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Date Posted: 05:47:28 12/21/06 Thu
Author: Eppy
Subject: From what I understood, he did more than that...
In reply to: Cricket 's message, "partial" on 11:47:59 12/20/06 Wed

When the games were in great jepordy as a result of the IOC scandel, Mitt was brought in to clean up the mess and make them a success. I have friends who worked at KSL at the time and was told me she heard many times due to him, the IOC said that they would be happy to have the games in SLC anytime, because they were such a success.

Mitt may not be a perfect choice, but I would rather have a good man who understands the gospel and is trying to live it, and most likely on their knees every morning praying for God's help, as the President of the US, than some power hungry moron. I don't know him personally, but I know many that do (my husband included). That alone doesn't mean he will get my vote, but if the choice is between him and Hillary, he most definately has it. I won't vote for some candidate that has no chance of getting in. THe last time I did that, the end result was 8 years of Bill Clinton.

Oh and Cricket...I always enjoy watching Lieberman. I wonder if when he will finally said adios to the Libs and jump ship officially. They certainly have never done him any favors and seem to sell him out plenty!!!!!

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