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$7,470,720.00

9 companies gave $7,470,720.00 to 7 Democrats:

Hat tip: Small Dead Animals

Michael Laprarie adds: This, along with HughS's OpenSecrets link from yesterday, seems to prove beyond any shadow of a doubt that the old meme about the Republican party being the only advocate for the rich and powerful is nothing but a bald-face lie.

I have a feeling that during the 2010 election cycle, the Democratic party is going to regret every dollar they got from the finance industry, possibly even more than the finance industry now regrets their contributions to the Democrats.

HughS adds: Take a look at the top recipients on this list of donations from hedge funds.

The top 10 includes:

Barack Obama #1
Hillary Clinton #2
Chris Dodd #3
Rahm Emanuel #9

Hmmm, during the 2008 election cycle it was a known that Emanuel would be in the Obama inner circle and probably not in his congressional seat, yet he ranked in the top ten as a lame duck.


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Holy Sh*t... (Below threshold)
Pretzel Logic:

Holy Sh*t

This, along with <a href="h... (Below threshold)

This, along with HughS's OpenSecrets link from yesterday, seems to prove beyond any shadow of a doubt that the old meme about the Republican party being the only advocate for the rich and powerful is nothing but a bald-face lie.

I have a feeling that during the 2010 election cycle, the Democratic party is going to regret every dollar they got from the finance industry, possibly even more than the finance industry now regrets their contributions to the Democrats.

Take a look at the top reci... (Below threshold)

Take a look at the top recipients on this list of donations from hedge funds.

The top 10 includes:

Barack Obama #1
Hillary Clinton #2
Chris Dodd #3
Rahm Emanuel #9

Hmmm, during the 2008 election cycle it was a known that Emanuel would be in the Obama inner circle and probabaly not in his congressional seat, yet he ranked in the top ten as a lame duck.

the Democratic party is ... (Below threshold)
Clay:

the Democratic party is going to regret every dollar they got from the finance industry,

That's assuming that the Republicans will get their act together. Big assumption. The GOP strategy at the moment seems to be Hey, at least we're not Democrats.

Every day is the same, Obama did this, Pelosi did that. Every post is about the Democrats. Instead of what they're not doing, why not concentrate on the GOP's positives? Oh yeah, that's right. There are none. So, we'll just air the Dems' dirty laundry.

Welcome to neocon hell, where true conservatism has been long abandoned.

Seriously. Point to the pos... (Below threshold)
Clay:

Seriously. Point to the posts last month that spoke to the GOP's positive input in the process.

There are two possibilities: You aren't looking for them or there are none. Which is it? I'll betcha it's more the latter than the former.

Sheesh! It may be the wrong direction, but at least the Democrats have an agenda and are doing something to accomplish it. And the GOP is following them down the path - albeit reluctantly, but nonetheless - without offering a clear alternative.

Folks, the GOP is looking even worse with each post denigrating the Dems.

Clay, perhaps you could loo... (Below threshold)
DaveD:

Clay, perhaps you could look back to the Bush administration and enumerate what positives of their own the Democrats concentrated on while crticizing Bush's policies. And if you can do that (which I think you cannot), tell me further how many have been enacted since they are now in the majority. Life is cruel, politicians of any political bent have been shown to be corrupt. Yep, sometimes it is the lesser of the two evils. And by the way, not voting for the Generational Theft Act of 2009 was clearly sound Republican policy. You are only aware of it after the fact. The Republicans just happened to be aware of it earlier than you.

DaveD,LOL. Read yo... (Below threshold)
Clay:

DaveD,

LOL. Read your comment again. You're concentrating on what the Dems did, and the Republicans didn't do.

The do-nothing GOP. You ain't winning elections like that.

Kim,I'll give you ... (Below threshold)
Adrian Browne:

Kim,

I'll give you tomorrow's wizbangblog headline today:

Harold Koh Root of All Evil

If this is what Obama and t... (Below threshold)
TOhio:

If this is what Obama and the Democrats do to their friends, just think what they are willing to do to their enemies.

brain of clay -In ... (Below threshold)
apb:

brain of clay -

In your point about "Democrats have an agenda and are doing something to accomplish it", you fail to understand the point that what they're 'accomplishing' is fiscal slavery for future generations.

