Founding Fathers Quotes Friday

The Importance of a Moral Society

wake-up-americaJohn Adams in a speech to the military in 1798 warned his fellow countrymen stating, “We have no government armed with power capable of contending with human passions unbridled by morality and religion . . . Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.” John Adams is a signer of the Declaration of Independence, the Bill of Rights and our second President.

Benjamin Rush, Signer of the Declaration of Independence said. “[T]he only foundation for a useful education in a republic is to be an aid in religion. Without this, there can be no virtue, and without virtue, there can be no liberty, and liberty is the object and life of all republican governments.  Without religion, I believe that learning does real mischief to the morals and principles of mankind.”

I have stated on several occasions how much I admire the insight of Benjamin Rush. It is therefore quite a relief to understand his position regarding the usefulness of education is to be aided by religiosity. He, as well as Gouverneur Morris, saw the need for people — in some way to value religion for a republican government. However Dr. Rush believed that without the morals from religion there could not be a virtue, liberty, ethics and he further believed that liberty was the object of life for those in republican governmental forms. Moreover, according to Rush that without morals and principles of humankind things could turn out quite messy.

FFQFGouverneur MorrisPenman and Signer of the Constitution.  “[F]or avoiding the extremes of despotism or anarchy . . . the only ground of hope must be on the morals of the people. I believe that religion is the only solid base of morals and that morals are the only possible support of free governments. [T]herefore education should teach the precepts of religion and the duties of man towards God.”

The Honorable Gouverneur Morris puts out this statement as if he had been just reflecting after a good critical thinking endeavor. Despotism is, of course, a resulting enigma after abuse of power is found out and recognized, as well as the realization that one’s ruler is indeed a tyrant. Other behavioral reactions are found even today when a person finds out that they are living under the rules of tyranny from a dictator; moreover, what I found very enlightening was the notion of people being repressed or oppressed.

4429_strength[2]It is also very interesting to me is Mr. Morris placing such a high value on the morals of the people. He continues by stating that he feels the only solid morals are those which are postulated in religion, as he continues “the only possible support of free governments” are the morality of people. I do agree very much that Morris’ expectation of teaching only the precepts of religion to assist in guidance towards the duties of humankind.

George WashingtonGeneral of the Revolutionary Army, president of the Constitutional
 Convention, First President of the United States of America, Father of our nation,  ” Religion and morality are the essential pillars of civil society.”  Big Ben

Benjamin FranklinSigner of the Declaration of Independence “[O]nly a virtuous people are capable of freedom. As nations become corrupt and vicious, they have more need of masters.”

“Whereas true religion and good morals are the only solid foundations of public liberty and happiness . . . it is hereby earnestly recommended to the several States to take the most effectual measures for the encouragement thereof.” Continental Congress, 1778

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FBI director again defends integrity

FBI director again defends integrity of Clinton email probe

06comeytranscript-master768“You can call us wrong, but don’t call us weasels,” Comey said. “We are not weasels, we are honest people and we did this in that way.” Something must be bothering him about the response he’s received.

“I think questions are fair, I think the criticism is healthy and fair, I think reasonable people can disagree about whether I should have announced it and how I should have done it. What’s not fair is any implication that the Bureau acted in any way other than independently, competently, honestly here. (Yep! I knew it!)

In recent months the FBI has been under fire and accused of giving Clinton special treatment due to her political status. In July after a yearlong investigation, Comey announced Clinton would not be indicted due to prosecutors at DOJ being unlikely to take up the case.

Republicans The House Judicial Committee grilled Comey on the FBI’s year-long investigation into the potential mishandling of classified email, which concluded in July when the FBI recommended against prosecution and the Justice Department closed the case. They demanded to know why multiple key witnesses had been granted some kind of immunity, questioned him on his interpretation of the key felony statute at issue and argued that the outcome revealed a double standard in the treatment of powerful public figures.

Republicans were not assuaged, arguing that Clinton, the Democratic presidential tmpZWr3oc-mdly-photonominee, illegally mishandled classified information. Committee chairman Bob Goodlatte of Virginia contended that Clinton had played “fast and loose with national security” and said it defied logic that she could escape prosecution. Rep. Lamar Smith, of Texas, suggested that the FBI reopen the investigation in light of what he said were “several new developments.”

