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January 17, 2011


I got video proof there was a March & a Commemorative Service & Leadership Awards following. It will air on CAPtions January 30th at 5 pm, Wednesday, Feb. 2nd at 7 pm, & later that night at Midnight on Comcast Cable 22.

Ha ha --- no $ on the left --- someone forgetting about Soros? Just needed to read Obama's book to see the handwriting on the wall about the Chicago connections --- deep veins. As for item number 8 ---- National Infrastruc­­ture Bank – Run by engineers, not politician­­s. Maybe a bank run by quartermasters rather than engineers --- QMs usually understand and operate within the whole picture and engineers sometimes can be rather myopic and only see their corner of the world.

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