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    Quote Originally Posted by linda22003 View Post
    I stopped at the first question, "bureaucrat" or "lobbyist". They are not equivalent terms. A bureaucrat is in the government; a lobbyist tries to influence people in the government.
    I don't think most of the terms were equivalent, they were just two "different" words.

    Like I said above, a silly quiz.
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    :mad: 60% dimorat! No context=no credibility.:mad:
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    Quote Originally Posted by CueSi View Post
    80%. . . I wish they gave me a context to use those words, then we'd have something.

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    I got "60% Democrat"

    I see how the "bureaucrat v lobbyist" thing plays, but "unborn v infant" doesn't make sense. Even most anti-abortion absolutists don't refer to the fetus as an "infant" they call it a "baby".
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    Quote Originally Posted by AmPat View Post
    :mad: 60% dimorat! No context=no credibility.:mad:
    You got the same as I did. We're the same in the eyes of ABC. Like twins, we are. Two hairs in the same mole. Two peas in a pod. Pete and Repeat. Josť and Hose B. Thing I and Thing II. Do you love it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Novaheart View Post
    You got the same as I did. We're the same in the eyes of ABC. Like twins, we are. Two hairs in the same mole. Two peas in a pod. Pete and Repeat. Josť and Hose B. Thing I and Thing II. Do you love it?
    Right on! Sends a tingle up and down my leg. OOps! There I go again with the DIMoRAT words.:eek:
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