Frankly, your mindless opinion was once shared by a bunch of adoring Germans back in, oh, 1936 or so. Why are you dems so unfair to future generations?

"The do-nothing GOP. You ai... (Below threshold)
bryanD:

"The do-nothing GOP. You ain't winning elections like that."-Clay

Brilliant example in real time:

"Amendment-O-Rama" on C-SPAN. The House Democratic leadership is apparently allowing 10 minute budget amendment proffers WITH RECORDED VOTE ON EACH for all comers, all day (I think). Republican back-benchers seem gratified at the opportunity.

"To win one hundred victories in one hundred battles is not the acme of skill. To subdue the enemy without fighting is the acme of skill."_Sun Tzu

Clay is right. You just do... (Below threshold)
Oyster:

Clay is right. You just don't want to hear it.

I think a lot of Republicans/Conservatives in the House are slowly figuring that out though. But I have to admit, the more Democrat agendas come down the pike, the more convinced I am that doing nothing IS better.

He takes quite a good mugsh... (Below threshold)
914:

He takes quite a good mugshot.

Oyster -King Log v... (Below threshold)
JLawson:

Oyster -

King Log vs. King Stork?

There seems to be an expectation that government's always supposed to be doing something. The question is - what is so important to be done at this point that only big government can do it, that it isn't ALREADY doing?

And what is it doing that it shouldn't be?

The main opponents to his l... (Below threshold)
JC Hammer:

The main opponents to his legislation have taken immense amounts of bribes from the banksters, especially ranking Republican Spencer Bachus (R-AL- $3,789,474), Scott Garrett (R-NJ- $1,156,599), GOP House whip Eric Cantor (R-VA- $3,121,188), GOP minority leader John Boehner (R-OH- $3,045,809), GOP lunatic fringe caucus head Jeb Hensarling (R-TX- $2,111,371), Jim Gerlach (R-PA- $1,578,152), Paul Ryan (R-WI- $1,555,321), and Michele Bachmann (R-MN- $756,740, a cheap date for any lobbyist representing extremist ideas).

Both parties have their hands out, don't they?

The Dems routinely display ... (Below threshold)

The Dems routinely display the choices available as:
- what the DEMS want
- doing NOTHING

Even in the face of alternatives offered by the Republican Party. And the MSM lets them get away with this lie.

Queen Pelosi kept claiming the Republicans never offered alternatives to the "Stimulus Package"...when in reality she FROZE THEM OUT! Then she added that doing "something" was better than doing "nothing"...and "nothing" was what was offered up by the Republicans.

The Repubs have fumbled a lot on this. But when you freeze someone out, you can't later claim they "didn't contribute"

Why are you dems so unfa... (Below threshold)
Clay:

Why are you dems so unfair to future generations?

Did you actually read what I wrote? I'm not a Democrat. I'm "old-right" conservative, which is a vastly different conservative then your all-too-common, anti-intellectual neoconservative, of which Congress has many masquerading as Republicans. I'm the Republican movement within the Republican party. We're taking it back after you neocons have torn it to shreds.

Get your own party.

Why are the dems so hateful... (Below threshold)
914:

Why are the dems so hateful of future generations? Because they will not be among them thats why..

The taxpayers of this count... (Below threshold)
maggie:

The taxpayers of this country should demand
and get 535 letters of resignation. It would
be a start of cleaning out some of the encrusted
corruption out of Washington D.C.

Right on Maggie.... (Below threshold)
914:

Right on Maggie.

Hey maggie. There's some ch... (Below threshold)
Clay:

Hey maggie. There's some change I can believe in.

Hey!! I think I saw that gu... (Below threshold)
914:

Hey!! I think I saw that guy on Americas most unwanted last night.

"Did you actually read w... (Below threshold)
apb:

"Did you actually read what I wrote?

Yeah, clay -

"but at least the Democrats have an agenda and are doing something to accomplish it"

For a 'conservative' (I'll call you out as a complete fraud on that) you should know better than to congratulate the fiscal stupidity of additional new debt=GDP - that's the Dem agenda, including a command economy and socialism. Period. Praising the dems for working toward accomplishing their agenda marks you a fraud.