Rep. John Ratcliffe, R-Texas, insisted that the fix was in from the start, asserting that the decision not to prosecute was made even before Clinton was interviewed in early July — a claim Comey vigorously denied.

GOP panel members repeatedly pressed Comey on his acknowledgment that multiple witnesses had been granted some form of immunity. They also voiced concern with the number of people who had been in the room with Clinton during her July FBI interview.

Comey said agents granted immunity to Cheryl Mills, Clinton’s former chief of staff because they wanted to inspect her laptop as part of the investigation. The immunity deal was limited to information contained on her laptop, Comey said. Another of the witnesses given immunity was Bryan Pagliano, the tech expert who set up Clinton’s email server.

House Republicans had considered a resolution finding Pagliano, who has declined to answer questions from lawmakers, in contempt of Congress but have postponed that for now.

Hillary Rodham ClintonComey said he believed some form of immunity had been given to five witnesses, and that the actions were “fairly typical in a complex white-collar case, especially as you try and work your way up towards your subject.

By far the worst was Cheryl Mills. Here we have the secretary of state’s former chief of staff and lawyer for Mrs. Clinton who had given over her laptop to the FBI but would not give it over to the House Committee for inspection. Moreover, Mills being a lawyer, chief of staff, and owned information pursuant to Clinton’s email server — some classified, some sensitive — but get this one: Cheryl Mills was granted permission by the FBI to attend investigatory questioning of none other than Hillary Rodham Clinton.

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US Erroneously Grants Citizenship To More Than 850 Immigrants

41oabvtxrsl-_ac_us160_I suppose it is me; however, every time I look at the details and actual experiences people go through the more and more I remain unconvinced.

Folks I have a predetermined and qualified posture that not only is our nation in for a huge amount of trouble but I see, hear and learn that what is going on in our nation is but a recourse of what is happening the world over.

Today I wanted to feature short term articles, then add my own commentary and see how you felt.

But not today — maybe a couple of different stories but I need to keep the number of words down on this fun-filled, quality and well-written socialized journalism.

US Erroneously Grants Citizenship To More Than 850 Immigrants

CaponeMore than 850 people were accidentally granted U.S. citizenship despite being from countries with a history of immigration fraud or that raised national security concerns.

All 858 people had been previously ordered removed from the country. The Department of Homeland Security’s Office of Inspector General says bad fingerprint records are to blame. Why then weren’t these individuals held in a different facility?

NPR’s Brian Naylor reports:

“The inspector general’s report says neither the Department of Homeland Security nor the FBI has all the old fingerprint records of people who have been ordered deported … because many of those records are on paper and haven’t yet been digitized.

“At least three [people granted citizenship] were found to have been conducting security-sensitive work at airports or maritime facilities. All three have since had their credentials revoked. Homeland Security says it is investigating the other cases.” And top US officials wonder why “we” the people of this country want to have a say in who comes and who goes?

The report by the DHS Office of Inspector General was released on Sept. 8. The error, it says, was found during an investigation into whether U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services has been using personal information databases effectively for naturalization applications. What these Inspector Generals do not understand is one can share data.

oig-immigrationreport-p1-normalAccording to the report, about 148,000 fingerprint records that have not been digitized belong to people with final deportation orders or who are criminals or fugitives. These fingerprint records have been on the record since 2007. If one person could digitize 1 per day, then double that with 2 people at 750 per day if the DHS could spare 24 people it surely would not take long to have all 148,000 digitized.

However, we do have a HUGE concern in a different matter here: Q: Who do you know that has used her own private electronic devices in service for the government?

The report also describes information-sharing problems between the Department of Homeland Security and the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

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ANY ONE OTHER THAN HILLARY CLINTON

ANY ONE OTHER THAN HILLARY CLINTON

I realize and want to share with you quite openly that, I have reserved judgment pertaining to who will get my vote for the Presidential Office.

