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    Math Is Hard: John Thune's Plan To Eliminate Deficits In 10 Many, Many Years

    Apparently Sen. John Thune doesn't the law of diminishing returns.

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    Re: Math Is Hard: John Thune's Plan To Eliminate Deficits In 10 Many, Many Years

    I bet his wife balances the family check book.
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    Re: Math Is Hard: John Thune's Plan To Eliminate Deficits In 10 Many, Many Years

    Quote Originally Posted by Chappy View Post
    I bet his wife balances the family check book.
    No kidding, it would take him a hundred years to complete the task.

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    Re: Math Is Hard: John Thune's Plan To Eliminate Deficits In 10 Many, Many Years

    Quote Originally Posted by pbrauer View Post
    No kidding, it would take him a hundred years to complete the task.
    And still be wrong!
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