If your intent was to call out conservatives for inaction (most Repubs are morons, not conservative), what action would you recommend? Fact is, as stated above, NO action will have far less negative impact on the country. As for your 'old-right' conservative bona-fides, you'll then agree that strong national defense, small government, and free-market economics should rule the day.

Right?

"The main opponents to h... (Below threshold)
apb:

"The main opponents to his legislation have taken immense amounts of bribes from the banksters"

So they took campaign contributions (bribes), but still voted against taking all my kids' future earning to bail these clowns out? Sounds like a principled position.

Well first, JLawson, I don'... (Below threshold)
Oyster:

Well first, JLawson, I don't know what you mean by "King Log vs. King Stork".

But I did say that from what I've seen so far, doing nothing would be better. I'm of the mind that the less the government gets involved, the better off we all are. I'd love nothing more than for some real conservatives step up to the plate and say exactly what you said. "There seems to be an expectation that government's always supposed to be doing something." That's exactly it. And I never got the impression that Clay was advocating that Republicans do more or even as much. "Offering a clear alternative", as he put it, does not mean that they should be matching, item by item, some alternative to the Dems.

So far the republicans aren't doing much but shooting down all the dems ideas (And I'm thankful for that much at least) but they need to learn how to convey a message; a clear idea.

The GOP released a <a href=... (Below threshold)
Mac Lorry:

The GOP released a full alternative budget yesterday and it wasn't an April fools joke. So much for the Democrats' talking points about the GOP just saying no. Now Democrats will have to say no to the GOP's budget. Today GOP congressmen offered a bill to stimulate job creation by suspending payroll taxes for six months. Democrats will have to say no to that as well least it work and give the GOP political capital for fixing the economy, at least in part. The Democrats are slipping back into their role as the just say no party like they were under Bush.

I just read your link, Mac.... (Below threshold)
Oyster:

I just read your link, Mac. The last paragraph:

"The budget alternative is largely a symbolic gesture, as the proposal does not stand a chance of passing in the Democratically-controlled Congress. It was released in part to counter Democratic charges that Republicans are knocking their proposals but not offering alternatives."

What a putz.

And Gibbs - oh Gibbs - this guy is a full blown moron: "When the first version of the Republicans' alternative to the Obama administration's budget was released, White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs quipped, "It took me several minutes to read it.""

I guess at least he gave it more attention than anyone gave the bill that DID get passed.

Yeah, clayT... (Below threshold)
Clay:

Yeah, clay

Then it's a problem of comprehension?

I said, "It may be the wrong direction, but at least the Democrats have an agenda and are doing something to accomplish it." Implying that the Democrats have an agenda (albeit a wrong agenda) and they are accomplishing it. What are the Republicans' agenda items? How are they accomplishing them? How are they communicating them?

you'll then agree that strong national defense, small government, and free-market economics should rule the day.

That depends. If by a strong national defense you mean the continued maintenance of over 700 military bases in 130 countries, then no, I disagree. The Old Right, or paleo, conservative argument for opposing foreign intervention and entanglements is that it is not America's responsibility to be a global policeman. Foreign adventuring necessitates big government, big spending, the sacrificing of liberties at home, and of course places American troops in harm's way. Which translates that I probably believe in small government and free markets much more than you.

By the way, I'm merely supporting the foreign policy of the founding fathers. Not that that means much to neocons.

Many of us identify ourselves as "classical conservatives" and trace our philosophy to the Old Right Republicans of the interwar period which helped keep the U.S. out of the League of Nations, reduce immigration with the passage of the Immigration Act of 1924, and oppose FDR and his 'Raw Deal'. We look back even further, to Edmund Burke, as well as the American anti-federalist movement that stretched from the days of Thomas Jefferson to John C. Calhoun.

We question the supposition that European culture and mores can ever be transplanted or even forced upon non-Western cultures, due to separate cultural heritages. And we don't see the need to adopt ideas for European government. As a result, we are most distinctive in our emphatic opposition to open immigration by non-Europeans, and our general disapproval of U.S. intervention overseas for the purposes of 'exporting' democracy (we see democracy as one step away from socialism). We are also very critical of American neoconservative and their sympathizers in print media, talk radio (I don't have much use for Rush or Sean) and cable TV news (Fox is just another MSM news outlet). We do not wish to be closely identified with the U.S. Republican Party as it exists today. Rather, we seek the renewal of small 'r' republican society in the context of the Western heritage, customs and civilization.