51WfUaTwi0L__SX341_BO1,204,203,200_I think it is very safe to say that “Whoever’s Cabinet” and/or administration will be left up to the President’s choice and we do not have much say in that with the exception of this basis probability. If in the event we have someone like Hillary Rodham Clinton win, then all of us are going to have to deal with her selection of US Attorney General, all the way through Homeland Security, and of course the Department of Agriculture, changing the names of places we hold dear with the Interior Department and the cost of a near death person for wanting to be the “First” female voted in as POTUS as well as all of the other monikers’ resulting from winning an election.

Yes indeed, I challenge any one or everyone to read the first three pages of this very unique and well-written citizen journalism and please read and internalize what may happen.
Trying to make this entire notion to be just, I invite everyone to read three pages of good journalism about the opposition mainly, Donald Trump.

Admittedly in the beginning of his campaign run for the office, I simply asked our staff not to include any writing about Mr. Trump whatsoever. I explained the rationale behind my request: I felt that with 12 to 16 candidates in the mix and with our mainstream media choosing which ones to go after which appeared to me to be Trump v. Everyone else during his debate.

Again what makes this entire situation stink like a cesspool was here was some very 1500px-DesertStormMap_v2_svgordinary mainstream media people who were launching attacks against various candidates (like how a person ate pizza, how a University was going to court, who and/or which candidate had been caught stealing from campaign funds, etc.) As for me all of this was going on during the famed Benghazi, hearings and further unveiling of 30,000, or 100,000 emails with the FBI investigating but without prosecutorial intentions.

Now I have decided — or maybe just am ready to sound off as to which candidate I would like to see win the election. First I do not want to see any person in an office who has been incumbent for over 30 years. Find any one working for a newly established “Establishment” and I show you an ethics charge or moral rottenness to their bones.

Furthermore, why would any one vote for someone who has been in the “Establishment” for so long, yet, we still have a filthy voting apparatus, that is on the heels of a corrupt and defunct immigration policy, we seem to be losing coalition partners aka allies, and tell me who and from what country any person has come to assist us? Em – huh?

So I put my energies and brains behind Donald Trump! Look at the guy’s track record! Listen, one does not build casinos, high flying establishments, hotels and HOTELS, golf courses, etc., etc. Here’s another way of looking at it: How well did the Ocean’s 11, Ocean’s 12, and Ocean’s 13 do? (About half-a-$billion) Those were just a microcosm of the industry as a whole. Sure the Chinese love to gamble as do the Japanese, Iraqi’s, Russians, Jews, and choose which color of the rainbow you’d like because in gambling it’s GREEN.

However I will admit that getting all of that steel, concrete, landscaping, beds, basins, and shows takes a lot of know how. So let us be those people who have been to the Taj’ or Trump Towers and not say, he has no experience.

ea6f7d98-2c33-4fdf-8095-2cdb4967f741And lastly just a simply urging will do — Hillary Rodham Clinton went from being “in the clan” basically a dinner guest as First Lady for eight years then graduated to an inherited senate seat for six years, then in perhaps the most idiotic move ever, was making USA foreign policy decisions compliments of Barack Hussein Obama. Clinton and her “the law is so beneath me” attitude will be asking for ice in her water way, way down in hell. NEVER HILLARY!

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“Participation Awards” now seem acceptable for Charleston and Tulsa OK

“Participation Awards” now seem acceptable for Charleston and Tulsa OK
american eagle with flagI am sure that I have written a post or two about what are referred to as “Participation Awards.” In perhaps the most famous of these televised commercials happens to be the one where it is shortly after the big game, the Championship game between two teams, one of which this father’s son played for and in no doubt the winners of the Championship game.

As most of us has seen the new television commercial where a man and his son are loading up into the SUV after an awards ceremony at a football local championship? Cutting to the quick the father looks at his son’s new trophy and although his team won the title the trophy elects to say “Participant.” The father elects to rip off the plate of the trophy and with his heavy marking device writes the word CHAMPIONS, then gives the trophy back to his son who in turn is very thankful.

This televised spot is a real uplifting shot at political correctness, whereby because of an assumption of equality or actually having been a part of the winning team every one of the players is to receive the same award.

