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Old 09-22-2012, 07:00 AM
BrightSky9 BrightSky9 is offline
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Unhappy quotations out of context

This time it's Obama on Lincoln. If you get that puzzle, search the web for the context. Bad enough to find this stuff in the news: one politician taking another politician's words out of context, till the quotation speaks backwards, so to speak, from its original meaning. And repeating it near-endlessly. I don't care which end of the political spectrum it comes from: I don't like it. D*mn crummy to find it now in the cryptograms.
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