Is that conservative enough for you?

"Offering a clear altern... (Below threshold)
Clay:

"Offering a clear alternative", as he put it, does not mean that they should be matching, item by item, some alternative to the Dems.

Absolutely not. I'm an advocate of free-markets. This bailout, as begun by Bush, is so immensely wrong-headed that we will be paying for it for a long, long time. But, I don't hear many Republicans sounding the clarion call that this is disastrous for our country. Where are the modern-day prophets warning us of inevitable hyper-inflation as the terrible trio of the Fed, the Treasury, and Congree inflate our currency? Why aren't the Republicans - who are supposed to stand for something else - screaming from the rooftops as they demand that the GAO audit the Fed and find out where those trillion+ dollars - OUR DOLLARS - are going? I don't want to see the Republicans as the 'shadow' Democrats, offering an alternative plan to everything. But, here is a prime opportunity for them to communicate to Americans what we should be about as a nation. Nobody is surprised by what the Democrats are doing, for crying out loud, they're socialists. But, please tell me what, besides being the anti-Democrats, are the Republicans?

The heretofore unthinkable is happening. America is failing. Where, for God's sake, are the Republicans? And why do I only hear about the Democrats everywhere, including here?

Where, for God's sake, a... (Below threshold)
apb:

Where, for God's sake, are the Republicans? And why do I only hear about the Democrats everywhere, including here?

As I said before, the (R)'s are mostly morons - my favorite pieces of crap are Snowe, Spector and Collins - lacking both principle and spine.

Why do we only hear about dems? Primarily they're driving the country down the tubes with the screaming adulation of 52% - and there is NO RECOURSE. There are no (r)'s in Congress; no (r)'s at state or local, either. We've become a handout nation, waiting for uncle Sammy to shower us with... everything.

Aside from 'Don't tread on me' flags and integrity, whaddya got? Franklin was right - once the majority discovers they can vote themselves loot from the treasury, it's the end of the Republic. There's no educating the public, either - why work, save and invest when you can kick back, watch the tube and collect your checks?

The heretofore unt... (Below threshold)
Mac Lorry:
The heretofore unthinkable is happening. America is failing. Where, for God's sake, are the Republicans? And why do I only hear about the Democrats everywhere, including here?

Maybe you're just not paying attention. See post #26

Sure, Mac. I'll give them c... (Below threshold)
Clay:

Sure, Mac. I'll give them credit for submitting an alternative budget. I guess that's good enough? This is a sufficient answer to a failing America? If so, then never mind.

I mean. Yeah. Okay. They're on their game. My bad.

I have a question for all y... (Below threshold)
JC Hammer:

I have a question for all you people. Does this country need a middle class of people, or should it be just the rich and poor?

Also, some of the laws passed during the first depression work for many years, and in the last few years were done away with, resulting in the economic mess we now have, should those laws be put back in?

Sure, Mac. I'll gi... (Below threshold)
Mac Lorry:
Sure, Mac. I'll give them credit for submitting an alternative budget. I guess that's good enough? This is a sufficient answer to a failing America? If so, then never mind.

Well if you read about the GOP budget you'll find that it's a blueprint for putting the nation back on sound economic growth. It seems you want the GOP to do what no minority party can, which is to block the majority party' agenda. Yes, America is failing and it's hard to watch, but it's not the GOP's fault. The American electorate fell for the "change" bit and decided to give full control of the government to Democrats. The goal of the GOP is to offer alternatives and hope the American electorate decides to give them a stronger position in 2010, and hopefully control of the government in 2012. If so, than a lot of the Democratic agenda can be repealed. If not, then the golden age of America is behind us.

Also, some of the ... (Below threshold)
Mac Lorry:
Also, some of the laws passed during the first depression work for many years, and in the last few years were done away with, resulting in the economic mess we now have, should those laws be put back in?

Here's an excerpt from an article written by By Calvin Woodward and Jim Kuhnhenn.

THE FACTS: This may be so, but it isn't only Republicans who pushed for deregulation of the financial industries. The Clinton administration championed an easing of banking regulations, including legislation that ended the barrier between regular banks and Wall Street banks. That led to a deregulation that kept regular banks under tight federal regulation but extended lax regulation of Wall Street banks. Clinton Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin, later an economic adviser to candidate Obama, was in the forefront in pushing for this deregulation.