Other than driving the sword deeply into the notion of American exceptionalism, we believe that a regular participant’s award hurts the acknowledgement of being the Champion.

Now, applying this same logic to the rioting and protesting that is going on in Charleston NC and Tulsa OK we would want and/or expect these individuals to know what they are protesting about.

For the first part, I worry that the people who are protesting DO NOT know what they’re protesting about. I have seen folks carrying signs stating, “We Are Equal!” is there something that I am missing here? Other folks protesting are carrying signs that proclaim “Better Wages” for immigrant workers. The thing that troubles me is that I am not sure if these people know for what or why they are protesting AND in any country, and that is scary.

Please don’t get me wrong here. I believe that there are a time and a place for protestingeagle1 just as the Founding Fathers placed into the First Amendment to the US Constitution. However, what is not stated well in the 1st Amendment is the notion that one needs a petition and certified document to protest at what intersection, say at Park Avenue, Fifth Avenue, and Broadway. Moreover, please know what it is that you are protesting for or against — like pretend Jesse Watters is going to come up to you and say, “Why are you protesting?”

I could not be certain how many of you know how many police officers lost their jobs in New Orleans LA after Hurricane Katrina left what to some seemed like the rooting grounds. Because of the misfortune of other people or an area, please do not use that as an excuse to go rioting for things that you want and do not have.

Today whilst preparing for my book, watching a little news during the breakfast hour, I happen to notice 3 to 8 white people around the early morning hours looking to kick in a merchant’s electronics store. I was ready to call the Charleston Police department and the FBI for assistance locating any one of those 3 to 8 individuals who I must say were looking to gain anything at the misfortune of another. Unacceptable period.

These incidents do not have anything in common with “Black Lives Matter” either. If one were to stop being unintellectually angry because someone you didn’t know got shot — it is incumbent upon you to gather as much factual information as well as evidence before you open your mouths.

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ISIS may have attacked a US base in Iraq with chemical agent

ISIS may have attacked a US base in Iraq with chemical agent

breaking newsThis evening we are in the process or bringing breaking news. Therefore, be assured that we are being as careful as possible and checking our sources in a timely fashion.

The U.S. military says a rocket that landed within several hundred yards of U.S. troops at a base in northern Iraq may have contained a mustard agent. The US base outside Qayyarah, 25 miles south of Mosul, came under rocket fire, and traces of a “mustard agent” were believed to be present, the official said.

No one was hurt in the attack on Qayara West air base, according to a U.S. military official who discussed details on condition that he not be identified. Several hundred U.S. troops are on the base.

A Pentagon official told reporters that a “tar-like black oily substance” was found on one of the shells that landed within the base, only hundreds of yards from U.S. forces. An initial test for the agent was positive, but “could be false,” the official said. The second test was negative, possibly because the shell had been exposed to the elements. 694940094001_5135846046001_isis-suspected-of-chemical-weapons-attack-against-us-tr-1

The official said the base is attacked “fairly often” with conventional weapons, but Tuesday’s assault is believed to be the first chemical attack on U.S. forces in Iraq since they returned to the country in 2014. Nearly 5,000 U.S. troops are currently on the ground in Iraq and “hundreds” of those forces are located at the base, the official said.

The official says the attack Tuesday was militarily insignificant. He says a small group of U.S. soldiers who inspected remnants of the rocket found a black, oily substance on a fragment of metal. An initial test of the substance showed it contained residue of mustard agent, but a second test was negative.

The fragment has been sent to a laboratory for further testing. Mosul is the last major Iraqi city controlled by ISIS, which overran much of the country three years ago. We are anxious to hear from the president; remember, it was he who did not hold to his line in the sand.

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Bush 41 says he will vote for Clinton

Bush 41 says he will vote for Clinton

Former President George H.W. Bush said Monday that he will vote for Hillary Clinton in November, according to sources close to the 41st President — an extraordinary rebuke of his own party’s nominee.

george-hw-bush-fileHere is my mood for today’s posting. A smashing middle of the head — a headache. A bit on the critical on other journalist’s words and just a smidgen of thoroughness.

