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McCain Unsure How Many Houses He Owns



I know. It's difficult to keep track of how many homes you have. If you're an average American, like John McCain, what's in a number, anyway?

Today's lead news story is that McCain didn't even know that he and his wife own seven homes.

Out of touch with real Americans. Hell, why do we even elect a president? I say we go back to monarchy. It's not like the people we elect have any idea how real people live...



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  1. "Out of touch with real Americans. Hell, why do we even elect a president? I say we go back to monarchy. It's not like the people we elect have any idea how real people live..."

    Interesting comment. Did you have free or reduced price breakfast and lunch in public school? A large number of your "real People" did. Look around at the really poor if you know any. Was Obama really poor in "this world's goods" as he grew up? Was his father a hard working man? How about his white grandparents? Were they day laborers? What is Obama's net worth now? How did Biden get his current net worth?

    Men can reform. Maybe Biden has. Do you as an educator approve of plagiarism or do you doubt that he was guilty?

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