Back in 2001 President Bush warned congress in his first budget about what was going on with mortgages and predicted dire consequences if congress didn't act. Any fair assessment of blame for the subprime mortgage mess puts Democrats front and center.

I asked for individual comm... (Below threshold)
JC Hammer:

I asked for individual comments to my questions, not copy and paste answers. I'm not arguing on who did what, just want answers to the questions I asked!

Obama's first 100 days?<br ... (Below threshold)
karen:

Obama's first 100 days?
NEW: Senate approves $3.53 trillion version of budget


I hate to tell you people this. But in 100 Days.. OBAMA and the Senate are 1/2 a trillion away from spending what BUSH did during his ENTIRE 8 years. (Office of Public Debt Says So)

Where are the Democrats PROTESTS??? BUNCH OF HYPOCRITES..

"Hmmm, during the 2008 elec... (Below threshold)
JAT:

"Hmmm, during the 2008 election cycle it was a known that Emanuel would be in the Obama inner circle and probably not in his congressional seat, yet he ranked in the top ten as a lame duck."

Would that money be funneled to Obama some way?

"I asked for individual ... (Below threshold)
Oyster:

"I asked for individual comments to my questions, not copy and paste answers. I'm not arguing on who did what, just want answers to the questions I asked!"

I don't know why I'm responding to you. It's like having a conversation with a sign post. But your first assumption is that we recovered from the depression because Congress made a bunch of laws. It's my opinion that we recovered in spite of a bunch of new laws. You don't mention what laws you might think worked. You just make some general point about putting some laws "back in".

Mac answers with facts in regard to the banking industry and you reject it out of hand wanting "individual comments". It's akin to sticking your fingers in your ears and shouting la-la-la. What do you want? Comments and opinions or facts?

Obama's repeated invoking of "The Great Depression" has sparked new debate on what finally pulled us out of the depression of the thirties. And guess what? Those opinions stretch far and wide.

Rather than demanding answers from people you regularly criticize and have no respect for anyway, my suggestion is to do some reading on the facts and the differing opinions derived from those facts and come to your own conclusions.

In other words - do your own friggin homework.

Well if you read about t... (Below threshold)
Clay:

Well if you read about the GOP budget you'll find that it's a blueprint for putting the nation back on sound economic growth.

Oh, the budget is their long range vision. I get it. It's even worse than I thought.

hope the American electorate decides to give them a stronger position in 2010, and hopefully control of the government in 2012.

Hope is a lousy strategy and 2010 is just around the corner. They aren't offering up the vision and the best they're doing is not being Democrats. Very weak.

But, if you're good with that...

Oh, the budget is ... (Below threshold)
Mac Lorry:
Oh, the budget is their long range vision. I get it. It's even worse than I thought.

Then you say

They aren't offering up the vision and the best they're doing is not being Democrats. Very weak.

What's weak is your logic. You complained that the GOP wasn't offering any alterative ideas and I linked to the GOP's budget, which is an extensive document full of ideas, policy and a vision for the future. You then dismiss their budget, which contrasts the democrat's tax, borrow and spend budget by complaining the GOP is not offering up a vision. Now that's very weak.

Prior to the election there was a commenter who used the moniker "Clay". Obviously you are not that commenter, either that or you have had a brain aneurysm since then.

either that or you have ... (Below threshold)
Clay:

either that or you have had a brain aneurysm since then.

Nice, Mac.

Sure. I get it. That's their clear vision. Okay. Move on.

Sure. I get it. Th... (Below threshold)
Mac Lorry:
Sure. I get it. That's their clear vision. Okay. Move on.

It's now obvious you're a troll using the moniker of one of the more intelligent commenter on this site. An IP address check would tell.

Amazing, Mac. Because I wan... (Below threshold)
Clay:

Amazing, Mac. Because I want the GOP to be better than it is and maximize the unique opportunity that history has handed them, you feel I'm an impostor?

Perhaps it would be better that I were a shill for the Republicans?

I think they ought to check your IP address. Between this exchange and the earlier one regarding the death tax, I'm beginning to question your ideology as well.

maggie, do you mind checkin... (Below threshold)
Clay:

maggie, do you mind checking my IP address against my comments from before the election?