For example, given the context of this entire article, most people would take what is alleged here as a grain of salt. I was not in attendance but do we even know what President Bush 41′ was answering too? Furthermore, is anyone offended of the “extraordinary rebuke” of his own party’s nominee? No, I didn’t think so.

The sources said this was not the first time Bush had disclosed his intention to vote for Clinton. Funny as to how the sources (unnamed, of course!) say he’s been backing Clinton for a long period of time.

The comments came during a receiving line for board members of the bipartisan Points of Light Foundation when Bush was speaking to Kathleen Hartington Kennedy Townsend, Robert F. Kennedy’s daughter and the former Maryland lieutenant governor. There were roughly 40 people in the room, and it’s not clear how many people heard him, though multiple sources did. (Right!)

The Republican former president’s embrace of the Democratic nominee represents a dramatic new chapter in the complicated three-decade-old relationship between the two most prominent families in American politics.

It’s a stunning political move — one that comes just 49 days from the election, and less than a week before Clinton and Donald Trump square off in their first debate.

This has now become a political pleasure article; you know, those one’s I detest and abhor vehemently.

Trump’s campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway, told CNN’s Erin Burnett Tuesday that she respects “the 92-year-old former president very much and his decision.” (Fodder for the article.)

“It is ironic that he would vote for the wife of the man who knocked him out of the race,” she added on “Erin Burnett OutFront.” “But look, this was a bruising primary … so I know there are a lot of hurt feelings there.” (Fodder)

News of his support for Clinton came first on Facebook, when Kennedy Townsend posted a photo of herself with George H.W. Bush, along with the caption: “The President told me he’s voting for Hillary!!” (Now does anyone expect a 92-year old real gentleman to scoff at the audacity of a Kennedy posting a celeb selfie?)

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The U.S. government has granted citizenship to at least 858 immigrants

The U.S. government has mistakenly granted citizenship to at least 858 immigrants 

immigrationcitizenshipmistakes-1ddb1The U.S. government has mistakenly granted citizenship to at least 858 immigrants from countries of concern to national security or with high rates of immigration fraud who had pending deportation orders, according to an internal Homeland Security audit released Monday.

The Homeland Security Department’s inspector general found that the immigrants used different names or birthdates to apply for citizenship with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services and such discrepancies weren’t caught because their fingerprints were missing from government databases.

DHS said in an emailed statement that an initial review of these cases suggest that some of the individuals may have ultimately qualified for citizenship and that the lack of digital fingerprint records does not necessarily mean they committed fraud.

The report does not identify any of the immigrants by name, but Inspector General John Roth’s auditors said they were all from “special-interest countries” — those that present a national security concern for the United States — or neighboring countries with high rates of immigration fraud. The report did not identify those countries.

I would like to have my rant! Forget about passing the blame around — those are the scandals we’ve tolerated in the past. This is a well-written article; however, knowing that the president of the US wants as many people as possible to come and enjoy life in the USA it is useless to even begin the blame game. Albeit USCIS, DHS, or any Inspector General stating that these people and potentially more are not in the NCIS computer database is negligent, egregious and shows wasteful spending.

DHS said the findings reflect what has long been a problem for immigration officials — old paper-based records containing fingerprint information that can’t be searched electronically. DHS says immigration officials are in the process of uploading these files and that officials will review “every file” identified as a case of possible fraud.

Roth’s report said fingerprints are missing from federal databases for as many as 315,000 immigrants with final deportation orders or who are fugitive criminals. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has not reviewed about 148,000 of those immigrants’ files to add fingerprints to the digital record.

The gap was created because older, paper records were never added to fingerprint databases created by both the now-defunct Immigration and Naturalization Service and the FBI in the 1990s. ICE, the DHS agency responsible for finding and deporting immigrants living in the country illegally, didn’t consistently add digital fingerprint records of immigrants whom agents encountered until 2010.

The government has known about the information gap and its impact on naturalization decisions since at least 2008 when a Customs and Border Protection official identified 206 immigrants who used a different name or other biographical information to gain citizenship or other immigration benefits, though few cases have been investigated.

