is now five years old, a new study confirms that ousting Saddam Hussein was justified and vital to U.S. national security. Though war critics hate to admit it, the Baathist dictator was up to his mustache in aid for Islamofascist terrorism."

Don't expect that your liberal friends will take the time to read this report. Why not? Because the truth hurts and most of them can not handle the truth about Iraq and the war on terror. They are invested in a narrative of defeat.

As we have written before, defeat in Iraq will mean that the boys will have to go back and fight again.

For more background, see Saddam, the terrorist's friend

Obama will be the most liberal Dem ever nominated!

It's almost official. Obama just has to run out the clock and he will reach Denver with more delegates and popular vote than Clinton. I don't see how the Clintons win the nomination, unless they want a massive fight in Denver.

Let's assume Obama will run against McCain this fall.

What does that mean? It means that we will have the sharpest left-right choice since McGovern-Nixon in 1972 or Mondale-Reagan in 1984. For the record, the Republican won 49 states and 60% of the popular vote in each one of those two contests.

Here is the good news for the Dems. People did not faint at the McGovern or Mondale rallies. As I recall, McGovern and Mondale were soft spoken candidates wearing grey suits.

Here is the bad news. Obama is more liberal than McGovern or Mondale. After all, McGovern was a World War II hero and a respected Senator. Mondale was a very active Senator and had served as Carter's VP. Last, but not least, Mondale and McGovern did not have to explain their minister's sermons!

Obama is running on the idea that he can unite the country. This is nonsense. Obama is in no position to unite when his political story is so one sided. See Obama's promise of a new majority, and the question it prompts By Robin Toner:

"His voting record, albeit short, is to the left; the National Journal declared it the most liberal of 2007. Congressional Quarterly said he voted with his party 97 percent of the time on party-line votes that year.

Obama has been endorsed by advocacy groups like that are anathema to Republicans on Capitol Hill. And some of his strongest supporters are activists at the "net-roots" who have clamored for less accommodation across party lines."

I don't see it. I see a candidate who talks about change and hangs around with left wing elements. It may fly over at The NY Times but it will be a hard sell between LA and NY.

Of course, there is always the on going matter of Obama's Rev.

Who is going to forget the Rev's remarks and Obama's explanations? This issue of the Rev is not going away anytime soon.

Obama wants change. What kind of change? I don't think that class warfare, naivety over national security and European socialism is the kind of change that most people want!

Monday, March 24, 2008

Are you a typical white grandmother?

Want to laugh? Check out Don Surber's New Obama ad. This one is great! ABC News has the back-story.

Obama should find advisers who agree with him!

Leave it to Michael Goldfarb to keep an eye on Obama's advisers:

"Obama aide Gen. Tony McPeak is in the news for comparing Bill Clinton to Joseph McCarthy, but it's a good opportunity to revisit some comments McPeak made just about five years ago today in an interview with the Oregonian (via Hot Air):

[Q:] Is Iraq the last country we confront in the Middle East?

[McPeak:] Who wants to volunteer to get cross-ways with us? We'll be there a century, hopefully. If it works right."

Beyond the obvious contradiction, the General's remarks, plus Samantha Power's TV interview, simply confirm that Obama is all hot air when it comes to Iraq.

Clinton and Obama are telling their voters what their voters want to hear on Iraq.

Two things will happen. If McCain wins then the nation will have a president who told the truth about the complexities of Iraq and the war on terror. If Obama or Clinton win then the anti-war supporters will have a huge letdown when they carry out Bush's mission in Iraq.

Have we forgotten that the Pelosi-Reid Congress was supposed to end the war?

Beware of Dems who tell you what you want to hear! On Iraq, Clinton and Obama are lying big time!

Sunday, March 23, 2008

Saturday, March 22, 2008

"Lamplight", great song by The Bee Gees!


It was part of The Odessa LP and released as the B side of "First of May".

"Lamplight" was one of my favorite songs from the Brothers Gibb:

"Then I may end. She had things to buy.

I close my eyes . Yet I don't know why.

I gave her money; said she knew someone.

And she said she won't be long.

Lamplight keep on burning while this heart of mine is yearning.

Lamplight keep on burning till this love of yours is mine.

I sat alone with my thoughts and laughed . Then saw your face in an old photograph.

I didn't think that I could live without you but what am I to do?

Lamplight keep on burning while this heart of mine is yearning.

Lamplight keep on burning till this love of yours is mine

Come home again dear.

I have waited year after year under the lamp in our old avenue.

If all in the world that's laughing, why should it make us cry?"

The "A" side of this great single was "First of May", another wonderful song! It was also included in the movie "Melody".


"When I was small and Christmas trees were tall

We used to love while others used to play

Don't ask me why, but time has passed us by

Someone else moved in from far away

Now we are tall and Christmas trees are small

And you don't ask the time of day

But you and I, our love will never die

But guess we'll cry come first of May

The apple tree that grew for you and me

I watched the apples falling one by one

And I recall the moment of them all

The day I kissed your cheek and you were gone

Now we are tall and Christmas trees are small

And you don't ask the time of day

But you and I, our love will never die

But guess we'll cry come first of May

When I was small and Christmas trees were tall

Doo......Don't ask me why, but time has passed us by

Someone else moved in from far away"

The McCain videos


Over the next couple of months, the McCain campaign will be releasing a series of videos intended to introduce the candidate. During the primary, McCain had the wonderful Christmas ad and a couple of others, too.

This is an outstanding first chapter. Watch out for more.

As Clinton and Obama argue about this and that, McCain will present his side of the story.




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