Also, I've used the same em... (Below threshold)
Clay:

Also, I've used the same email address when posting comments since the beginning. In fact maggie, you've sent emails to that account. I don't think anybody here would be able to know that address.

Mac, I think you owe me an apology. I'm no troll and I've not inflamed anyone here. I'm proposing what I think is a rational that the party that gave us John McCain should make a trek back to their principles. I think it's reasonable for me to state that the GOP is lost its way and is not electable without demonstrating a discernible difference from the Socialists of the Democrats.

Mac, I think you o... (Below threshold)
Mac Lorry:
Mac, I think you owe me an apology. I'm no troll and I've not inflamed anyone here

Ok, you're not a troll, but maybe you're a socket puppet using the moniker of an individual who used to provide intelligent and thought provoking comments on these pages. Your writhing style and content don't come close that individual's. If somehow you are the same "Clay" then you should see a doctor today and have an MRI scan as something serious has happened to you.

I'm proposing what I think is a rational that the party that gave us John McCain should make a trek back to their principles.

See, the Clay I knew would be providing details about how the minority party could do that, not just complaining that it's not being done.

I think it's reasonable for me to state that the GOP is lost its way and is not electable without demonstrating a discernible difference from the Socialists of the Democrats.

The Clay I knew would be up to date and would have known about the GOP budget and what it contains. Maybe you lost your job and you're suffering from depression. If so, I'm sorry for getting on your case, but you need to seek help.

I think they ought... (Below threshold)
Mac Lorry:
I think they ought to check your IP address. Between this exchange and the earlier one regarding the death tax, I'm beginning to question your ideology as well.

You got a link to the "death tax" story. I didn't see it, so maybe there is a socket puppet using my moniker.

maggie, do you mi... (Below threshold)
maggie:
maggie, do you mind checking my IP address against my comments from before the election?

LOL! How about I check yours and Macs?

Clay, you've been vetted.<b... (Below threshold)
maggie:

Clay, you've been vetted.
Carry on.

That is all.

Thanks maggie.Mac,... (Below threshold)
Clay:

Thanks maggie.

Mac, I'll just say that I'm very surprised by you. Very surprised.

But, you can count on me continuing my campaign to inject a little chlorine in the GOP pool. They need it in order to win in 2010. If you think they're good to go, then you can carry on as you have.

I'm not going to go back and find our death tax exchange. I'm through talking to you and your condescending tone today. You don't know me nor do you have any clue what's going on in my life. I've been careful to conduct myself in a Christ-like manner here. I'm sure I've failed here and there, but I hope I haven't behaved as you have. If anything, you've convicted me to watch myself more closely.

Mac, I'll just say... (Below threshold)
Mac Lorry:
Mac, I'll just say that I'm very surprised by you. Very surprised.

Well I apologize for getting on your case Clay, but in my defense you were not coming across as the person who's comments I have come to appreciate, and there have been cases of socket puppetry on this site in the last few months. I just figured it was someone else using your moniker to damage it.

But, you can count on me continuing my campaign to inject a little chlorine in the GOP pool. They need it in order to win in 2010. If you think they're good to go, then you can carry on as you have.

Well that's the part you need to explain. What would you have the GOP do, sound like Rush Limbaugh, or play into the Democrat's hands as the "Just say no" party? When was the last time the minority party came out with their on detailed budget? Similarly the GOP publicized it's own stimulus bill and just yesterday proposed a six month payroll tax holiday to stimulate job creation. As I have said before, the first step in passing someone ahead of you is to get into the other lane and that's what the GOP has done. Whether or not the GOP wins more seats in 2010 depends on how the economy is next year. If it's still bad, then the GOP will do well, but of course the GOP can't go around saying it hopes the economy stays bad.

I'm through talking to you and your condescending tone today.

Sorry about that, but I really thought your moniker had been hijacked.

You don't know me nor do you have any clue what's going on in my life.

That's true of everyone who comments on these pages, even the ones who describe who they want us to think they are.

I've been careful to conduct myself in a Christ-like manner here.

I'm not sure Christ would approve of anyone posting their opinions about politics.

I'm sure I've failed here and there, but I hope I haven't behaved as you have.

You just did!




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