Roth’s report said federal prosecutors have accepted two criminal cases that led to the immigrants being stripped of their citizenship. But prosecutors declined another 26 cases. ICE is investigating 32 other cases after closing 90 investigations.  Uncle Sam

ICE officials told auditors that the agency hadn’t pursued many of these cases in the past because federal prosecutors “generally did not accept immigration benefits fraud cases.” ICE said the Justice Department has now agreed to focus on cases involving people who have acquired security clearances, jobs of public trust or other security credentials.

At least three of the immigrants-turned-citizens were able to acquire aviation or transportation worker credentials, granting them access to secure areas in airports or maritime facilities and vessels. Their credentials were revoked after they were identified as having been granted citizenship improperly, Roth said in his report.

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No Way Mr. President Obama

No Way Mr. President Obama

Today I was reading my Twitter column with just only one puke result happening. I was some blurb about how Barack Hussein Obama wrote in his name on the new ballots to be used this November.

41oabvtxrsl-_ac_us160_I can’t and will not talk for you folks but a best-selling book titled, Fool Me Twice! Simply did not work for me, I was so far out of sorts with myself and especially my country that I just waited for the mid-term election to come around so this heathen could be put out like rubbish.

But no, no , no! Call it whatever version you want or like, personally I felt that what had been done to the voting registry may have had something to do with it. Far too many people talking about what they witnessed in their own precincts, throw in the New Black Panthers Party and I pretty much figured we wouldn’t get rid of the imitator to easily.

So I’ve got a question for my own self here, ready to help? Great! People in this nation talk about freedom of speech, however whenever one chooses to exercise a right as humbled with good intent certainly not to hurt anyone, well we are taking a risk. Here is my question: Where are my civil rights when it comes to opening the door for 150,000 or more Syrians? Does the average citizen get the opportunity to say, “Hey bad idea, this time, fella’s.”

Lest I remind you that we have already a quantum score of Somali’s, Pakistani’s, Iraqi’s, and what about all of the West African refugees that are coming? Now then let’s just add that to 12 million illegal aliens from Mexico and a few hundred thousand from Central America? Where do my civil rights as an average American come in?

Here’s a suggestion for you fatheads in America’s national capital. A lot of people are suggesting plots of land say near where Nevada, Colorado, Arizona, and Utah come together?

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There is no recourse in America anymore

There is no recourse in America anymore

congressC’mon gang! Let’s do a brief overview of exactly what is happening in our country. Ready then: We have an entire House filled with lesser than honorable members. We have a Senate chamber whereby the individual senator and all available staff would rather please ($$) their political parties than to do as they are asked by you and me. There is so much dishonesty between these people and who they deal with who is telling the precise truth?

However, our nation suffers daily because of the lack of integrity performed by our own president. Now just slow down for a minute and think this through. (Any and all feedback is welcomed!) In the last eight or so years we have been party to Fast & Furious, came under a vicious attack in Benghazi, Libya, hey btw, what’s up with Bergdahl? He certainly fits the bill as a traitor that Snowden ever will. Personally, we have a government that is too generous, abhorrent in matters of Nat’l Security, and please forgive me, someone needs to write a few laws about termination clauses for government workers.

surely-not-me-images - Copy - CopyTo this day I am speaking of Hillary Rodham Clinton, Lois Lerner of the IRS, I furthermore ask, where is the  accountability or action on behave of those who sent hundreds of thousands of security emails from a personal account with a server where? The kitchen, bedroom, bathroom, or basement? Couple that with the fact that over 20,000 missiles are missing from ports around Benghazi, Libya that still has not been found.

In short, we’ve got an arrogant madman that is doing everything he can to make America part of the Third world and not limited to mustering up his own laws whilst breaking his fair share in the interim.

In America, these days although this does not happen a remotely regular basis but is does happen where police may kill a black man. Realistically, has anyone looked at Chicago’s statistics lately? I am not going to sit here and write that this matter is okay, because it is not. But it happens.holder-in-contempt

Hell sit down or kneel down during the nation’s anthem, however, it would be nice to have something in the form of policy matters or a way that people can stop making mistakes. There is no recourse in America anymore. I believe that this situation is a top – down matter where the President is playing golf instead of doing what he is paid to do.

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