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Jul 19, 2013


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Phoenix Woman

Strange that Krinkie wants to get back into the politician gig when that didn't work out so well for him last time around. Do his ego-bruises hurt a lot less than before, or does he foresee an end to his career as a high-rolling business-lobby kingpin that makes even the humiliations of political drama seem more attractive?

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